Bike Check: Andrea Bruno's Transition Covert

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Italian Enduro Champion, Andrea Bruno, takes us through the Transition Covert he used to win the 2010 and 2011 Superenduro series. -By Matt Wragg
For a big guy he runs a small bike. At 184cm, Andrea is just over 6-ft in old money, yet he runs a medium frame.
Custom Marzocchi 55 Micro Ti. He wasn't giving much away about the internals, but that blue is the color of the azzuri, Italy's national sports teams.
Protone scandium cranks - featherlight, superstiff and Italian-made. All kept in check by a CSixx carbon chain device. Today he had a 32t ring in there, but uses 34t for the shorter courses.
Andrea varies his tire choice, but he's running 2.35 Kenda tubeless tires on his bike right now.
The Spanish Blacx adjustable seat post features a mechanical system and 110mm of travel.
A nice wide 765mm bar and 50mm stem up front for maximum descent control.
Andrea is one of the few top enduro riders on flat pedals these days, but he feels more comofortable descending on them and nobody's timing you when you're going up!
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Take a ride with Andrea on his Covert and see just why he's the Italian champ. Video by Ready2Ride.
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Italian Enduro Champion, Andrea Bruno, takes us through the Transition Covert he used to win the 2010 and 2011 Superenduro series.
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