Boyong’s Cinelli Parallax!

Let’s get to know Boyong’s Parallax!

Frame: Cinelli Parallax
Fork: Cinelli Parallax
Headset: Columbus

Handlebar: FSA Energy Compact
Grips: ITM
Stem: Thomson X2
Saddle: San Marco Zoncolan
Seat Post: Thomson Elite
Seat Clamp: Cinelli

Cranks: SRAM Omnium
Chainring: Sugino Zen
Chain: Izumi
Pedals: Shimano M520

Rims: H Plus Son Archetype
Hubs: Novatec
Spokes: Bladed
Tires: Panaracer Ribmo

This is actually Leonard Jeffrey‘s 5th Bike. And I’m pretty sure he will never take this down ever. Boyong never really planned on having a Cinelli, but when a PNKMSY friend took one, his appreciation for this type of frames started fluorishing. And when the owner decided to let go of the bike, he immediately took it. This setup is a stunning beast, and you all know the crew and their rides. This has survived PNKMSY rides, and still continues to run down abusive weekend rides while maintaining its cleanliness and beauty! Kudos to boyong for treating this frame as if it’s steel, and a bigger kudos for keeping it slick af!


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Words and Photos by AJ Baptisma
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