Bike Reviews

Scott 29er 2010 Mountain Bike

scott 29er 2010 Mountain Bike   Scott 29er 2010 Mountain Bike

Some have asked over time, “When will Scott release a hardtail mountain bike“? Well, to answer your question, in 2010! We have a preview of the Scott 29er 2010 Mountain Bike that is available in a beautiful green, white, and black. Indeed a solid mountain bike, the Scott 29er 2010 contains XT “mid grade” products, so your not getting the top of the line hardtail, nor scrapping the bottom of the barrel. Newly introduced worldwide, MSRP is $1,499.

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Scott CR1 2010 Road Bike

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The Scott CR1 2010 Road Bike receives a surprising upgrade for 2010, and we at Bike Reviews will give you the run down. Since 2004/2005, the Scott CR1 Road Bike hit retailers in the U.S market, but the significant changes for 2010 consist of ovalized seat stays and chainstays, which adds to vertical compliance and shock absorption, and unlike the 2009 model, the 2010 CR1 Road Bike allows you to replace the derailleur hanger. Lastly, the frame features torsional lateral stiffness. Designed around performance, but with a relaxed fit, equaling a comfortable ride. Available as a complete bike, or frameset.

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Bianchi Pista Via Condotti 2010

Bianchi Pista Via Condotti 2010   Bianchi Pista Via Condotti 2010

Similar to the Bianchi Pista in style is this Bianchi Pista Via Condotti. The Bianchi Pista Via Condotti features a simple design with limited logs. Bianchi’s newest frame wears a hint of chrome which is dominated by the Celeste paint job its manufacture is most recognized for. The Pista Via Condotti is set to release in stores early November. MSRP $799.

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Electra Ticino 2010 Town Bike

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Within the last couple of years, Electra Bicycle Company introduced the Amsterdam, a Dutch city bike with a comfortable upright riding position. In 2010 Electra is set to release their new line of bicycles called the Ticino. The Ticino resembles the riding style of the Amsterdam and the look of the vintage roadster bicycles. The Ticino is a sporty, lightweight, 700c touring bike. The Ticino offers versatility based on price point. The least expensive is the Ticino 1. It’s a single-speed freewheel on a chromoly maintube frameset and standard dual-pivot caliper pull brakes. The most expensive model, the Ticino 20D, has more of a distinct look. The most obvious visual change are the brakes that have been changed to a Tektro Cantilever on the men’s and Dia-Compe Cente-Pulls, both that stem from the end of the handlebars. Both the men’s and women’s bicycle offer a Shimano 20-speed105 drivetrain…

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Torelli Corsa Pista Frame

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The Torelli Corsa Pista, sold as a frame only, is featured here as a bike only. It is built for use as a track bike, but is also suitable for use on the road. The paint is custom, as are the decals. This Torelli Corsa Pista Frame is fitted with a Tipo Uno black sport saddle, sitting on Bormio Pista wheels. The Torelli Corsa Pista Frame is priced for retail sale at $850, and we are sure you Fixed Gear fans will love this….

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Torelli Pursuit Frame

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The Torelli Pursuit, sold as a frame only, is seen here fully equipped, with a two-tone black and white frame. Its equipped with a Bormio tri-colored saddle, with the colors of the Italian flag. The frame comes raw, unpainted, and can be customized upon order. On the upper tube, in small lettering, is a crest with the Italian flag, with ITALIA written above. “La bicicletta che vince” is writted next to it. The Torelli Pursuit frame has a retail price tag of $975.

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Bianchi Pista Classic 2010: An Urban Fixed Gear Concept

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The Bianchi Pista Classic 2010 had many of its spectators salivating at this year’s InterBike. The Bianchi Pista Classic frame, a concept at the moment despite UrbanVelo’s misprint on an article earlier in the year, was “classically” done in a celeste green and  complemented with chrome lugs. The Pista Classic frame on display at this year’s InterBike was made complete with after-market parts such as a brownish swede saddle, drop down handlebars, and a white wheel set that matched beautifully with the white bar-tape. There’s still many questions surrounding the Bianchi Pista Classic, which we hope to find answers for in the near term.

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