Tommaso bikes

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Tommaso Bikes is a bicycle manufacturing company, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, USA, Tommaso Bikes has a long lineage going back to custom Italian handmade bicycles. The bikes are designed in Italy and engineered in Colorado.

Tommaso Bicycles was founded in 1985 as a road bike brand.[1] Since then the brand has expanded to include track bikes, fixed gear bikes, triathlon bikes and cyclocross bikes. Tommaso bicycles had a line of steel road bicycles that expanded to titanium and currently consists of aluminum and carbon road bikes. In 2013 the core of the road line is the six aluminum road bike offerings paired up with six carbon road bikes. Tommaso offers three woman specific models. The Tommaso line-up also an aluminum cyclocross bike and two triathlon bikes (one aluminum and one Monocoque carbon).

In 2013 the Tommaso brand was sold to an investment group.

Products[edit]

Tommaso do not use model years which allows them to put out new bikes whenever they like instead of once yearly. This enables them to make changes to existing bikes without having to wait an entire year.[1]

Current bike line[edit]

Road: Tiempo, Imola, Imola Carbon, Monza, Mondial, Velocita, Corvo, Aggraziato, Volo, Superleggera, Meranello.[2]

Womans: Imola, Monza, Mondial.

Tri: Coltello, Sixth Sense.

Cyclocross: Bestia.

Track/fixie: Augusta.[2]


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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tech Brief – Tommaso gets tuned up for 2010". Competitor Group Inc. Retrieved 2010-01-21. 
  2. ^ a b "Current Bikes". Tommasobikes.com. Retrieved 2010-01-21.