No one has yet to actually point out What the "problem" with the Sarto-built Mondo is... I mean in actual technical terms. What is wrong with the layup, workmanship, geometry, finish or quality of carbon used considering,the price paid?
would be interesting to actually forget the logo and forego the hype of lets say Cannondale and judge the Mondo on exactly what it is instead of what some hype buyers think it is? Can someone please point out the insufficiency or actual fault in the design/build spec of the Mondo and where it as such fails to meet or exceed its price point?
Commenta like "buy a pedal force" just seem uneducated at best...
Since their website states nothing besides marketing hype about how great and super it is, and Planet X typically has only sold open mold Chinese stuff at a markup, this new "partnership" with a full custom frame producer really seems like more open mold stuff that Sarto doesn't want to put it's name on but needs to make back the cost of their molds...
Not to mention anything that from the factory advertises a 25% discount on MSRP has an overly marked up MSRP to try to look like it fits in a class better than it really does.
From casual observation the bottom bracket shell looks paper thin, where every other manufacturer on planet EARTH is moving towards thicker, stiffer BB's.
Most manufacturers who aren't supplying their own forks are going with the known big brands 3T, Easton, ENVE never seen a Deda fork, but looking at retail it seems like a cheap alternative to the proven ones mentioned above...
Someone is welcome to be a guinea pig with their 1500 euros, I'll get my popcorn ready.
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