Monthly Archives: November 2007

Recumbent Bike Rider Review – Corsa Line Of Recumbents

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The Corsa is the least known of the Bacchetta line of high performance Highracer recumbents. It’s hidden neatly in between the dual 26 Strada and the ultra-light Aero. The Corsa has the same frame as the Strada, but has upgraded components, dual 650c wheels, a stiff CroMo frame, M5 fiberglass shell seat, and weighs a mere 26 pounds.

Bacchetta Strada Recumbent Bike: All We Hoped For?

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Probably the most anticipated member of Bacchetta’s debut line-up is the dual 26″ Strada. Big wheel ‘bents are quickly becoming all the rage in the American recumbent market (The 2002 Saber and Reynolds T-Bone are also gaining a lot of attention) and the Strada has looked to be a worthy addition to this burgeoning niche market since its Interbike 2001 Read More

Bacchetta Strada Recumbents – Open-Road High Roller

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The Bacchetta Strada is a new concept for the American market. European manufacturers like M5 and Challenge have been producing big-wheel recumbents (often called highracers) for years. However, with the exception of a few one-offs and Rich Pinto’s Aerocycle line, highracers have been pretty rare in the United States. Rich has since joined the Bacchetta gang and added his high-octane Read More

The New Recumbent Bike On The Block: Giro By Bacchetta

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Article By BRYAN J. BALL Editor, BentRiderOnline Long, long ago during a now forgotten era, recumbents were only made of steel and aluminum. Times have certainly changed. Carbon fiber ‘bents aren’t nearly as rare as they once were and titanium recumbents are becoming almost commonplace. There are no less than five being produced in the United States alone with more Read More