Friday, October 26, 2012

Sarto Cycles "Boutique" Opens

Sarto Cycles, the handmade in the Veneto framebuilder, has opened a new section on their website named the Sarto Boutique. Here you will find unique builds that they offer for sale. The first, seen in the photographs above (click to enlarge), is a Kilogrammo frameset with custom paint, equipped with Campagnolo Record EPS, Fast Forward deep profile carbon clinchers, and other goodies. For more and better photos, and details, visit Sarto Boutique.

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1 comment:

  1. Che Bella! ANYONE making bicycles with their own two hands in Italy, no matter what material they're using, is a hero in Larry's book. In an age where so many seem willing to pony up $10K+ for a generic Asian-made bike with a designer name slapped on it, why people like Sarto are not overwhelmed with work is a puzzle.(Disclaimer: Torelli - who has always had all of their steel frames made in Italy, is an official supplier to CycleItalia)