• 3T Cycling

    3T Cycling

  • Bianchi

    Bianchi

  • Cipollini

    Cipollini

    Cipollini offers road bike frames that are truly 100% Made in Italy. NK1K, RB1000, MCM, MCM², Bond, Logos, NKTT, NKTR or Speed, each monocoque carbon frameset was designed to cater different types of riders and terrain, but all have one common goal, EXTREME POWER TRANSFER!

  • Divo

    Divo

    Imagine riding as a top tier professional cyclist, riding day in and out regardless of weather conditions, fatigue. mood, or motivation. Wake up, eat, hydrate, shiver, ride, brutal intervals, vomit, sweat, bonk, collapse, rehydrate, eat, sleep - repeat cycle. After 800,000 kilometers of this lifestyle and having spent countless years as a developer for various bicycle manufacturers, it's finally his turn to design and build the perfect high performance super bike from the ground up.

    The Divo ST captures the absolute perfect balance between stiffness, compliance, aerodynamics, and does so all in a lightweight package. Such balance can only be achieved when combining Caucchioli's background with its Italian handcrafted tube-to-tube construction. Every carbon layer,  angle, and tube shape have all been fine tuned to perfection. Available in six sizes. Custom sizing & colors available. 

  • Look Cycle

    Look Cycle

    LOOK: one of the most innovative firms of the market
    Inventor of the clipless pedal, of the first carbon frame in 1986 and of the first track single-piece carbon frame, LOOK is the worldwide leader of the road clipless pedal. Its policy in the field of research and development earned it the INPI Trophy of the most innovative small and medium sized firms of France in 2009. LOOK has also won 4 times the Bike of the Year award in France; it was several times awarded the Star of Design as well as the IF Design award in Germany in 2010. LOOK has an incomparable experience and know-how in carbon designing and manufacturing.

    An independent company, LOOK has its head office in Nevers, where all the designing and development of products takes place, and a production site. LOOK has a staff of around 420 people throughout the world today.

  • Passoni

    Passoni

    An obsessive attention to detail and a commitment to building the finest racing bikes in the world run deep in the culture of Passoni. Our frame builders have decades on experience crafting frames for bike lovers in all four corners of the world, and from all walks of life. From tradesmen to businessmen; enthusiasts to pro-racers.

  • Sarto

    Sarto

    Superior Italian craftsmanship: this is the defining element of the company founded by Antonio and his son Enrico, who are proud to represent, both at home and abroad, the pride and tenacity of a nation so rich in creativity and enthusiasm.

    The 100% handmade in Italy trademark is the strength they both believe in and the means that have allowed them to establish their name and gain market share over the years.

    More than 2,500 frames are produced each year thanks to a team of 20 specialists, starting with the design of the frame, to the cutting and laminating of the tubes up to the painting and testing.

    Personalization is Sarto's strength, which allows Sarto to satisfy the customer’s every need: the choice of materials, the shape of the tubes, made-to-measure geometries, graphics and reinforcements in Kevlar or titanium/carbon.  Every feature of a Sarto frame can be changed and selected by the customer.

  • Wilier Triestina

    Wilier Triestina

    Both Wilier and Triestina were inspired by Italian patriotism following the World Wars. Wilier is an acronym. W is an abbreviation for the word Viva, which means "Long live", beginning the phrase: W l'Italia liberata e redenta - Long live Italy, liberated and redeemed. It is pronounced /Vee'-lee-air/.

    Triestina is pronounced /Tree-es-tee'-na/ and is the Italian equivalent of our English word triestine, which implies related to the Italian city of Trieste on the Adriatic Sea. Following World War II, Trieste and its surrounding coastal area remained part of an occupied free territory while triestine cycling great.

    Inspired by Cottur and Trieste's plight, Dal Molin put together a team with Cottur as leader, calling it Wilier Triestina. The brand's inimitable halberd logo (similar to a fleur-de-lis) was inspired by Trieste's coat of arms. In Autumn 1945, the company assumed the symbolic name. The rest is history.

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