Back in August we brought you the first look at the new Mortirolo from Wilier, of which you can re-live here. Aside from looking fantastic, as most of the Wilier range does, it comes in uner £1500, which for a quality carbon frame and a decent spec, is seriouly good value for money. A full Record Ultra Torque specced bikes will only push the credit card to a smidge over £2000.
The Cento though, is striking in appearance. The swooping top tube is designed to celebrate the centenary of the bike company’s history. Unidirectional carbon provides a 900g fork, for a large.
More info at www.wilierbikes.co.uk
Koga’s always manage to look nice, as this one didn’t dissapoint. Koga importers, AMBA also had this really cute little bell on their stand, not sure if it’ll actually see production but we want one…
More details at www.koga.com
Intense is a big name in the world of MTB’s, but we didn’t realise they made road bikes. We don’t know much about this frame, except it’s carbon, and looks rather snazzy – we’ll get some more info soon… www.intensecycles.com
French based Sunn have been around for a long while, and have much success on the MTB side of things. They’ve recently hooked up with a new UK importer, and have a completely new range of bikes. They’ve started from scratch, and they look good. www.sunnbicycle.com