Tommaso Monza

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Tommaso Monza. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

7 reasons to buy

  • Owners say the Monza is a great bike for the price.
  • The Monza is relatively lightweight.
  • Shimano’s Tiagra 2x10-speed drivetrain is above average at this price.
  • Owners say the shifting is responsive and smooth.
  • The brakes provide “strong” stopping power, according to owners.
  • An owner appreciates the carbon fork’s vibration damping.
  • The Monza has mounts for a rear rack.

7 reasons not to buy

  • Owners recommend replacing the “garbage” tires and tubes.
  • Many riders complain about the uncomfortable stock saddle.
  • Buyers advise a professional assembly to minimize issues. This is also a requirement for the frame warranty.
  • Tommaso doesn’t provide the tools required for assembly.
  • A buyer describes the owner’s manual as useless.
  • The Corsa TC-40 wheels are “heavy,” according to one owner
  • Two owners report issues with broken spokes upon arrival or during initial rides.

Bottom line

The Tommaso Monza is an entry-level aluminum road bike with a carbon-fiber fork, 2x10-speed gearing, and caliper brakes. Owners praise the low weight, vibration-damping carbon fork, ample stopping power, and smooth-shifting Shimano Tiagra drivetrain. However, they advise upgrading the "terrible" tires and low-end saddle to get the most out of it. Likewise, the heavy rims and problems with spokes disappoint. Despite these complaints, owners consider the Tommaso Monza great value but recommend professional assembly. Buyers should also consider alternatives like the GT Grade and Cannondale Synapse, which offer disc brakes and brand-name reliability at similar price points.

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User Ratings

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