The Marinoni Primo is pretty much the Piuma’s little brother and becomes the entry level model in our road racing bicycles collection. The frame is built with Life (front triangle) and Zona (chainstays and seatstays) tubing from italian manufacturer Columbus to offer the best weight/price ratio possible. To maintain the price as low as possible, the Primo will be exclusively offered as plain white or plain black paint design.
They me first start off by saying this is my first post on here so take it easy on me. There's a pretty good possibility there's already been a post about this topic but I couldn't find it when I tried to search.
I am looking to buy a full carbon bike for around $1,000. There are some on craigsli ... Read More »
Amazing how haters can do a 180º turn and turn into gushy lovers of something as virtuous as the Volt.
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I don't have numbers, just intuition - but I predict Volt sales in March are going to be their best month to date, and GM will be forced to restart ... Read More »
Can anyone give me more information or an opinion on the following bike
Sette Primo 1.0 Carbon Road bike
I am looking to buy a road bike after two years being away from the sport and cant find many reviews of the bike online.Read More »
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