Javelin Brunello Road Bike

Brunello

Javelin custom Scandium butted aluminum front triangle with carbon seatstays and chainstays to smooth the ride. Includes FSA integrated headset in a 11/8" Hammerhead headtube on a 350 gram carbon fork. Built with Javelin's SwamiSM geometry.

User Reviews (2)

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JustMeInIndy   Road Racer [Feb 08, 2011]
Strength:

Light weight, great price used, not as well known (so it is not going to be like everyone else's bike. I like that. It is a fast sprinting bike as well.

Weakness:

Not as light as the new carbon stuff that is out. Of course I can lose a few pounds to make up for it ;-)

It is a superb ride. Longer than my Italian Casati steed. I had to change stems lengths to compensate for the difference. The scandium frame and carbon rear stays mix dampens the road vibration. Overall seems to be a very fast bike and I was able to drop a few pounds from that of my Casati. I was impressed that the model has been ridden to a U23 National Championship in 2005 by TIAA CREF's Ian McGregor.

Similar Products Used: 1994 SLX Casati with handbuild wheels, carbon fork, carbon seatpost weighing in at 19 lbs
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Ari   Recreational Rider [Jan 04, 2007]
Strength:

Nice handling, comfortable. responsive.

Weakness:

Most people do not know Javelin yet, even though TIAA-CREF and Ford/Basis ride this make and model.

Simply one nice riding and resposive bike, the scandium and carbon feels nice.

Similar Products Used: Cannondale caad3, caad5, caad7, giant tcr composite, Litespeed alum/carbon. Look.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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