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    Marinoni Sportivo 2010 custom geometry with Zona Tubing

    Here is mine. Main ride is now Argon 18 Gallium but this still gets lots of use. Now has Zonda 2-way Fits and 11 Speed Chorus/Athena drivetrain.

    In Victoria where the Giro pink is now in vogue

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    Quote Originally Posted by redvespablur View Post
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    Marinoni Sportivo 2010 custom geometry with Zona Tubing

    Here is mine. Main ride is now Argon 18 Gallium but this still gets lots of use. Now has Zonda 2-way Fits and 11 Speed Chorus/Athena drivetrain.

    In Victoria where the Giro pink is now in vogue
    That's awesome. I'm from Victoria as well! Go Hesjedal!

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    I just had my 06 Leggero repainted and updated with an Athena drivetrain and 3T attachments:
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    Hey, how is the Marinoni holding up? I am on the market for a new bike and am considering it. During the week I commute and on the weekends I ride with a bunch of roadies. I am looking for something that will allow me to keep up to them. So far, I am considering the Marinoni Sportivo and the Specialized Secteur. Thoughts?

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    I have a 2012 Marinoni VR3 with Campagnolo Veloce gruppo.........and love it !!!!

    Bought it directly from Marinoni in Mascouche (near my place).......and was able to fully customize the paint !!!!

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    Good to see some recent activity on the Marinoni thread... they are releasing a couple of new road models, the Genius and Primo.

    Eck, I don't really know about the Spec. Secteur other than just now checking it out online. It looks like a nice bike and has both Carbon and Al options, along with a range of equipment options. Looks like a great club/fitness/gran fondo bike.

    Sportivos are available too in a range of frame and spec. options, none of which is Aluminium. For a commuter, its good to have mudguard and rack mounts, which you get on the Sportivo. These are also customizable, at least in the Titanium option, so you can make fit adjustments and tire clearance precisions and additional braze ons.


    Ultimately, the two bikes are very different, even though they occupy a similar niche. As a Marinoni owner, I have a strong preference for what this type of company provides.

    I have no idea what your budget is or what your commute is like or whether the bike will be stored indoors or out during the day. I myself have a dedicated bike for communting and use my Marinoni strictly for fitness riding. Hope this helps.

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