Builder: My Wild Love
Style: All road
Tubing: Columbus Life
Geo: Always custom at no extra charge
Made to go wherever you do, the Libero is an all-road freedom machine that loves asphalt, gravel and everything in-between. If you ride everyday and want a single bike to do it all, this is the one you need. Alongside Columbus tubing and fork, it's equipped with thru-axle drops, flat-mount disc brakes and space for up to 40 mm off rubber.
Combining great power transfer with a forgiving ride, the Libero frame is a true all-rounder that can take whatever you serve. Lightweight Columbus Life tubing is tig welded in the main triangle for strength, and fillet brazed in the stays for beauty. Curved chain stays ensure plenty of tyre clearance, while skinny seat stays give a buttery smooth ride.
You can expect luscious paint on the Libero, sprayed slowly in Treviso. To achieve the most beautiful paintwork possible, our painter takes his time, using multiple masks and many oven bakes. All-in-all, paint for one frame always takes more than one day. Contact us for this season's paint options.
The Columbus Futura Gravel is our fork of choice for the Libero. Alongside responsive handling and reliable strength, it is complete with mudguard mounts, thru axle drops and is flat mount ready. It's the best fork we've found for all-road adventures.
All cabling on the Libero is internal. This means clean lines and minimal maintenance. Internal routing for Di2 / EPS is available at no extra cost. As are hydro mounts on the outside, if you prefer.
THRU AXLE & FLAT MOUNT
For simplicity and chop-free handling in the loose stuff, the Libero is fitted out with 12mm thru axles, front and back. In-line with the latest generation of disc brake technology, the Libero is flat mount ready.
We know it's the little things that make a frame great, which is why the Libero comes standard with stainless braze-ons (so your paint won't chip) and mudguard mounts (so you can run 'em when you want to). We also pantograph the seatstay tips and the bottom bracket in Italy on machines from the '50s, simply because we think it's the coolest thing ever.