Time Trial, TT or Chrono bikes are designed to allow the rider the best aerodynamic position. They feature special handlebars with advanced side grips and aerodynamic extensions that allow elbows to rest with the hands almost touching forward, and they have frame shapes, gears, and wheels designed to allow the cyclist to pedal at full throttle for an hour, transferring all the power he has in his legs to the bike.
Cyclocross bikes: Road inspired bikes with off-road DNA. The geometry and riding position are suitable for off-road use, while with wider tyres that allow efficient riding on the most challenging terrain. Discover all Cyclocross bikes
There is no other bike category where you can find more exciting possibilities and development than in e-bikes. Cutting-edge and technological solutions designed for every type of use. From the batteries, to the motor, through control and unprecedented integration of the electric motor, eBikes enjoy ourselves, allowing us to pedal with the right amount of effort through endless cycling adventures. Cycling, anytime, anywhere: with e-bikes you can reach the most popular destinations, or pedal daily around town and to your office without fatigue. Previously inaccessible bike tours become a reality. Whatever your destination in the saddle and whatever your level, with an electric bike you can spend a lot more time in the saddle, having fun all the way.
The frame is both the soul and the heart of the bike, it gives the bike character, appearance and use and is the point of connection between the various parts that The frame is the soul and framework of the bike, it gives it its character, appearance and use and is the point of connection between the various parts that build up the finished bike and, depending on how it is made, absorbs various stresses. As well as making up the bike, the frame must support the cyclist's seat as well as and plays a primary role in the choice and use of any bike. Discover our wide range of bike frames.
Gravel bikes were born in the United States for adventure riding on unpaved roads. Gravel bikes can be defined as a successful hybrid between mountain bikes, with which they share the same treaded tyres and wider tyre sections (up to 48 mm), and road bikes, from which they take their frame, fork and handlebar design and materials. Sometimes more MTB or road depending on the components used, modern Gravel bikes are the result of the need to enjoy the bike and go anywhere, with technical solutions that make them the perfect means of transport for tackling secondary roads and unpaved roads, as well as unmade trails and mountain passes. With a Gravel bike you can really do anything and enjoy the pleasure of cycling without sacrificing performance.
Born in the 1970s, mountain biking guarantees fun and performance on all kinds of terrain, from steep, technical trails to fast, flowing singletrack, long stretches on country lanes and thrilling, action-packed descents. Choose the MTB that's right for you and get ready to ride on adventurous trails and paths.
Road bikes or racing bikes are bikes designed to offer the best performance on the road. These bikes have countless configurations and customization options, but the most important features are low weight and aerodynamics, which are essential for reaching and maintaining very high speeds. The frame and components are designed for racers and athletes and have seen a continuous evolution, fuelled by the great passion that runs around these machines, designed to make us live our passion. The racing bike was born for competitions, it is suitable for circuit, in-line or velodrome competitions, both for one-day and multi-day stage races. A perfect machine designed to last forever.
Triathlon bikes have a frame shape, gears and wheels designed to allow the cyclist to pedal at full throttle for an hour, transferring all the power he has in his legs to the bike. These bikes have to move at a significantly higher speed than road bikes because the athlete has to discharge all his energy in a single hour while the normal road rider has to spread it over several hours. The high speed at which the time trial/triathlon bike moves has therefore influenced the design of the bike, which aims to give the cyclist the most aerodynamic shape possible, in order to best overcome air friction, which is the greatest obstacle at high speeds.