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In US it would be Magna o Huffy, a 20 years old department store bike made in Taiwan with no value today. For sure it's not a real brand bike. Indestructible but butt ugly.
I have bought 6 bikes in the last 5 years. 5 of those bikes have been Trek bikes. Not because I love the brand, but because the bike shop that I bought the bikes from tries really hard to make my wife happy. Our LBS tries really hard to keep her on the road, and that is not an easy thing. she's 5'2" with a long torso and short legs. Not exactly the easiest ...
Looking around their site, the Madone 2.1 seems to have similar components, yet is only $1,319.99 compared to the Lexa which is $1,649.99. Looking over the specs, I can't see why there is such a discrepancy in the price. The Domane 2.3 is also quite similar and has the IsoSpeed decoupler on the frame and appears to hace rack mounts based on the picture. ...
Assuming no decals or identifying markings, call Cinelli with the serial number which will be stamped into the bottom bracket shell. Otherwise, with no pics and no description, telepathy is the next best option. I don't posses that skill.
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