The Giro 26 was introduced in 2005 and became an instant recumbent bicycle classic. It’s the perfect solution for recumbent riders that love the dual 26″ recumbent format for commuting and hardcore touring, but want room for fatter tires and fenders not found on its roadie brethren. This bent is all about taking on life day to day; a great ride and an even greater value for 2010.
A word about the Giro line of short-wheelbase recumbents- Giro means “tour” in Italian and that’s the mentality Bacchetta built these recumbents around: Tough bikes that handle extremely well and can be loaded up for the long haul or the hectic, everyday commute. In short, the Bacchetta Giro line is about dependability. If you want a “do all” bike, check out their Giro lineup and see why it’s the Gold Standard in short-wheelbase touring and commuting recumbents.