The Cima Viola has it where it counts. The Viola was developed to have equal performance on the climbs as well as the decent.
Cima Viola – “Race Developed, Stiff, Fast”
When riders describe a road bike as being a race bike, the first thing that comes to mind is stiffness. The Cima Viola has it where it counts. The Viola was developed to have equal performance on the climbs as well as the decent. The down tube is pinched laterally at the bottom bracket shell to create lateral stiffness and maximum power transfer at the pedals. In order to ensure that power is transferred to the rear wheel, the chainstays are stiff and sizable so as not to loose any of the riders efforts. In order to create a bike that handles well on long rides, the seat stays are pencil thin allowing for some compliance to the seat post. Couple that pedaling platform with a slightly aero front end, built to accelerate on the decent and you get one of the most efficient and all-around road bikes available on the market today. The Viola was designed and tested in the high Rockies of Colorado to climb and descend with the best carbon fiber bikes on the market.
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