The Moda Vivo Disc is the British brand’s new entry-level carbon fibre road bike.
Moda says the Vivo Discs carbon frameset – designed, tested and assembled in Lancashire – has a comfort-oriented geometry. It is paired with disc brakes to suit riding across a variety of road types and conditions.
The Vivo Disc sits above the Vivo Rim in Moda’s range, offering not just ostensibly better brakes but a revised frame design featuring more aesthetically considered tube shaping that give it a premium look.
Priced from £2,449 there are more affordable ‘entry-level carbon bikes’ on the market, however Moda’s flexible component offering allows riders to opt for a more premium groupset or wheelset without having to invest in a higher tier package.
It’s a bike that, with the right fitting and spec choices, can offer comfort, speed and fun at a fairly reasonable price.
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