BASSO BIKES PALTA GRAVEL BICYCLE
The Basso Bikes Palta Army Green Gravel Bicycle is the Gravel model of the Italian brand Basso Bikes known for their high quality road bikes manufactured by hand in Italy. Their name is a word from the northern Italy dialect: "Palta" simply means "mud".
This bicycle has been designed from scratch; it's not based on any other model, a fact that resulted in an innovative geometry. The specially designed fork and the seatpost with shock absorber provide a very stable and comfortable position on the bike.
It has all the characteristics of a gravel bike of the highest quality: carbon fibre frame built with the newest technologies, tapered headset for greater rigidity and very reliable disc brakes. Its wide rear chainstays allow the use of tyres up to 42mm wide and for the thirsty, you can place up to three bottles of water.
Light, comfortable and stable, the Palta is a high-end gravel bike that offers everything you need to hit the road and get dirty. And it looks amazing.
- Frame: 3K Torayca HMCFT700-MR60 Carbon.
- Fork: Special Palta Design.
- Wheelset: Microtech MR38 Carbon / MX 25 Alloy.
- Tyres: Continental Terra Trail 700x40C.
- Tyre Clearance: 700C up to 42mm.
- Hubs: Thru axles: 12x100 front, 12x142 rear.
- Group: Shimano GRX 1.
- Bottom Bracket: 86.5x41 Press Fit.
- Pedals: Not included.
- Brakes: Disc brakes.
- Stem: Diamante, alloy.
- Seat post: Basso, carbon.
- Saddle: San Marco GND.
- Handlebar: Microtech XL Gravel.
- Weight: 8,5 Kg.
ABOUT BASSO BIKES
Perfectionism, quality and handmade excellence, that's the philosophy that Alcide Basso is following since 1977, the year Cicli Basso was founded. The principles that define the brand remain unchanged since then: Excellent craftsmanship, innovation in design and functionality, and top quality materials.
Basso exists thanks to Alcide Basso and the passion of its technicians for whom nothing is impossible. Their craftsmen create with extreme attention to detail, great precision and a tireless perfectionism. With their hands, their eyes and their hearts, they transform the building of a bike frame into a piece of art.