Support us! Bikerumor may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn More
The Fezzari Veyo debuted in January with a very-light-for-an-aero-bike frame, big tire clearance, and a few surprises. I’ve been riding it since couple months prior to launch and now, with a several hundred miles on it and a few really long (50-80 mile) rides, I have some thoughts.
The short version is this: It’s fast, fully modern with ample tire clearance, comfortable enough, and also really, really fast. Did I mention it’s fast? Because it is most definitely, noticeably , very fast.
Let’s take a closeup look at the frame and the complete bike weight first; ride review is at bottom… Fezzari Veyo SL tech details & actual weight
I rode the size XL bike and, at 6’2″ with normal proportions, it fit great. Fezzari’s size chart would have put me on a Large, but the XL’s 585mm ETT is spot on for how I like a bike to fit.
That left plenty of seatpost extension thanks to a mildly sloping top tube, which also kept the bike feeling spritely underneath. Low seatstays improve comfort and aerodynamics, but my take is that they do more for the aero part than the comfort part (more on that below).
At a glance, I think the bike looks great…proportions, shapes, profile, I like it all. And a closer look only makes things look better and more interesting.Truncated airfoil shapes throughout the frame blend into one another really nicely. A deeper […]
Continue reading the original article at: bikerumor.com