Giordano Libero 1.6 Road Bike, Black/Red, 56cm/Medium

March 11, 2015 - Comment

Giordano Libero 1.6 Road Bike Men’s 50cm The Giordano Libero 1.6 features a beautifully made hand crafted lightweight 6061 aluminum frame, precision 16 speed Shimano STI equipped drive train, and light but strong 700cc wheels all at an absolutely incredible value. This stunning Italian inspired road bike packs a powerful punch without breaking the bank

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Giordano Libero 1.6 Road Bike Men’s 50cm The Giordano Libero 1.6 features a beautifully made hand crafted lightweight 6061 aluminum frame, precision 16 speed Shimano STI equipped drive train, and light but strong 700cc wheels all at an absolutely incredible value. This stunning Italian inspired road bike packs a powerful punch without breaking the bank and is certain to remain a favorite weapon for novice cyclists looking to speed past the competition. Available in Men’s Small, Medium and Large. Small- 50cm/20″ fits riders 5’1″-5’8″ with a stand over of 28″-30″. Medium 56cm/22″ fits riders 5’8″-6’0″ with a stand over of 30″-32″. Large 61cm/25infits riders 6’2″-6’5″ with a stand over of 33″-35″. Professional Assembly is recommended for your safety and riding enjoyment. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

Product Features

  • Lightweight hand crafted 6061 aluminum frame
  • 32 Spoke High Profile Quick Release Alloy Rims
  • 1 1/8″ Threadless stem
  • 16-speed Shimano STI drive train
  • Dual water bottle mounts

Comments

Pot3ntial says:

Best bike for the price, with some caveats. If you’re like me, you are looking to get an entry level road bike without paying the standard entry level cost of ~800 bucks. My previous Trek hybrid was stolen and I needed a new bike to start training for a hike. After doing my research, I zeroed in on this bike as being the one with the least mechanical complaints, the best visual design, and the best price point. I was right. The bike rides well, is easy to assemble, and looks great, and I saved a lot of money by not getting a brand name. 

El Conquistador says:

Ok folks, pay attention and you won’t be disappointed in this bike! If you’re looking for a top of the line, carbon fiber bike that weighs about 13 ounces, this is not your bike! I am just getting back into riding and I literally started a Google search for “best entry level road bike” and found the Giordano LIbero. I didn’t make a hasty purchase, but rather read through tons of reviews here on Amazon as well as independent blogs and checked all of the info from the manufacturer’s web site. Let’s go step by step: 

John says:

At least 2 faulty parts First, the chain broke only after about 12 miles of riding. Also, I’ve tuned the gears, but could never find the sweet spot where the chain didn’t derail under hard pedaling or grind during shifting. A much bigger problem is that the machined hole in the crank arm that holds the pedal was too large and not perpendicular to the plane of the crank arm. It looks like they machined it crooked on the first try and instead of throwing the part away they machined a second hole. After about 30 miles of use the pedal slowly backed out of the crank arm far enough that it began to pivot back and forth and destroy the aluminum threads in the crankarm. Thus, I have a bike that cannot house more than a pedal. Instead of getting the part replaced by the manufacturer, I figure I’d replace the entire crank arm set because the one they have on there doesn’t match up properly with the gear shifters (shifters have 3 positions and there’s only 2 gears; I suspect this might be why I couldn’t find the…

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