I hope that isn't the new mash...
here's another vig paintjob:
and some footstraps (hahaha):
Could be a prototype they don't want to reveal yet so it was left decal-less. Just like how some car companies black out their prototypes so features aren't shown when testing on the track.
Who needs a sig....oh wait.
They're prototypes and were unpainted raw aluminum. They've both been spray painted. The green one is Chas' that I took off his instagram. This blue one is Walton's which I took picture of with my own phone.
Here is the frame without paint:
This is a picture I took after Walton let me ride it around the block:
Lost (found perhaps? haha) in translation was bondo, it's not suppose to be there
No longer pursuit top tube
Less steep seat tube to accommodate UCI regulations
Fork with less rake
Seatstays will be thinner and not thicken/flatten
The seatstays and top tube were not the tubes they spec'd and bondo was there for no reason. It's a prototype, so it's whatever.
meh, don't see why they couldn't just give the vigorelli a tapered headtube and kept the mash with a pursuit top tube... then again, it is kind of pointless to have pursuit top tube if everyone uses spacers or risers. i just don't see any significant innovation so might as well have left it the way it is.
it is like bianchi going from pista concept to super pista; a much more generic bike taking the place of something with originally clean and elegant lines.
i would ride a bike with that pink paint scheme. me gusta
i like the yellow one
jk you guys are pansies