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  • Vilano Tuono Performance Hybrid Flat Bar Commuter Road Bike (700c, 21 Speed Shimano) - 54 cm
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Vilano Performance 700C-21 Speed Shimano Hybrid Flat Bar Commuter Road Bike

by Vilano
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Price: $256.64 - $499.99
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  • Hybrid fitness bike with Shimano components and 700c wheels
  • 6061 Aluminum Aero Performance Hybrid Frame with Integrated Headset
  • Alloy linear pull cantilever V-brakes and double wall alloy rims
  • Adjustable stem and compact frame provide comfortable fit
  • Free Pedals Included
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Product Description

The Vilano performance hybrid bike offers Shimano components for fast, fun fitness riding and commuting. It features a 6061 Aluminum frame with aero tubing and an integrated straight blade fork. The Shimano components provide fast reliable gear changes. Additional features include water bottle mounts, rear rack mounts and ergo comfort saddle.

Full Specs:
  • Speeds: 21
  • Frame: 6061 Double Butted Aluminum
  • Fork: Hi-Ten steel straight blade
  • Shifters: Shimano TX-50 3/7 Speed SIS
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano TX51
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano TX35
  • Crankset: ProWheel Triple w/ chainguard 48/38/28T
  • Stem: Alloy
  • Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge
  • Freewheel: Shimano MF-TZ21 7 speed
  • Chain: KMC Z
  • Hubs: 32-hole KT Alloy w/ Quick Release
  • Rims: 700c Doubled Walled CNC Machined Sides
  • Tires: Kenda 700c x 28c
  • Brakes: Alloy Linear Pull V-Brake
  • Headset: Integrated Sealed 1 1/8" Alloy
  • Handlebar: Alloy Riser
  • Saddle: Ergo Comfort
  • Seatpost: Alloy

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009URZ8LK
  • Item model number: 553-TUONO-F-WHT-50-p
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,643 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

If this is your first performance bike, I recommend it!
Maurice Peterson
This bike was very easy to put together and I had a knowledgeable, cyclist buddy of mine fine-tune it for me.
Kevin Phillips
The deraileurs and shifters work well once properly adjusted.
Gordon Harris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Harris on July 31, 2012
I ordered three Vilano Performance Hybrid flat bar bikes for my bicycle touring company BikeNewEngland and received them quickly in good condition. This bike is similar in style to the Fuji Absolute and Jamis Coda, but about half the price. You will need some bike repair experience and tools to make a few relatively minor adjustments. You will have to slightly loosen the bearings in the headset, front wheel bearings and the pedals-- they were all torqued quite tight on all three bikes. The wheels are quite good and will need just some minor truing. The brake and derailleur cables and stops will also need minor normal adjustments. The deraileurs and shifters work well once properly adjusted. The frames and paint job are good, although there was a small chip in the paint on two forks. There is also only one set of holes for a bottle cage. Oddly, the only lettering is the word Vilano, without any model, size or other information. There are three sizes, 50 cm, 54 cm, and 58 cm, but you will find that they equate to medium large, large and extra large. The 50 cm will not fit a person shorter than 5'6". The 58 cm will easily fit a person over 6' tall. On our BikeNewEngland North Shore tours we visit the historic and natural areas on the North Shore of Massachusetts, riding 30-50 miles each day......

After spending a week touring on these bikes I return now to update my review. All components held up well, and the shifters and brakes worked flawlessly. I discovered that the rear wheel bearings on one bike were not tight enough, causing the wheel to wobble, but this was easy to correct. The wheels and spokes stayed true. The adjustable handlebar stems were easy to change to upright positions -- there is a set screw underneath in addition to the bolt going through the stem.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Sanislo Jr. on July 16, 2012
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I'm very satisfied with operation of this bike, but not with Vilano's customer service. More about that later. Let's talk about the good stuff first:

I use this bike as a road bike for daily exercise and as a touring bike for longer trips. I've logged over 250 miles on this bike during my first 2 weeks of ownership and except for a minor adjustment to the front brake and derailleur, this bike has operated flawlessly. The seat didn't agree with me, so I swapped it out with one from my old bike.

The quality of the components exceeded my expectations for a $300 bike. The 6061 alloy frame was well constructed and the bike included a number of name-brand components including Kenda tires. I was expecting to see a steel seat post, but to my surprise, it too was alloy.

I'm six feet tall and weigh about 185 and find the bike to be comfortable - even on a recent 65 mile trip. This bike performs well and feels much safer than my previous bike.

Assembly was quick and straightforward but I can't stress enough the importance of mechanical `know-how' when it comes to properly assembling any bike. An instruction book can't teach you how to not-strip a thread on the crank or tell you how tight to set a bolt. If you don't have that mechanical `know how', let someone else assemble the bike for you - it's way too easy to make a mistake that can cause major damage the bike, reduce its performance, or cause a safety issue.

Having said that, the factory assembled components required almost no adjustment. The wheels spun true, the brakes and derailleur worked properly.

Now for the `but ...'

I received the bike in its original sealed factory box which ws in pristine condition. I carefully removed the bike from the box.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Canaan on June 14, 2011
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This flat road bike is for the price, absolutely decent. The Steel Fork though could possibly bring you trouble, quality control is sub par on this one, nothing is aligned! Not until you place the Front Rim into it. By The Way, the front hub is absolute garbage (no sealed bearing, the ball bearings). But you know what? I am giving this product four star, because with little work, this one is a champ. The Front derailleur was hard to tweak.

Overall a good buy.

I replaced mine with bontrager rim, and saddle. If you are not scared of tweaking things a bit, this bike is a steal!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JEMc on September 20, 2012
Bought this bike for those (ever increasing) days I'm not into stretchy pants and clicky shoes. Bike rideable after simple assembly. Needed shift cable adjustment, wheel truing and rerouting of front brake cable (to provide adequate slack - match routing in photo) to "finish" the job. Expected to change seat and pedals going in. Seat ain't that bad; pedal lugs and sneaker treads don't mate up well. Not sure of fork composition, but it is magnetic. Plenty of clearance for bigger tires. Until packaging modified, scratch on outside of one fork leg likely. 54cm model was 27 1/4 pounds on digital bathroom scale. Don't understand Amazon's all over pricing on various sizes/colors; shop. Only rated it 4-stars to alert those that can not/should not be involved in do-it-yourself assembly/adjustments. Would buy again without hesitation.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By mdicino on July 9, 2012
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All posted reviews have common comment that front derailleur adjustment is difficult - yes it is! Needed three tries to find best high/low setting to minimize chain contact in various rear gear combos. I am a Mech E and decided to put my good eye and micrometer to use as some have suggested problem with derailleur...not so! The clear opening on this derailleur is ~15 mm -> compared that to my $1500 road bike with Shimano 105 and nearly same. Then I mic'd the crankset offset between the large and small chainrings....that is where we find the problem. On my roadbike the offset is ~16 mm, nearly same as the opening on the derailleur....but on the Vilano the offset is more like 20 mm! So, the chain moves farther between the small and large chaingrings than the derailleur can handle...I also noticed that the runout on the crankset is horrible, the chain deflects something like 3 mm during a full rotation. Bottom line, I will ask Vilano for a replacement or upgrade to a real Shimano MTB crankset of better quality. We are o.k. with Saddle and shift levers are fine. The 6061 frame is so sweet it makes the bike feel nearly like a roadbike under pedal. My roadbike just lost a shifter and that is a $300 part...think about it this whole bike was nearly that! Great value, just needs an upgraded crankset! (Will keep eye on ball bearings on front axle...if they fail, will u/g to sealed bearings).
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