Disclaimer: Bikexchange is reader-supported. We may earn an affiliate commission when you buy through the links on our site. Learn more.

Tommaso Bikes Review

Founded in 1985, Tommaso was introduced to come up with state-of-art bike features. Over the years, more and more cyclists across the globe have been steadily feeling their impact.

Perhaps what stands out for Tommaso is that unlike most brands, the whole assembling process is done at the factory. As a result, they have come up with impeccable road bikes with a full Tommaso frame warranty.

 

 

 

History of Tommaso Bikes


When the bike company was being founded in 1985, it specialized in making road bikes; the designers had cycling beginners in mind. In fact, the name “Tommaso” was not inspired by any original founders but just the need to appeal to ordinary folks.

It is one of the most popular brands in the world thanks to its affordable rates. It traces its routes in Italy where engineering takes place before exportation to the US. The main headquarters where they do their assembly is in Denver, Colorado. Initially, they used stainless steel to produce the frames but slowly, aluminum was included to create a light brand.

Bicycle designers saw the need to create a unique road bike brand that would suit people of all colors, genders, and age groups.

Today, Tommaso bikes have come up with models such as track bikes, triathlon, fixed gears, and cyclocross bikes. Tommaso as a company values its customers’ satisfaction because they believe that’s the best way to promote their brand’s name. In fact, their employees are among the biggest users of these products.

Tommaso Bikes Logo

 

Technologies Used


Tommaso relies on Shimano Tiagra 4700 drivetrain to design the Ghisallo. This enables it to switch all 24 gears and attain a reasonable mileage.

Since it falls under the perfectly Elite Engineered Carbon Series (EECS) and the Flex Elimination System (FES). The frame is firm enough to give you good control power. Direct sales to the users are a clear justification of the company’s fairness in pricing.

The bikes use the best technologies characterized by a 19.8lbs small frame that offers the rider a firm grip. Unlike other brands, it has no reflectors. The Carbon Frame and Fork use Toray T700.

The frame is made of lightweight aluminum and steel fork that comes with a promise of durability. Other features include; Tommaso Corsa wheels, compact crank, Shimano Tiagra Shifters, and ultra-compact flattened top bar.

Source Tommasobikes.com)

 

Assembly


Tommaso technicians have partially assembled it in readiness for shipment. In fact, it is 99% assembled and prepared for tune-ups. It can be used on the road in less than 10 minutes after unwrapping it from your box. It is presented in various sizes that suit extra-small to extra-large cyclists.

Even better news is that all bikes from this company have a Manufacturer’s Component Warranty and a Tommaso Lifetime Frame Warranty.

They allow riders to test ride for a week before presenting their feedback. You are allowed to demand a new bike just in case you are not pleased with the features.

In other instances, a professional bike expert may be required to assemble and align the gears. Most local bike shops already have a technical expert to help you out but remember that this will come at a small fee.

Alternatively, you can also opt to purchase an already assembled bike on Amazon. Tommaso also sells other stuff like bike clothing and protective gear to go with their bikes.

 

Tommaso Bikes Range


The company still specializes in making road bikes like Performance Road, Endurance Road, Competition Road, and Adventure Bikes.

However, Tommaso has also ventured into Hybrid/Fitness bikes and Mountain bikes. They use top-notch engineering and quality components to come up with some awesome bikes that offer performance, convenience, and reliability.

 

1. Road
2. Adventure
3. Mountain
4. Hybrid

 


 

 

 

1. Tommaso Road bikes


Tommaso road bikes are conveniently used by cyclers participating in major cross-country competitions and touring excursions.

The Tommaso Imola has been redesigned using Shimano Claris drivetrain technology. With 24 speeds of pure power, it able to give you good steering control for maximum wind resistance.

Tommasso Forcella – MSRP $1,025
Tommaso Fascino – MSRP $875
Tommaso Imola – MSRP $975
Tommaso Illimiatate
Tommaso Monza – MSRP $1,175

tommaso road bikes

 

 

 

2. Tommaso Adventure bikes


The Tommaso Adventure bikes are the closest they have come to manufacturing an actual mountain bike – the Tommaso Gran Sasso.

This revolutionary bike is made to stretch the boundaries of what a road bike should do and hence it doesn’t conform to all the rules of a road bike. They can be used to commute and for adventures in all terrains.

The Tommaso Avventura Disc is one of the top adventure bikes which costs around $900

Tommaso Sentiero – MSRP $975
Tommaso Siena Disc – MSRP $875
Tommaso Sterrata – MSRP $1,025

Tommaso Avventura

Tommaso Aventura


 

 

 

3. Tommaso Mountain bikes

MSRP $875

The Tommaso Gran Sasso is great for beginners that looking for under $1,000 mountain bike. It features 29″ wheels, a 100mm travel SR Suntour SF15, 3×8 speed derailleurs with Shimano Altus and Acera. There’s also Shimano M315 hydraulic disc brakes on the bike, and Mingda DP-20 wheels. The aluminum frame is lightweight, and the geometry is also suitable for both men and women. With a head tube of 71’degrees and a seat tube of 73’degrees, it is a great all-around bike for urban commuters and light trails riders alike.

Size Chart >

 

 

 

4. Tommaso Hybrid bikes


Tommaso Hybrid bikes offer great value and comfort one would expect from a bicycle that would stand the test of time.

 

 

Tommaso Sorrento Fitness

MSRP $800

Sorrento is a fast hybrid yet a comfortable hybrid with 700c wheels and a 3×7 speed cassette. Its got a well-known Selle Royal Speed V saddle, 6061 aluminum frame, and Gel Grip handlebars.

It is old-school in a sense as it’s got V-brakes and a triple chainring in the front, but many of us won’t go along with the latest of trends, right? The bike rocks a Shimano Tourney groupest which is best suited for recreational cyclists. It is the lowest of grades you can get, but when taken proper care of, it will last for a long time.

Sorrento Fitness Bike

 


Tommaso Forza Disc

MSRP $850

The Forze Disc is a bike another great bike with 700x32c wheels and a 3×7 speed derailleur and Selle Royale saddle. The bike is quite comfortable due to the saddle and gel grips, and also the upright riding position. There’s also mechanical disc brakes that are a nice uprade over the V-brakes.

Forza Disc Fitness Bike

 


La Form Fitness Bike

MSRP $875

La Forma is  hybrid with a slight push towards road bikes. Its got a carbon fork to reduce vibration, 3x7speed Shimano Acera shifters and WTB saddle as a nice addition to the bike. Besides the nice look, it also performs well and is comfortable to ride during due to the upright riding position,

La Forma Fitness Bike


 

RELATED

Tommaso Imola Review

Tommaso Forcella Review

Tommaso Monza Review

Best Bike Brands

Best Road Bike Picks