Moda Senza track bike review

Moda Senza track bike
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Aside from its riding performance, the overall look of the Senza is quietly understated but classic, with the slim tubes and subtle finish giving it a simple but elegant look, perhaps attracting those who prefer their personal performances to shout louder than their bike. At almost double the price of the Moda Forte, coming in at just under £2,000, you could argue that the Senza might appeal to a more committed track racer, but equally it might also entice those wanting something that both performs and looks a little more special than your average track bike.

Reasons to buy
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    Rare titanium track bike

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    Well balanced spec

Reasons to avoid
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    Bars a little too wide

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The Moda Senza immediately stands out as a rare breed of track bike - one hewn from titanium.

With a brushed finish and clean graphics, the frameset proudly announces its credentials and instantly raises eyebrows and demands questions, in particular about its stiffness and strength when considering the demands of track riding and racing.

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