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Bottecchia USA

5950 Fm 1960 Road West
Houston, TX
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(281) 583-2453


5 out of 5 stars
Posted Feb 23, 2015

I put 2 of these together for my pals & one for myself, great bikes. I would suggest Forte carbon handlebars as the first improvement. Seat post & saddle to follow. Cannot beat the price for what major frame & components you get.
5 out of 5 stars
By John F from Caseyville, TX
Posted Oct 10, 2012

I picked up my 2008 Sprint CF66 Pro used on craigslist for really cheap($450)..replaced the bar,stem and seatpost with carbon upgrades..added Vuelta Corsa lite wheels and resold the stock wheels and alloy parts...and now have a full carbon 16.5lb ride for $700!!! This Bottecchia is really a great bike at any price.The frame is made by ADK Taiwan who also makes many of the big name american frames!
5 out of 5 stars
By Steve C. from Spring, TX
Posted Jan 27, 2012

I purchased my bike in Jan. 2010. The Bottecchia CF67 PRO. Not new to cycling (my old 10 speed) was from my high school college days. In college my bike was my transport. Fast forward a lot of years and I decide I am going to do this again! A lot of research and me being cost conscience I went and looked at Cycle Spectrum in Houston, TX. About 20 miles from where I live. Brian Mathewson, the person who helped me, was very helpful and informative. I have ridden my bike about 500 miles. I know this is not a lot but I don't do races I don't do the BP MS 150. I ride for me (and I need to do more). However at 49, I am in pretty good shape 5'6" 147# and work out in gym. I really like my bike! Especially for what I paid for it($1399.00). It is $100 cheaper online and dlivered but you put together!. I do not ride every day, heck I may not ride for 3 months but when I do I like IT! MY bike with Shimano Ultegra 6700 components and I mean shifters, front derailer, rear derailer, cassette (10 speed) and chain (10 speed), is super smooth and efficient. I bought Shimano SPD shoes and bike shorts (a must) a helmet ($80 on sale $30) matches the bike in red and black. I bought a water bottle and holder on ebay as well as a tire pump(150 psi). I bought a cateye 3 which measures heart rate, cadence, speed,miles traveled etc. I looked at Cannondale and Specialized but just could not justify the price difference for similar Shimano components. I ride the bike for me not for everyone who sees me! I have been very happy so far! Hope this helps for others thinking of getting into cycling again!!!!!!!!
5 out of 5 stars
By Vladimir B from Santa Rosa, CA
Posted Oct 18, 2011

I bought my CF 67 Sprint Pro a full Ultegra 6700 with a compact SL-K Light carbon crankset, great performance cane creek SCR-6 brakes, Vuelta Road Pro wheels and super-light Kenda Concept tires (195 gr) in August 2010. Since then, I have ridden it now for 3000 miles in its stock form including many climbing miles, centuries and the Alta Alpina Challenge and the bike has been solid in frame and componentry. The only thing I have replaced so far is the back tire with the version of the Koncept Kenda makes for Performace Bike ($ 21.95) and I use ultra-light tubes. The wheels have been solid in the notoriusly rough roads in Sonoma County and I am confident in their strength. I'm 5'7'' and my bike frame is the 50cm, rather than buying upgraded wheels and components I have ridden the bike whenever I get a chance and have dropped 10lbs since I first got it (an improvement in my power-to-weight ratio not achievable by spending your money on components). This sweet handling bike puts a smile on my face and even more so when I'm passing people who paid almost as much for wheels only as I paid for my bike. You can't touch anything Trek, Giant, Cervelo, etc, at any bike shop that comes even close without paying more than double.
5 out of 5 stars
By Tommy G. from St. Petersburg, FL
Posted Aug 5, 2011

I purchased the CF672 for a bit more than a GR$. It hooked me so bad I have upgraded crank, seat & stem, bars and wheels -- all carbon. Topped it of w/ Sram Force group. It is a rocket and when challenged -- I rarely get passed. Check out the European versions and you will find this can be as good/better. Bottecchia rocks -- Velocita Uccide!
5 out of 5 stars
By Cam W from Darien, CT
Posted Mar 25, 2011

Bought this bike frame while in college in Oregon in 2007. Put my own parts on it in a tri style format. Since 2007 I have abused the crap out of this frame. At 6ft 8in and 200lbs I am a big dude and have ridden this bike hard and put it up wet for 4 years. Frame has shown no signs of letting up. It is light, responsive and looks sexy in clear coat carbon with thick 1/4in carbon weave. has done very well on hills and flats alike and has handled Oregon, Central New York, and Florida weather with ease. I've ridden some 4000$ bikes that don't feel this nice. I definitely recomend (but for petes sake don't put those ugly ass Bottecchia decals on)!!!
4 out of 5 stars
By Glen W from Pueblo, CO
Posted Mar 9, 2011

Have been an avid cyclist for almost 30 years. Actively raced for 15 and owned several brands bikes American and Italian.
Last spring I pruchaced at Carbon Dura Ace Bottecchia, with full knowledge it was made in the far east. I would venture to guess 85 to 90% of bikes are made there now.
As for my Bottecchia CF79, the workmanship is excellent. I am sure it is not the highest level of Carbon Fiber out there but unless you are a Cat 2 racer or higher this bike is an excellent choice.
I made some changes as the seat post, seat, and handle bars are not very good. I replaced the seat post and bars with very good Carbon fiber goods, put on a Specialized Toupe Saddle, and purchased a set of Vuleta Corsa Lite wheels. So for a total cost of about 2200.00 I have a 16 lb. bike. It performs as well as the Trek Madone, Speicalized Tarmc and Felt that my friends ride.
4 out of 5 stars
By Derek R. from Indianapolis, IN
Posted Apr 2, 2010

I am a new rider and have not been on a bike since I was probably 10 years old. I couldn't justify spending $1500 on a new bike at my local store. I did a lot of research on line and finally went with a Bottecchia USA bike. It was $799 and has similar components to bikes that ran $1500. I know that road bike purists would not agree with my decision but I decided to take a chance.

I received the bike via mail in a couple of days after purchase. It was in very good condition and I was able to put it together on my own. I took it for a ride and realized it needed to be tuned up. After doing so with the services of my local shop I am very pleased. I'm not sure what a bike at twice the cost would feel like but this one does the trick for me. It responds nicely and rides smoothly. If you are like me and just getting in to riding I would suggest this bike to you.

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