Tommaso Monza Road Bike 

July 16, 2014 0

Tommaso Monza Road Bike 

The new Tommaso Monza comes with a revamped look and refreshed energy. The bike has come a long way from its earlier version. This one comes with a Tommaso 6061 SLA aluminium compact road frame which makes it light, strong and agile. The upgraded Tommaso HCT carbon fibre fork does a terrific job in absorbing the hits and bumps off the road and provides a smoother and more enjoyable ride experience. The bike uses compact geometry that results in superior comfort for its riders. Shimano Tiagra shifters of this bike ensure smooth and efficient shifting and Tektro R312 series brakes provide shear braking power with stability and control. It can be used for racing, riding or just for crusing along the city or town streets. The bike has slick and stylish look and it is quite a treat for your eyes. It offers to you a complete package of performance, speed, style and endurance within an affordable budget.


Specifications
The bike comes with Tommaso 6061 SLA Aluminium Road Frame featuring compact geometry; Tommaso HCT Carbon Fibre Fork ( 1 1/8th Aluminium Steerer Tube); 1 1/8th Integrated Headset; Shimano Tiagra 4500 Series Shifters; Shimano Tiagra 4500 Series Front Derailleur(2 spd); Shimano 105 5700 Series Rear Derailleur (10 spd); Shimano HG CS4600 11-25t-10 spd Cassette; FSA Vero 50/34t Compact Crankset; KMC x 10 Chain; English Threaded Bottom Bracket(68n millimetre); Tektro R312WA Caliper Brakes; Shimano Tiagra 4500 Series Brake Levers; Alex Rims R450 Series Wheelset; Kenda K191 700x23C Tires with Presta Tubes; Tommaso TRS Ultralight Sports Series Handlebar with 144 millimetre Drop; Tommaso TRS Ultralight Sports Series Stem; Tommaso Race Road Saddle and Tommaso TRS Ultralight Race Series Aluminium Seapost (31.6 millimetre).

Review
The new Tommaso Monza is an intermediate level road bike which has undergone a lot of upgrades and changes from its earlier version. It comes with an aluminium frame and a carbon fork. The bike is quite light and nimble which can largely be attributed to its compact geometry aluminium frame. The carbon fibre does a superb job in keeping the bike stable even at high speeds. The bike looks slick and stylish and draws a lot of attention. The ride quality offered is pretty smooth.
The main downside of this bike is its wheels. They are a bit on the thinner side and wear out quickly. The saddle is also not as comfortable as you would have liked it to be. The bottom bracket of the bike tends to make some noise and you might have to readjust it to get rid of the annoying sound.
Overall, the bike offers a lot in terms of speed and performance. The price tag associated with this bike seems reasonable looking at the set of components used and the overall performance of the bike.

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