Saturday, July 17, 2010

Bicycling Magazine Reviews Cento1 Superleggera

On newsstands now, Bicycling Magazine's Tour de France issue with review of our Cento1 Superleggera

Online review here:,7989,s1-16-156-3094-0,00.html


"We swapped the Fulcrum Racing Zero wheelset for more supple Zipp 202s, reducing the size-medium bike's weight to 13.75 pounds, and found that the Superleggera didn't just retain the original Cento Uno's electric ride feel, but may have surpassed it. Despite the ethereally light weight, which made climbing a joy and enhanced the bike's power-now demeanor in sprints, the Superleggera was never nervous. All this, and it's still comfortable enough for all-day riding. Pretty super." --Loren Mooney

Monday, July 12, 2010

Kate Major wins Amica Ironman 70.3 Rhode Island on her Cento1 Crono

Decorated Aussie Ironman Champion Kate Major wins Amica Ironman 70.3 Rhode Island on her Cento1 Crono with Shimano Di2. "It was good to finally win one again, with such a good field too," said Major following the race. "I am racing Racine 70.3 next Sunday so hopefully I will recover well and have another good one."

Congrats on this win, Kate, and good luck next week (July 18) in Wisconsin. More at:

Friday, July 9, 2010

Cento1 Superleggera: Petacchi, Cunego & the rest of Team Lampre at the Tour de France

In a thrilling opening week of racing at the Tour de France, Alessandro Petacchi took two of the four sprint stages. Petacchi and the rest of Team Lampre ride stock Cento1 Superleggera models. Check out VeloNews tech coverage here:

As the race is poised to head into the mountains, focus shifts from Petacchi to Damiano Cunego, a former Giro d'Italia winner and accomplished climber.