This year, most of the Embrocation / International Bicycle Center team is on Gauzletti frames, with the majority of them being on the Corsa. Our youngest team member, Evan, has found himself as the lone Cazzo rider so far this year. So far, so good as Evan has found himself with some solid rides on his new rig, and seems quite effusive about the rider versus the stainless steel bike he was on previously. Mostly, he talks about how much stiffer it is and how precise and quick the handling is. Here are a few images of Evan's complete Cazzo race bike.
Evan's bike has an Ultegra 6700 group with the addition of a Dura Ace 7800 SRM crankset unit.
Deda cockpit setup with Lizard Skins DSP 1.8 bar tape.
The Cazzo uses the Pegoretti Falz full carbon fork. Wheels are a custom tubular setup provided by Justin Spinelli at Luxe wheelworks.
A Prologo Scratch Pro saddle in their Hard Black color matches the matte black paint nicely.
The Pego-Richie tubing is an oversized version of Columbus's Spirit tubeset and makes the Cazzo one of the stiffest steel bikes available.
Gun Metal Grey logos on black makes for a stealthy, low-viz look and matches the functional, industrial look of the wheelset as well.