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Bacchetta Giro 26





The Giro 20 recumbent bike was designed for the person who wants the perfect all-around ride. Not only does this bike take the rigors of commuting and touring head on with its time tested chromoly frame, its stretched wheelbase also takes on potholes and rough roads with ease.

The Giro 20 is built to be tough and makes getting out there and riding your recumbent bicycle as easy as hopping on. This rugged recumbent has generated a serious buzz with the commuting and touring crowd, because it really is the ultimate in comfort, quality, and value. Check out the specs, and we guarantee that you'll be heading to your local Bacchetta recumbent bicycle dealer for a test ride!


Frame: Bacchetta Custom Ovalized Cro-Moly, w/Disc Brake Tab
Fork: Bacchetta cro-moly w/Disc Brake Tab, 1-1/8"
Seat: Bacchetta Re-curve or EuroMesh
Handlebar: Bacchetta Aluminum "Tweener"
Stem: Bacchetta "B-Pivot" Adjustable Stem
Rear Derail: SRAM X7
Front Derail: Microshift R439 SS
Shifters: SRAM X7
Crankset: FSA/Tempo 52/42/30T
Bottom Bracket: FSA, BB-7420ST (68*116mm) square
Headset: FSA Orbit-X, 1-1/8" Threadless
Cassette: SRAM PG950 11-34t, 9spd
Front Brake: Avid Single Digit 5, V-brake
Rear Brake: Avid Single Digit 5, V-brake
Brake Levers: Avid FR-5
Front Wheel: Alex DA16, 20" (406), w/disc hubs
Rear Wheel: Alex DA16, 26" (559), w/disc hubs
Front Tire: Kenda Kwest, 20" x 1.25"
Rear Tire: Kenda Kwest, 26" x 1.25"
Chain: KMC Z99
Pedals: Wellgo LU897
BB Height: 27.25"
Seat Height: 24"mid range
Wheelbase: 47"
Weight: 31 lbs. w/EuroMesh seat, 33.5 lbs. w/ReCurve (w/out Pedals)
Weight Limit: 275 lbs.* (*Rider and Gear Makes Up Weight Limit Total)
Gear Range: 22-116"
Color: Red
Frame Size: Small, Medium/Large
X-Seam: Small: 36"-45", M/L: 40"-49"
MSRP: $2900.00
Accessories: Fender Set, Universal Rear Rack,(OFA Bag, Big Bag, Brainbox bag (Fits EuroMesh Only), X-Eyed Top Tube Bag, Zefal Spy mirror


A word about our Giro line of short-wheelbase recumbents
Giro means “tour” in Italian and that’s the mentality we built these recumbents around: Tough bikes that handle extremely well and can be loaded up for the long haul or the hectic, everyday commute. In short, our Giro line is about dependability. If you want a “do all” bike, check out our Giro lineup and see why it’s the Gold Standard in short-wheelbase touring and commuting recumbents.

Questions? Call 847-692-4240 or email us.

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