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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Tommaso Siena. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- For the low price, the frame and component group was considered good value.
- The Siena rode well on gravel, dirt and paved surfaces.
- Good braking was reported from Avid BB5 discs, even in rain and mud.
- Higher gears suited faster riding on flats.
- A couple of riders remarked on the silent operation of the Siena.
- One owner described this bike as “beautiful”.
- Some buyers said this bike arrived well packed and protected.
- More than one buyer found assembly easily.
7 reasons not to buy
- Two owners felt that the Shimano Tourney drivetrain was slow to shift gears.
- An owner’s spoke snapped after two weeks, another’s after 310mi.
- Front forks arrived bent and squashed, in two separate instances.
- Paint was chipping in various areas, on an owner’s new Siena.
- Some buyers said that parts were not greased from new.
- A damaged saddle ripped a rider’s shorts asunder.
- For one owner, a jar of top-up paint was spilt over their small parts box.