Italian bicycles have a long history in the world of bicycle racing (and in transportation and work). The names of Bianchi, Cinelli, Colnago, De Rosa, Masi, Pinarello and Wilier-Triestina are all very familiar to us.
Less familiar, are the smaller, artisan, framebuilders that today as in the past produce frames of the highest quality in Italy. So, how about a Facebook LIKE for such a framebuilder from the Veneto region, Sarto Cycles at www.facebook.com/SartoCycles.
The Sarto workshop:
Give a LIKE at www.facebook.com/SartoCycles for a small company working in the Italian tradition.
Follow on Twitter: ITALIANCYCJOURN or receive an email when new content is added using the "Follow by Email" button on the right side column.
Stories for the Italian Cycling Journal about rides, granfondos, touring, having a good time cycling in Italy, Italian cycling history, racing, etc. are always welcome. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are now more than 2,700 stories in this blog. The search feature to the right works best for finding subjects in the blog. There is also a translate button at the bottom so you can translate each page.