Fondriest TF1 Road Bike

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

The TF1 frame is completely designed and manufactured in Italy. With a clean and linear design including all the features of a frame which is unique in its build concept and which exploits to the highest degree the technique of “isostatic compaction” of the fibres. The frame being perfect in its design, the TF1 excels both for those who are competitive racers and for those who love cycling very frequently; it performs to the highest levels in race conditions and also in non-competitive courses.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Thomas Simitzes

Date Reviewed: May 24, 2012

Strengths:    responsive, comfortable ride, fast accerating, stiff but compliment, and lively.

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
The best bike I have ever ridden. A true luxerious race machiene

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decisions, decisions.... Fondriest TF1

Have a chance at a frame I've always wanted, a Fondriest TF1 carbon. The only problem is, it's a 2003 (8 years old now) and I can't get a first hand look at it. It supposed to be in great condition, with a few minor blems here and there. I'm getting back into riding after a bit of a layoff, 195 l ... Read More »

Anyone have or ride the (new) Fondriest TF1?

Long story short, my original model version Fondriest TF1 is destroyed. I really liked it and am seriously thinking of just getting another one. They are still built in Italy, but the design is different now... [url][/url] ...anyone own ... Read More »

Fondriest TF1 destroyed...what next? Parlee?

Long story short, parking garage height warning bar took out my beloved circa 2004-ish Fondriest TF1. Okay, it wasn't the newest bike, but it was made in Italy by the original incarnation of Fondriest using their Formula1 methods and sure was pretty. Plus, it was paid for! Ughh. I'm researching havi ... Read More »

Fondriest TF1 Duo?

Hi Currently looking at a couple of these, but hard to find much historical data. So ... opinions, ride comparisons, not to mention history etc? The two bikes are quite different, one (supposedly from early 2006) has straight carbon tubes, the other (later I guess) has a shaped and much thicke ... Read More »

Fondriest Top Carbon TF1

I was perusing the Fondriest website and it looks like they have updated it with '07 frames. They only have 5 road frames, 3 of which are carbon. They still have the Top Carbon which IMHO is at least as good if not better than Looks, Times, Colnagos and Parlees. As far as I know, Fondriests is no ... Read More »

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