Handmade in Eugene, Oregon, Co-Motion Cycles has literally built a reputation for rigid, light cycles since 1988. Their bikes are lean, mean, cycling machines and Co-Motion’s standing invite to their production facilities shows their dedication to transparent production – something we love to see. The Ristretto ($5,755) illustrates Co-Motion achievements and capabilities with its obsessively detailed (and clean) design. ACMUltra7 zonally-butted 7005 aluminum tubing, Rictchey WCS carbon fork, SRAM Red kit (brakes, crankset, drivetrai, shifters, cogs), Fizik Arione saddle, Rolf Prima Vigor wheels, and Continental Grand Prix tires round out the Ristretto’s features. New for 2011, the Ristretto can be converted to a single-speed configuration. One more for the wish list.
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