Tommaso has been producing high-quality bikes for almost 3 decades now and Tommaso Imola is one of the best that it has to offer. It is an entry level bike which has been designed for anyone and everyone. If you are somebody looking for an alternative and affordable commuter, somebody who wants to get started with biking or a honed rider who is looking for a high-performance bike within a small budget, this bicycle has something to offer to everybody. Equipped with a 6061 aluminium frame, the bike is strong but light and extremely easy to handle. Tommaso uses compact geometry along with detailed tubing lengths which ensures the riders get the best out of the bike. It also places the rider in the ideal position for a comfortable ride and easy handling of the bike. Tommaso provides life-time frame warranty and when you are buying this bike, it comes with the promise of durability. You are getting all of this at a staggeringly low price and this is the best thing about this bike.
The bike is equipped with Tommaso 6061 Aluminium Frameset with Tommaso SST Steel Fork with Aluminium Steerer Tube; 1-1/8 inches Threadless Integrated Headset; SunRace R-80 Shifters with Shimano FD-2303 (3 speed) Front Derailleur and Shimano RD-2303 (8 speed) Rear Derailleur; Sunrace 12-25t -8spd Cassette; Tommaso Triple 30x42x52t Crankset; KMC-Z72 Chain; SunRace R-80 Brake Levers with Tektro R-312 Caliper Brakes; Weinmann XR18 Wheelset; Kenda K152 700×25 Tires; Tommaso Ultralight Sports Series Handlebar with Tommaso White Performance Road Tape; Tommaso Ultralight Sports Series Aluminium Stem; Tommaso Sports Road Saddle and Tommaso Ultralight Sports Series Seatpost.
Tommaso Imola Road bike has a stylish and sporty look. The bike is appropriate for entry level bikers as well as for the honed pros. The ride quality offered is extremely smooth and this bike can also be used as a commuter. The bike comes with a 6061 aluminium frameset which makes the bike light and easy to handle. The Shimano front and rear derailleurs do their job fairly well. The bike has a wide gear range to handle different types of terrains.
The bike does not ship with pedals and you will have to arrange them on your own. Although assembling the bike is not going to pose a problem if you have done something like this before, it does not come with any printed instructions. If you are a newbie, then it is best to take it to your local bike shop. You might also want to tune the derailleurs and the brakes. The tires of this bike are a bit on the thinner side and you might have to get them replaced if you intend to take it off-road quite often.
Overall, looking at the price of the bike and the range of features available, the bike is quite a deal and it is definitely worth a try.