The Vigorelli Road is the road version of the fixed gear criterium frame, the Vigorelli Steel, used by the Cinelli Team. The quality craftsmanship that went into the build and design of Vigorelli Track is present in the road version as well. The Vigo Road is also built with Columbus Thron tubing and has next generation crit geometry with a high bottom bracket, a tight rear triangle, and track inspired seat and head tube angles.
I have had this frame built up with Campagnolo Centaur groupset, Sirocco wheelset, and Deda Superzero finishing kit. The resulting bike handles beautifully. Having owned and ridden carbon, titanium, aluminum, and steel bikes before- this frame is up there with the best. It rides smooth and is composed and plenty stiff for a stronger rider such as myself. Would recommend to any buyers on the fence. (the paint job alone is worth the money...)
new vigorelli frameset
Got my new Vigorelli frame and its very nicely made and was shipped quickly thanks . One problem I am having is it did not come with a bb cable guide and I am having trouble finding anyone to tell me which to get to finish building
Not like much else out there
This frame is dope, and I've been absolutely loving it. Though it was bred on the track, and built for crits, this frame is pretty good at everything - especially if you're a larger track rider like me (generally 180+ lbs). When I first took it out of the box, what struck me about this bike wasn't the paint or the graphics, but rather the sheer diameter of the tubing - the down tube on my previous steel bike was only a little thicker than the top tube on this bike, and that's saying quite a lot. If you know anything about frames, and how their tubing diameter affects the way that they ride, you probably won't be surprised when I tell you that this frame is pretty damn rigid for a steel bike. Just look at the head tube, which is oversized to fit a tapered fork and is only a little less broad than my wrist. Make no mistake - this bike is a crit machine, but for bigger guys like me, where weight doesn't matter quite so much (and my size medium clocked at under 4.3 pounds, which, all things considered, is lighter than the specs and is not actually heavy for steel), it climbs surprisingly well. I'm a guy that makes frames flex under my weight and power, particular up hills where I'm pumping out a lot of watts. This frame handles that load very well. I recommend it to any larger riders who like to ride fast, love loud bikes, and enjoy the unique ride properties that steel bikes have to offer. If you've ever wondered what a steel crit bike with low stack and aggressive geometry would feel like, It won't disappoint, especially at the price point.