Our bossman Sherwin has been a man of steel and we often wonder about his brain if they are of the same material as well.
Jokes aside, being a fan of old steeler such as 3rensho, Samson, Stinner, Bishop Bikes etc, he was very intrigued when he discovered about Cicli Bonanno.
With a clean and minimalist look in his mind, he wanted to build a steed that allows him to travel with it without the worry of damaging it during air transportation and the Mogast by Cicli Bonanno caught his eye for something that can help him with climbing overseas!
What captivated him was the story of how the frame was designed from. MOGAST was named after three big climbs in Italy which are Motirolo, Gavia and Stelvio. The fork used was also a Pegoretti Falz which further enticed him.
The paint scheme was after an old Alfa Romeo that Sherwin found and wanted to pay homage to the nationality of builder Niccolo Bonanno.
Tthe components has to be Italian as well to complete the overall build given how purist Sherwin has always claimed to be.
The deda superleggero rs seatpost has its red decals removed off to have the bike in an all black look such that the frame stands out and matching it off with the limited Chris King Bourbon Headset, this green climber was completed but hardly see miles on the road (is that the case with every bicycle shop owner?!)
The overall bike and the bossman himself was fitted by the respected Fitskuul throughout the whole custom build process.
Who thinks that Sherwin should sell the bike since he has not been doing justice to this bike, kindly leave a comment!
|Frameset||Cicli Bonnano Mogast|
|Wheelset||Campagnolo WTO Bora 33|
|Stem||Deda Superleggera RS Limited|
|Seatpost||Deda Superleggero RS|
Deda Superleggera RS Limited
|Pedals||Look Keo Blade|