Nothing speaks to the rich tradition of cycling like the cycling cap. However, as we're sure that you've noticed, most caps' design don't speak with any authenticity to their heritage. That is until now. The Babici Corsa Cap marries the past with the present by blending traditional aesthetics with a modern construction.Babici approached the Corsa Cap with one goal in mind -- to make the most well constructed cycling cap on the market. Starting with the shape, the Corsa is more reminiscent of 1912 than 2012. Through multiple panels, the cap is made to stand as a centerpiece, not a cotton bandanna with a brim. Continuing the charming aesthetic, Babici embroidered the logos throughout the cap. However, while retaining a minimally branded presence, the Corsa Cap has learned to say more with less.To bring the Corsa Cap into the modern age, Babici reinforced the construction with an internal line stitching.The Babici Corsa Cap is available in One Size and in the color Black.
Just purchased a set of Veloflex Corsa 25's to put on my new 25mm wide carbon clinchers. I was reading the box and it states "do not use on carbon fiber rims". WTF, why would you not be able to use these on carbon fiber rims? :mad2:Read More »
I developed a leak at the valve stem on a Vittoria Corsa that I've ridden twice. It would fill up but if I wiggled the stem it would leak. It's got a healthy dose of Stans in it too...
Anyway, I decided it was too nice a tire to just toss so I figured I'd try to fix it. I peeled the tape, cut th ... Read More »
I was perusing a few bicycle websites the other day when I came across these two road bikes. Other than disc brakes being featured on the Tricross Elite, I think that the Corsa 1.0 is a much better value, considering cost.
What do you think?
[I][B]GT Corsa 1.0 - $110 ... Read More »