Motobecane Gran Premio PRO road bike launched

Spec includes Shimano Ultegra 8000, Ritchey WCS fork and wheels

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Motobecane Gran Premio PRO

Motobecane’s Gran Premio PRO features a smooth riding Reynolds 853 frame.

Motobecane has rolled out the new Gran Premio PRO road bike. Built around a lightweight Reynolds 853 steel frame, this 16.9-pound race-ready machine comes spec’d with a complete Ritchey WCS kit including wheels and carbon fork. Drivetrain is 2018 Shimano Ultegra 8000, with propulsion provided by FSA SLK carbon cranks. Color choices are blue or black.

Normal list price for this Motobecane bike would be in the $4500 range, but for a limited time it’s being offered for $1995. Here’s a look at the full spec and geometry for this great looking Pro Level build at a price we honestly thought was a typo — but it’s not.

Motobecane Gran Premio PRO

Motobecane Gran Premio PRO

To learn more head to www.bikesdirect.com.

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  • Frank says:

    This is odd, I just got this review in my email today, yet this review states that the Motobecane Gran Premio Pro uses Reynolds 853 as shown by the specs from Moto, however on Bikes Direct site it shows it as being Reynolds 725, as well as 725 fork and not carbon, not to mention other changes, but the price is about $500 less for the new Moto on Bikes Direct. Just go to Bikes Direct and read the specs.

  • VeloTime says:

    Why no stack & reach geometry numbers? You should include full geometry on all your bikes, including stack, reach, and front-center.
    There’s nothing wrong with the FSA crankset, but I would prefer the full Shimano groupset including the Ultegra crankset. It seems sill that the FSA was swapped in.
    Also I would prefer a less-sloping top-tube.
    The claimed weight of 16.9-pounds seems overly optimistic.

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