Parlee Chebacco One-Year Review: Light, Fast, And Built For All Roads

Twenty years ago, the boatbuilder Bob Parlee decided to make a change. Drawing on his experience with composite materials, Parlee started up a bike company in Massachusetts and set to work building custom carbon fibre bicycle frames. By 2002, his creations were being raced in Grand Tours. In the two decades since, Parlee Cycles has … The post Parlee Chebacco one-year review: Light, fast, and built for all roads appeared first on CyclingTips .

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