Led by their determined Aussie leader, the BMC Racing Team rode the French mountains and plains of the 2011 Tour with a commanding efficacy and a hardened resolve to deliver him to the top slot on the podium. And on their backs every step of the way? The Hincapie Gran Premio Jersey. Differing only in graphic, the Gran Premio utilizes the exact same dimpled, drag-reducing TourTek fabric, Accelerator stretch mesh panels in the sides and back, and the same slimming aerodynamic fit as the instantly recognizable team-issue kit. From the back to the front of the peloton, three generous rear pockets provide ample room to stash jackets, water bottles, ice packs, or anything else you may need on your grueling whirlwind trip across France.
Does anybody have a full view picture of this bike in blue. The web site only has a full view in orange. Also anybody out there have a ride review that they would like to give.
Mike if you are out there can you tell me if you are going to offer this as frame only. :cool:Read More »
I have a rode bike and love it but, I‘m no expert on road bikes. I’ve been looking into the new Motobecane Gran Premio. I love the frame as it has an old world charm to it. In comparing the geometry numbers to my current ride, it looks like the Premio is a bit taller yet more compact in the wheelbas ... Read More »
Who I am: 52 year old, 148 lbs, 5' 10.5 " - B rider at 18mph average in hilly New England area. I'll cruise at 22 to 25 mph on the flat. I ride 50 to 75 mile in one session. My riding bodies tell me I have a gift for climbing. I am not a power house or a sprinter. i am a rhythm rider and climber. I ... Read More »