Tifosi is the brainchild of British company Chicken Cycle Kit, distributor of Campagnolo and Cinelli, alongside other – mainly Italian – marques.
It started out making audax and winter training bikes, but has now branched out to race bikes – and this disc-braked road-cum-gravel Cavazzo.
It comes with front and rear thru-axles, though the mix of a 15mm front and 12mm rear is one you’re more likely to find on a mountain bike than a road machine. However, it does ensure resolute rigidity with no disc rub at any point.
Understated good looks
The Cavazzo has a somewhat low-key frameset, though some described the combination of matt and gloss primer grey and black as ‘handsome’. The angular frame has pretensions towards being an all-road machine, but the geometry is very much standard road bike fare, with only minor nods in the direction of distance and rough-stuff riding.
The front end is just 10mm taller than Tifosi’s out-and-out road bikes
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