This Moser Bikes Speed Sora is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
|White / Red||47cm|
|White / Red||50cm|
|White / Red||52cm|
|White / Red||55cm|
|White / Red||58cm|
With a light alloy frame, Shimano Sora components and distinctive Italian styling, the Moser Speed is the ideal introduction to performance road bikes. Perfect for ambitious new riders or experienced cyclists looking for an excellent value training bike.
|Number of gears:||18|
|Front Axle Type:||9mm QR|
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
Frame and Fork
The Moser Speed is built on a 7005 T6 Alloy frame which is heat treated for enhanced strength and stiffness. It provides a light, responsive ride with reactive handling and plenty of feedback from the road. The frame features external cable routing throughout, twin bottle cage bosses and a replaceable forged aluminium derailleur hanger to preserve the frame in the event of damage. The fork features carbon fibre legs and an alloy steerer for reduced weight and agile steering characteristics.
Shimano Sora Groupset
The Speed comes equipped with Shimano Sora groupset components including brake levers/gear shifters, front and rear derailleurs and brake callipers. Sora offers smooth, serviceable shifting across 18 gears, dependable braking performance and neat, unobtrusive cable routing beneath the bar tape. The chainset is provided by FSA components and features 50 and 34 tooth chain rings for a great balance of top speed and climbing ability.
Fulcrum Racing Sport Wheelset
The specification includes Fulcrum Racing Sport wheels, offering fast acceleration, agile cornering and smooth rolling characteristics. The Racing Sport wheelset features a clincher tyre profile, rim wear indicators and a 2:1 spoke pattern on the rear wheel for improved stability and power transfer. Quick release axles are provided for quick and easy maintenance and transport.
Each Moser Speed is prepared by our team of qualified mechanics, tested, tuned and carefully boxed before being sent to you.
Note: Manufacturer may reserve the right to change the specification of that listed or shown on this page.
Moser Speed Sora 2013 Specification
|Bottle Cage Mounts||Seat tube and down tube|
|Front Derailleur Mount||Braze on front derailleur with clamp|
|Dropouts||Replaceable forged aluminium rear dropout and derailleur hanger|
|Fulcrum Racing Sport|
|Brake Levers/Shifters||Shimano Sora|
|Chainset||FSA Omega Compact, 50t - 34 tooth |
|Bottom Bracket||FSA MegaExo|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Sora|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Sora|
|Brake Calipers||Shimano Sora, cartridge type rubber insert|
|Chain||Shimano Sora 9 speed|
|Cassette||Shimano Sora 9 speed 11-25 tooth|
|Handlebar||FSA Vero, alloy, compact, 31.8mm |
|Stem||FSA OS-190, alloy |
|Seat Post||FSA-SL-280, alloy|
|Saddle||Selle San Marco Ponza|
|Tyres||Vittoria Zaffiro, 700 x 23c|
|Supplied with basic flat pedals, Wiggle recommend using dedicated clip-in pedals and shoes|
|3 year frame warranty, 12 month parts warranty|
Wiggle has a comprehensive range of road bikes to suit all types of cycling. Including racing bikes and triathlon racing bikes, along with a comprehensive range of ladies road bikes and mens road bikes for competitive racing or leisure cycling. Wiggle’s range of road racing bikes are lighter and faster than other styles of bikes making them the ideal choice for many different cycling activities. Available in standard sizes, Wiggle’s road bikes offer outstanding value for money across our extensive ranges.
Born on June 19 1951, Francesco Moser was one of the dominant riders from the mid 1970’s till the mid 1980’s. He won one Grand Tour title, one World Championship Road Race title, and six victories in cycling’s five monuments, including three consecutive victories in the Paris-Roubaix Classic. Moser began his professional career in 1973. He had an almost effortless pedal stroke that provided great power. Moser was an intimidating figure on the bicycle, but due to his powerful build, Moser wasn’t a gifted climber. Moser’s lasting accomplishment may be that in 1984, he broke Eddy Merckx’s 1972 hour record. However, the bike Moser used didn’t look anything like that which Eddy Merckx used and in 1997 the Union Cyclist International banned all records which were set on bikes with technological advantage over those used in 1972. The record did, however, stand for years and the attempt further opened the door to new technology in cycling. Moser retired from the professional ranks in 1987.
At Wiggle we measure each of our bikes to build accurate size charts. When you place an order for a bike, we ask for your height and inside leg measurements. Our team of qualified mechanics will check your measurements against the size chart to make sure that the size you choose will fit you correctly.
|Height||cm||152 - 160cm||160 - 168cm||168 - 175cm||175 - 183cm||183 - 193cm|
|ft||4′ 12″ - 5′ 3″||5′ 3″ - 5′ 6″||5′ 6″ - 5′ 9″||5′ 9″ - 6′ 0″||6′ 0″ - 6′ 4″|
|Inside Leg||cm||71 - 74cm||73 - 78cm||76 - 81cm||78 - 83cm||81 - 86cm|
|inches||28″ - 29″||29″ - 31″||30″ - 32″||31″ - 33″||32″ - 34″|
|A. Seat Tube - Center to Top||mm||470mm||500mm||520mm||550mm||580mm|
|B. Seat Tube - Center to Center||mm||370mm||450mm||470mm||500mm||530mm|
|C. Virtual Top Tube||mm||520mm||531mm||551mm||568mm||594mm|
|D. Top Tube||mm||500mm||525mm||545mm||565mm||582mm|
|E. Head Tube||mm||125mm||135mm||155mm||175mm||200mm|
|F. Head Angle||Degrees||72.5°||73°||73.5°||73.5°||73.5°|
|G. Seat Tube Angle||Degrees||75.5°||75°||74°||74.5°||73.5°|
|H. Bottom Bracket to Fork||mm||572mm||587mm||600mm||614mm||626mm|
|J. Fork Rake||mm||45mm||45mm||45mm||45mm||45mm|
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The Moser Speed is everything you need from an entry-level road bike. It's efficient, quick, not over-heavy and reasonably comfortable too.
Solid entry level road bike that performs admirably; real bargain at the current price.
Just in: Moser Speed
£500 alloy road bike carrying the name of Francesco Moser lands in the road.cc bike shed
by David Arthur October 3, 2013
The £488.60 Moser Speed carries the name of Francesco Moser on its down tube, a professional cyclist who in 1977 won the road race world championships and the Giro d'Italia in 1984, along with a string of other victories in cycling's five monuments, including three consecutive vict
ories in Paris-Roubaix. Perhaps his most famous feat was to break Eddy Merckx's hour record in 1984.
His name is found on a range of road bikes, from a hand-made Italian carbon fibre bike at the top of the range and, at the entry-level, this alloy framed Speed. Moser bikes are brought into the UK by online retailer Wiggle. This model, one of a six-bike range, combines a smart 7005 T6 aluminium frame, carbon fork and Shimano Sora double groupset. It looks like a great package for anyone new to cycling and looking to purchase a well specced road bike.
The frame has distinctive triangular top and down tubes, and a smart presence with its white paint finish and stylish decals. It's designed with a semi-compact geometry, with a slightly sloping top tube. The gear and brake cables are routed externally, so they're easy to service, and a replaceable alloy derailleur hanger is a good damage prevention measure at the dropout.
With carbon fibre blades and an alloy steerer, the fork is painted to match the frame. The headset is a simple straight 1 1/8in design.
The bike wears a Shimano Sora 9-speed groupset with a 12-28 cassette paired with a FSA MegaExo compact 50/34 chainset, so that's a good spread of gears if you're planning a few longer rides with hills. Moser offer the frame in five sizes and the crank arm length is specific to the size. On this 58cm model they measure 175mm. That's a nice touch, something often overlooked by other manufacturers, and shows that Moser really care about fit. The stem lenght and handlebar width also relate to frame size.
Fulcrum's Racing Sport 7 clincher wheels are reliable and stiff with a decent weight of 1,849g for the price. They're fitted with a pair of Vittoria Zaffiro 23mm tyres. The handlebar is an FSA Vero with a compact bend, so the drops aren't too low or far away when you want to go a bit faster in an aero tuck, with a width that is specific to the frame size. An FSA OS-190 stem and SL-280 seatpost, and Selle San Marco Ponza saddle complete the package.
On our scales, the bike weighs 9.4kg (20.75lb). That's not too bad for a bike at this price.
Now, the sub-£500 road bike market is a hot one, with lots of contenders from the big brands, and smaller less known companies, all vying for the attention of the new cyclists getting into the sport. Our £500 to £900 buyer's guide gives a good overview of what you can expect for the money, and against them the Moser Speed stacks up well. However, it must be pointed out that it is a £700 bike reduced by 30%. That does mean you get more for your money, but we're not sure how long this offer stands for.
If you're reading this and you are new to road cycling, then might we recommend a read of our guide to buying your first road bike. It really is packed with lots of useful information on where to start, the difference between frame materials, choosing the right size, components and wheels to expect and lots more.
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