We took some photos on the hills around Cerreto Guidi.
Cerreto Guidi is a small town in the province of Firenze, in Tuscany, Italy. It is located near the town of Vinci, the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci. Cerreto Guidi is known for its production of quality wines, olive oil, and chestnuts. It is also home to a number of castles, churches, and villas. The most famous of these is the Villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi. This villa served as a retreat for many of the Medici family members throughout the 16th and 17th centuries. In addition, Cerreto Guidi is home to the International Museum of Ceramics, which contains a large collection of ceramic art from around the world.
This town is very close to our factory and we believe that taking photos here is a great idea to show where our bicycles are designed and built. The area is full of vineyards and olive groves, and it offers a great landscape for our photos. We strongly believe that a cyclist can feel the quality of an industrial bike. But in a craftsman bike you can go beyond and feel where the bike was conceived and built. In this way, we want to show a part of the soul of the people behind our product. Our photos can be seen as a tribute to all the people who are part of this project, and we are sure that they will appreciate it, and a tribute where we work to give the best of us to the next cyclist.
The bike in these photos is a Daccordi Julius. A steel mountain bike is a great choice for mountain biking because it is durable, affordable and has a classic aesthetic. Steel is one of the most reliable materials used in bicycle frames and components, making it an ideal choice for a mountain bike. Steel is also able to absorb shock and vibration, making it a great choice for rough terrain. Finally, steel frames have a classic look that many riders appreciate.