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Size guide
Calculate your size

Size guide


Calculate your size



Please check height and crotch fields, only numeric values are valid
Your measurement. Your measurements fall within both sizes indicated.
We recommend that you contact a retailer for further advice.

The association between anthropometric measurements (rider height/horse height) and frame size is a statistical average based on the over 17,000 tests carried out and present in the idmatch database considering the correlation between frame size - stem length. All this - given that each Cipollini® frame has a specific geometry aimed at the different use of the specific type of cyclist - has the sole purpose of providing an initial indication of the correct size to choose for the specific model. In order to fully enjoy the experience with a Cipollini® frame, we advise you to choose an "idmatch dealer" or a professional biomechanic for the correct positioning on the bike.

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How to measure height

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Stand upright Stand barefoot against a wall with your heels, buttocks, shoulders and head touching the wall. Straighten your chin and look straight ahead. Ask a person to place a book on your head, pushing it parallel until it touches the wall so that it creates a right angle with the wall. At this point the person helping you will draw a line with a pencil at the level that reaches the book on the wall. Measure the distance from the floor to the line: the number obtained corresponds to your height.

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How to measure crotch

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For the measurement you need to be barefoot and wear cycling shorts. Stand up straight against a wall and having someone help you, place a metric spirit level (bubble) between your thighs, at crotch height. Measure the distance from the outer edge of the spirit level to the ground. This measurement corresponds to your horse

Technical features

  • maximum tyre width
    45 mm (Larghezza misurata)
  • central movement
    PRESSFIT 41 X 86,5 mm
  • fork weight
    510 g
  • chassis weight
    930 g
  • seat post
    OFFSET 10 mm 110 g
  • headset
    CONICAL 1.1/2” 1.1/2”
  • break system
    DISC BRAKE(FLAT MOUNT, THRU AXLE 12 X 142 mm - 12 X 100 mm)
  • fork
    MCipollini Ago
  • seatpost
    MCipollini Ago
  • chassis
    MCipollini Ago
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Discover every detail of AGO

AGO brings together all the MCipollini research to embrace a carbon gravel bike ready to enhance your passion.

AGO also stands apart for its authentic monocoque frame conceived by TCM technology, which envisages the perfect connection of the triangle on the bottom bracket. But its geometries go well beyond just this:
  • The 700c covers on the frame and fork with actual width up to 45 mm, including the dowel.
  • The sections between the seat post and the bottom bracket ensure that deformations are counteracted during pedalling, while also improving balance and stability on downhill and uneven sections.
  • Seat post positioned 5 mm further forward: a design solution that allows for wide passage of the tyres without lengthening the height of the rear triangle excessively.
  • The 427 mm triangle and frame sections allow you to travel long distances in comfort without losing responsiveness.
It is also possible to complete the setup of the AGO bike with the mudguards (e.g. Alumee 791) and the pannier rack (e.g. Tubus Tara Lowrider and Grand Tour) thanks to the specific optional MCipollini kit.
To find out all about the use and maintenance of your MCipollini AGO please refer to the manual available here. Download
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If you need replacement parts for your AGO with DISC BRAKE system see the full catalogue here. Download