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The Giro ATT line of bikes from Bacchetta was the premium level of Giro's with aluminum frames and top-level components. Now, the 26" high-racer version (formerly called the Giro ATT-26) has been re-worked and re-christened as the Giro A26.
The Giro A26 sticks with the ATT-26's 26" wheels, standard EuroMesh seat, and pivoting handlebar stem, but it adds:
- Adroit rear dropouts accommodate 130mm road wheels or 135mm mountain bike (MTB) hub sizes
- larger fit-range for riders 37"-46" x-seam (standard size) or 41"-50" x-seam (large size)
- standard disc brakes
The Giro A26 is a beautifully-riding machine that brings the handling and speed of the Corsa into the realm of practical commuting and touring.