Bike check: Tuts’ Vigorelli


As Tut want this to be short and quick, all he can say is, this is the first Vigorelli in Baranggay Nueva! Hahaha!

Frame: Cinelli Vigorelli
Fork: Cinelli Vigorelli
Headset: Columbus

Handlebar: Ritchey Logic II
Stem: Ritchey WCS C260
Bartape: The Project
Saddle: Fabric
Seat post: Cinelli
Seat clamp: Cinelli

Cranks: Sram Omnium
Chainring: Sram Truvativ
Chain: Izumi NJS
Pedals: MKS Sylvan
Toe cage: Mt Christophe
Straps: Cadence

Rims: H Plus Son Archetype
Hubs: Paul / Gorilla
Cog: Euro Asia
Tires: Continental Gatorskin

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