Tifosi SS26 Potenza review

Tifosi SS26 Potenza review

The Tifosi SS26 Potenza is named after the road that runs between the French and Italian sides of Mont Blanc in the stunning Aosta Valley. Mountain bike groupsets: everything you need to know Best winter road bike tyres Living up to the awesome geography of its namesake, the SS26 is a fine looking bike. Tifosi’s linear graphic styles and colour palette look brilliant and the frame’s styling features angular frame tube profiles — that T-section top-tube comes straight out of BMC’s back catalogue — while the aero-profiled seatpost seamlessly blends into triangulated and dropped seatstays. The interlocked fork crown and forward-arching fork following similar lines to Pinarello’s latest designs. The bike is built around Campagnolo’s Potenza groupset with a performance-orientated 11-28 cassette and 52/36 chainset. Campagnolo shifts with the rapid mechanical efficiency we’ve come to expect from the brand’s Ergopower design, and is matched to its late-comer disc brakes. The ...

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