It's a bold move to name a bike after such a pivotal juncture of a world-renowned bike race, but the Mekk Poggio 3.0 carbon road bike has the goods to propel you to glory on any road you ride. The classic fit of the full-carbon Poggio 3.0 was conceived to produce the perfect all-rounder, now with an updated MU monocoque carbon frame and 3K carbon 1-1/8" to 1.5" tapered fork at its core. There's a bevy of Shimano's remarkable 11-speed mechanical Ultegra components throughout - just a hair's breadth away from Dura-Ace in performance at a much more economical price. There's Ultegra 11-speed shifter/brake levers, front and rear derailleurs, plus a compact 50/34 crankset that deliver incredible performance, renowned Shimano quality, all in a lightweight package. The all-round theme continues through the wheelset -- Shimano RS30 aluminum hoops with 30mm rims and bladed spokes -- plus there's a serious rubber spec courtesy of the Continental Ultra Sport II tires. Capped off with an Italian-made Selle San Marco ERA Dynamic saddle, you know this rig means business.
Mekk is the brainchild of Mark Edwards (ME) and Ken Knight (KK), a pair of Brits with extensive experience in high-performance cycling at both the racing and production end of the spectrum, and they've delivered a tour de force bike worthy of the legacy of Milan-San Remo's iconic Poggio ascent.