I live by the credo that you can never have enough bas-ass Italian brands. Here are the Italian brands you can expect when we open in 3 weeks time... Carrera Hand-built in Italy with a ridiculous flair for the dramatic. And a pro-tour heritage to boot. [caption id="attachment_132" align="alignnone" width="610" caption="The other side is white. Seriously."][/caption] Pantani In memory of the famed Italian climber, with a portion of proceeds going to Italian children's charities. [caption id="attachment_133" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="We built up a black an yellow version, and it is SICK."][/caption] Passoni We have two framesets incoming - I think I am going to unwrap them with white gloves...and then take them out for lobster and steak. Sooo classy. [caption id="attachment_137" align="alignnone" width="649" caption="We have a full ti and a full carbon model on order. This is the middle child."][/caption] Pegoretti Dario builds some of the finest steel and aluminum frames on the planet. Which is why the wait for a full-custom frame is 8-10 months. It's worth it! [caption id="attachment_131" align="alignnone" width="600" caption="Perhaps the world's most intricate paint jobs."][/caption] Pegoretti was also 2008 NAHMBS frame-builder of the year: http://italiancyclingjournal.blogspot.com/2008/02/pegoretti-named-frame-builder-of-year.html Viner Former pro Marcel Wust described the Viner Perfecta as the finest review-bike he had ever ridden.
More brand updates to come soon...plus our first sample stock has started arriving. OMFG.