Today I am writing about Andrea Piccolo’s 2023 Bike Size.
In case you don’t know who is Andrea Piccolo, he is one of those super-talented young riders joining the pro peloton.
Andrea joined the team EF Education-EasyPost on August 2022 with a contract up to 2024 included.
As soon as the young Italian rider joined the World Tour’s team, Andrea started racing on some end-of-the-season classics.
Already a Great Rider
He finished 5th on the Maryland Cycling Classic, 3rd on the Coppa Agostini – Giro Del Brianze, 11th on Il Lombardia, and 2nd on the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race.
It looks like the Team EF Education-EasyPost has picked up a promising rider.
Racing besides some of the most experienced professional riders like Richard Carapaz, Rigoberto Uran, Neilson Powless, and Alberto Bettiol will boost the learning curve of young Piccolo.
Hopefully, the big brothers will explain about gears.
Don’t look at the rear derailleur on the picture linked on the SprintCycling Photo here if you have a soft heart.
Now let’s look at Piccolo’s bike size.
The bike setup information is provided by Andrea himself. I am thankful and appreciate his responses over time.
I will keep on updating this page as I gather more information about the bike fitting of Andrea Piccolo.
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Piccolo’s SuperSix Size
Andrea Piccolo is 1m82 tall and rides the Cannondale SuperSix EVO size 56 (M).
On its website, Cannondale recommends size 56 to cyclists measuring from 1m77 to 1m85.
The Prologo saddle is set at 770mm in height. As always, this is the distance between the center of the bottom bracket (BB) and the top of the saddle.
The seat post has a 15mm setback.
At the time of writing, Andrea has not provided the saddle’s setback, nor the distance between the front of the saddle and the Vision handlebar.
Andrea uses a one-piece Vision Bar/Stem combo. The stem is 120mm long, and the handlebar width is 390mm.
The FSA crank arms are 175mm long, and the pedals are the Wahoo Speedplay Aero. The Team EF Education-EasyPost is the only team on the UCI World Tour to use these pedals.
Many professional cyclists and bike fitters like the Wahoo Speedplay pedals for their adjustability.
Andrea Piccolo wears a POC Ventra Lite helmet, POC sunglasses, Rapha team cycling jersey and bib-shorts, and white Specialized S-Works Torch cycling shoes. (As seen on Corvos Photos website linked here)
To monitor the data from the power meter and the WHOOPS skin temperature sensor, Piccolo’s bike is fitted with a Wahoo Elemnt GPS cycling computer on the front of the Metron handlebar via a Silca Chisela 3D printed computer mount.
The Cannondale SuperSix EVO 2023 of Andrea Piccolo cost approximately 15,000 USD.
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