Italians are very passionate about cycling, and just as much about cyclocross, so it’s encouraging to see specific frames being made by up and coming builders. Zino Frames is the workshop of a young craftsman from Turin who is prolifically putting frames under local riders.
The 10cento Bike Club is a friendly group of riders who have been putting Zino Frames through their paces, both on the cyclocross track and urban criterium races like the Red Hook Milan event. By the looks of things, they’re enthusiastic about the performance of the club frames.
The frames are built from fillet brazed Zona tubes and a Columbus Tusk fork to match. It’s moved by SRAM’s Force groupset, rolling on a pair of Fulcrum Racing 7 CX wheels. In keeping with the Italian tradition, the rider sits atop a Selle San Marco Aspide saddle, piloting a Cinelli cockpit.
Fatto in Italia, indeed. Special thanks to Paolo Ciaberta for the superb photography.