Some time ago I wanted to climb some big mountains the way the champions of the past did. I wanted to be smooth, get out of the saddle and rock my bike from side to side with ease. I’m no lycra man, I’m a flat-clipfree pedal cyclist and I have no friends available to follow me with a motorcade. The equation was complicated, but not the solution: I put together all my faults I did in the past and used them to work on the right components to get the lightest road touring bike. And to get most of the feeling of a race bike without giving up on reliability and a sufficient hauling capacity to be independent from the world.
Many of the bikes that I build today in this category are upcycled bikes. This kind of bikes fits perfectly all the needs of the category, they are affordable, durable, stylish and every piece is unique.