Vilano TUONO 2.0 Aluminum Road Bike 21 Speed Shimano

June 28, 2016 - Comment

The TUONO 2.0 has been updated with an all new look featuring anodized spacers, skewer and hubs. It’s an affordable entry level 21 speed road bike and one of our best sellers. It features a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame with an integrated headset and a Shimano drivetrain with A050 handlebar mounted shifters. The complete bike

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(as of April 20, 2020 5:15 AM UTC - Details)

The TUONO 2.0 has been updated with an all new look featuring anodized spacers, skewer and hubs. It’s an affordable entry level 21 speed road bike and one of our best sellers. It features a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame with an integrated headset and a Shimano drivetrain with A050 handlebar mounted shifters. The complete bike weighs in at an impressive 25 lbs, the lightest in its class. Free pedals are included with every bike!

Full Specs:

Frame: 6061 Double Butted AluminumFork: 700c 1 1/8″ ThreadlessShifters: Shimano A050Speeds: 21Front Derailleur: ShimanoRear Derailleur: ShimanoCrankset: Alloy Triple 50/40/30Wheelset: 700c Doubled Walled CNC Alloy Machined Sides, Qucik Release SkewersFreewheel: 7 speed ShimanoTires: Kenda 700c x 25cChain: KMCBrakes: Alloy CaliperHeadset: 1 1/8″ IntegratedHandlebar: AlloySaddle: Urban comfortSeatpost: Alloy 27.2Bike Weight: 25 lbs. (54cm approx)

Bike is shipped factory direct. Assembly & Tuning are Required. Pedal installation can be tricky, please follow included directions closely.

Comments

Aliza says:

Might not last well but works for now This is a pretty bike, but you get what you pay for here. My hands are not particularly small, but braking is an issue. The brakes are impossible to squeeze and don’t exactly stop on a dime…the bike seems cheaply constructed and the saddle is extremely uncomfortable. I dread getting on and off the bike. You can feel every slight bump in the road very clearly. I can see myself bringing this in to the shop all the time for repairs- though who knows, I might be wrong about that. I’ll try and…

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