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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Vitus Zenium. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- Shifting with the Shimano 105 groupset was a satisfying experience.
- Shimano RS170 wheels withstood messed-up city streets.
- The VR’s precise handling was complimented by experts.
- Power transfer was described as direct.
- Shimano BR-RS505 hydraulic brake action was ‘perfect’ in dry and wet conditions.
- Owners said the VR’s pearlescent green sheen ‘popped’ under sunlight.
- Thru-axles kept the VR staunch.
- 28c Continental Ultrasport II tires used extra width to float over broke streets.
- Handlebar sweep was appreciated for its ergonomic comfort.
- Pre-assembly from the retailer and / or manufacturer was lauded.
- A satisfied cyclist said that bartape was “really nice and cushioned”.
4 reasons not to buy
- Bartape on this rig has been called out for its scant width.
- Some owners felt that the VR was carrying some surplus weight.
- Some scratching was evident on a couple of new VRs. One had a small dent.
- A tall buyer’s VR came underendowed with a short, 300mm seatpost.