Passoni, fondly known as the Bugatti of bicycles, is 100% Italian, with an obsessive attention to details and a commitment to building the finest racing bikes.
That’s why Passoni only uses the best alloys available; weld in a vacuum using a closely guarded mixture of gases perfected over 30 years; and spend 30 hours polishing each frame before it leaves Passoni’s state-of-the-art, Milan-based atelier.
All Passoni bikes are bespoked. Each collector’s frame is unique, customized by hand in its geometry, design and components.
Passoni’s passion is to build your dream bike. Get yours at Bikes n Bites!
Passoni handcrafted (above)
(below) Passoni Top Evolution
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Cervelo partners with MTN-Qhubeka for 2015!
History has been made with MTN-Qhubeka’s wild card entry into Le Tour de France 2015. They are the first South African team ever to be invited to the Tour de France.
MTN-Qhubeka will ride the Cervelo R5, S5 and P5.
Gokiso wheels are made by Kondo Machinery, a small company – around 30 employees – that makes high precision metal parts that spin around, very fast. A typical Kondo Machinery application is a part that will go into a Rolls Royce or GE jet engine. Of course, a commercial jet engine is a huge product that must work flawlessly for decades under the most extreme stresses and conditions, spinning at incredibly high RPMs , and these same machines make the Gokiso wheels.
How do I like the wheels? They are great. I am noticeably faster when I ride them, and I seem to work less hard. They roll and roll and roll, and they are stable and strong. After 800 kms, they are as true as the day I got them. And if anything they roll smoother.
One of the Fastest Men in Singapore, Assad Attamimi on Swim Bike Run
Bikes n Bites—sponsored triathlete, Assad Attamimi, was recently featured in the anniversary issue of Swim Bike Run magazine. Hailed as one of the fastest men in Singapore, Assad’s most recent victory was at
When asked by Swim Bike Run magazine how he manages his training around his busy schedule, Assad shared that he does his training in the least intrusive way possible, by lots of early morning workouts. He also does shorter runs and gym sessions over lunch breaks.
Assad’s biggest goal at the moment is to improve his bike leg. He feels that while he’s not bad on the bike, he’s not quite where he needs to be at the world championship level.
Assad’s impressive list of achievements include :
2010 Singapore 70.3 1st Age-Group 4:26
2011 Ironman Kona 9th Age-Group 9:07
2012 Ironman WA 1st Age-Group 8:56
2013 Ironman Kona 5th Age-Group 9:00
Assad on the cover of Swim Bike Run Anniversary Issue (above)
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