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I’ve ridden a lot of bikes; some top of the line carbon fiber, some custom aluminum or steel. I’ve spent almost a year on my Battaglin Power Plus and what I liked at the very beginning about it holds true over 3,000 miles later: it has that wonderful, classic ride feel you expect out of high-end steel but it responds like a true modern race bike. I can spend all day in the worst conditions on bumpy roads and still feel fresh enough for the ever important stop sign sprints at the end of the ride. The tapered headtube and full carbon fork make for responsive handling and the Columbus Spirit tubing keeps the plush feel alive and also keeps the weight down, or as much as possible on a steel frame. And, really, a steel race bike that weighs 8 kilos isn’t something to complain about. I get a lot of compliments about the bike too. On every group ride I do someone comments on how cool a nicely painted modern steel bike can be.
I have tried to choose modern components that function well so that the bike has a classic look but modern performance (Campagnolo Athena 11s., Cinelli stem, Chris King headset with sealed bearings). At last I have had some time to take the Marosticana out for her maiden ride. And a very enjoyable ride it was too.My first impression is that of smoothness. The cycle lane that leads from my street in Scheveningen up the coast towards Katwijk is made up of bricks laid in a herringbone pattern which generally cause some vibration through the handlebars. Not with the Marosticana however which smoothes everything out beautifully. Even the speed bumps at junctions are less intrusive as she just sails over them with ease. The ride overall was most enjoyable and I can’t wait to ride her again when I get home from Kazakhstan in April.
The performance of vibration absorption worked well, and it was very comfortable to ride on this bike. I felt very good steering performance on cornering. I could easily draw a beautiful round-shape on the corner with this bike.
Like the classic road bike made from Columbus SL, it was really smooth and comfortable to ride at the middle speed range.
Giovanni, Alessandro, Francesca and all the technical team, thank you for this magnificent work of art!Very pleased to have number 2 of this prestigious collection.Extremely high-quality finish!Even more beautiful in reality! Thank you for your professionalism. Looking forward to the next collection..
I picked up my frame on Wednesday 11th. I’m absolutely delighted with the same - the standard of build & finish is simply superb - as indeed was the way it was packed for shipment - Many many thanks. I’m now still chasing New Old Stock Campag equipment - my fall back is to take parts off my Blue Raleigh - as I intend to get this resprayed with the rear chain stays opened to 130mm from 126mm & chromed to match your frame. Once again please tell your frame builders and finishers how pleased I am to have this fabulous frame.
The frame arrived yesterday and it is just beautiful. Can’t wait to build and ride.
Fantastic bike, that was only my third ride on her. Very smooth especially with Campagnolo Record and Neutron wheels.
Received my Officina Battaglin No.37 of 65 today, words can’t describe just how good this bike looks. The craftsmanship in the frame is perfect and the finish of the polished metal through the red is like looking at a Ferrari Dino in the Italian sunshine. Never seen a bike like it before, simply beautiful.
I received the frame yesterday afternoon. There are no words to describe how wonderful the frame looks. It is a work of art. I am so very pleased with it. Thank you so much. I cannot wait to get it built and ride it. I have started the assembly process late last night.Again thank you so much and I look forward to visiting you when I return to Italy