|ciocc from maestro||rob45|
Jul 19, 2002 9:59 AM
|I'm thinking of ordering a ciocc from Maestro. I'm leaning toward the slide (deda 107 alloy) over the challenger, since I'm not sure about the carbon stays on the challenger. I was wondering if anyone has had much experience re the durability of the cioccs, warranty honoring, etc. any opinions on the tubeset?
|The very machine||muncher|
Jul 19, 2002 10:07 AM
|I ride with a guy - stephen76 - who has one of these. He used to read in here, but has changed jobs and I don't know if he still does.
He got his from Maestro - it's a great bike - and he said the shop were excellent.
I had a look/feel - it's a superb frameset, light as you like - but I seem to remember he said there was a weight limit on it.
The Guy at Maestro is very open to queries, so you could just give him a call/mail and go from there.
|it seems their prices are much cheaper than U.S. distributors||ET|
Jul 19, 2002 10:49 AM
|Is that correct? Will the frame arrive in one piece and unbent?|
|Any more advertising and I'm going to start asking them||djg|
Jul 19, 2002 12:31 PM
|for a cut.
Much cheaper, yes. And my frame, at least, arrived very well packed and entirely unscathed.
|Maestro is a great guy who has delt with Colnago and Derosa||DeRosaOrBust|
Jul 19, 2002 4:05 PM
|for over 20 years. I ordered my frame, saved $1000 from US prices and got it in 6 days. Have no fear ordering from him. He emails quickly and will talk to you too.|| |