Viking Milano Road Race bike review

 Viking Milano Road Race Bike Review

 A Review of  Viking Milano Road Race Bike, we will share our thoughts on this mountain bike through our extensive market research. The findings have come from customer testimonials and our professional expertise to see if the unique selling positions of this mountain bike are actually true

The Milano was built in 2013 and its the forth bike in the series, it has a lightweight 6061 aluminium tubing, the shimano handlebars indexed shirters are constructed for precise gear changing. I has an impressive 36 Viking deep section alloy rims with a quick release and a 23C tyres and higher gearing make it easier to achieve higher speeds than a mountain bike or hybrid. The bike is shipped 90% assembled in a sealed box which is a massive advantage.

The Viking brand was established in Wolverhampton in 1908, the Viking brand is renowned for the manufacturer of quality road bikes with a high standard of durability.

 Positives:
  • The Viking Brand is renowned for building quality road bikes
  • Positive lightweight 6061 aluminium mainframe
  • Alloy calliper brakesare fitted to slow the bike in all conditionsd.
  • Positive lightweight 6061 aluminium mainframe
Negatives:
  • Basic Saddle, however it is easily adjustable.
  • The colour green has an eliminate of love or hate as is not at everyone taste.
 Conclusion:
Buying from the Viking Brand is one way to ensure you’re buying a quality bike as of their reputation. For more reviews click
Specifications:
  • 36 hole deep section alloy rims with KT small flange quick release front hub
  • Frame made from aluminium mainframe, fork is made of high tensile steel; replaceable rear gear dropout
  • Shimano 14 speed with shimano SL-A050 handlebar mount control levers
  • Side pull calliper brakes with alloy levers
  • White alloy ahead stem with promax 42cm alloy road handlebars

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