IUTER x Cinelli: “cc/ci”

circolo ciclistico/cinelli iuter

IUTER x Cinelli: “cc/ci” circolo ciclistico/cinelli iuter

IUTER and Cinelli cycling tradition: with the arrival of a special limited-edition Gravel bike and the launch of an inclusive underground cycling club, the collaboration between these two Milanese brands moves to the next level.

As part of the SS22 collection “More than yesterday, less than tomorrow”, IUTER presents a special collaboration with Cinelli, the symbolic Italian cycling brand that took cycling in a new direction with Antonio Colombo, and introduced it to the world of art. Rampichino, Laser and Bootleg are just some of the iconic frames that are as well-known as those by Keith Haring, Futura or Barry McGee, artists who helped to make the story of Cinelli and its bikes one of a kind.

Lookbook by Teo Poggi, Milan 2022.


IUTER T-Shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, gilets and a technical anorak are updated with iconic graphics depicting Cinelli history: illustrations by artist Alessandro Pessoli,founder Cino Cinell’s first ever emblem, and victories at the Seoul 1988 Olympic Games.


The IUTER and Cinelli collab goes beyond the production of clothes to take concrete form in the founding of an independent cycling team: the cc/ci – cycling club/Cinelli IUTER – which debuted on Sunday April 10 at Milan’s Parco delle Cave with the “Maledetta Primavera” underground gravel competition organized by the GGGG Bici collective with support from the two brands and over 50 participants.


“Maledetta Primavera” race. Photography by Luca Panegatti.


The cc/ci athletes will spend the ’22 season pedaling on the limited-edition IUTER x Cinelli “cc/ci” King Zydeco, the high-end carbon gravel racing bike kitted out by Cinelli’s Italian partners: a top of the range Campagnolo Ekar gravel frame, the world's lightest gravel groupset; new Fulcrum Rapid Red carbon wheels with custom graphics; CinturatoTM Pirelli GRAVEL H tires and an SSM Shortfit saddle.



The IUTER x Cinelli collaboration wouldn’t be complete without a racewear kit for the cycling club (unisex jersey,bib, shorts, vest, gloves, and socks) produced by technical sponsor Northwave, not to mention the must-have Cinelli cycle cap.