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Tifosi was established in the year 2000, with a clear mission: to offer UK designed & assembled bikes, entirely suited to riding in the UK and fitted with the best components.

OUR DESIGN

Technological innovation and design go hand in hand within the Tifosi range. Not only will you find striking paint colours and finishes on our bikes, you will also find a plethora of details there with your riding experience in mind.

We have collaborated with some of the UK’s most talented frame painters for special projects including the MONS, presented at the CycleShow and attracting global attention as the world’s lightest production bike. These unique projects, alongside our obsessive attention to detail and design keep us on the leading edge of the UK cycle industry.

ASSEMBLED IN THE UK

Each of our bikes is assembled by hand, by our team of highly skilled technicians at our Leighton Buzzard headquarters. Our technicians are hugely experienced, all with additional accredited training from world leading brands, including Campagnolo and Deda Elementi. They have a precise eye for detail and quality - every bike they build for our customers gets treated with the same care and attention that they would bestow on their own bikes.

SUPPORTING THE UK RACING SCENE

Before any of our bikes come to market, they go through a season of testing with athletes from our race teams. Their unique perspective informs us of ways we can make our bikes perform at their very best. Click here to read more about our sponsored teams and athletes.

2020

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UCI Status for a Tifosi Sponsored Team

Tifosi proudly sponsor the women’s CAMS Tifosi team and the team achieves UCI status.

Double sucess for Tifosi at the National Hill climb championships

Veteran Bithja Jones (Pankhurst Cycles) took her first National Hill Climb Championship title on the Streatley Hill in Berkshire. She smashed her own course record on her to win her first national title by three seconds clocking two minutes and 47.9 seconds on the 0.8-kilometres climb. Jones’ victory means the Tifosi Mons has now been ridden to victory in this event two consecutive years.

CAMS Tifosi won the team event at the event with Jessica Finney (3-05.1), Jo Tindley (3-06.4) and Katie Scott (3-10.1) making a combined time of 9-21.6.

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2019

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Victory for the Tifosi Auriga

National Critierium champion Anna Henderson rides a Tifosi Auriga to victory in the OVO Women’s Tour Durham stage, as part of the Brother UK- Tifosi Team, as well as winning the Klondike Grand Prix, part of the HSBC National Road Series.

Rebecca Durrell also celebrates a stunning victory on her Auriga for the same team at the Lincoln Grand Prix.

The Tifosi Mons Climbs to a National Title

Ed Laverack rides a rim brake version of the Tifosi Mons to an incredible victory in the National Hill Climb championships, not only did he beat his nearest rivial by a full 8 seconds, but he bettered his own course record too.

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World’s Lightest Disc Bike

A redesigned Mons is brought in to the range as well as a disc brake version. At the time of launch, it was the lightest production (disc) bike in the world. Just 6.2kg for the complete bike.

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2017

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Tifosi’s First Aero Road Bike is Victorious!

Tifosi launches its first aero carbon road frame, the Auriga. It delivers the Spirit Tifosi team to 40 victories and 76 podium places during the 2017 season. These wins included Best guest team at the Tour Series, 2 Stage Wins in the Suir Valley 3 Day in Ireland and the prestigious Wally Gimber Trophy (past winners of this race include Sir Bradley Wiggins)

Cycling Press Acolades

The Tifosi SS26 is Awarded Sportive bike of the year by Bikes Etc.

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World’s Lightest Production Bike

At the Cycleshow the Tifosi Mons is launched, at the time it is the world’s lightest production bike weighing a mere 4.6kg for a complete bike.

It features components from Campagnolo and AX Lightness, and the frame was had painted by Cole Coatings.

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2016

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It was Gravel, But We Didn’t Know It

Ahead of its time Tifosi launch the Cavazzo, a gravel bike before the term had become established in the world of cycling.

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Sub-1kg Carbon

The SS26 is also launched in this year, to rave media reviews. This sub 1kg frame, all carbon racer was ridden in the same season to 38 victories with the Spirit Tifosi Race Team, including stage wins at Ireland’s Tour of The North, a Stage win on the Tour Series and the Jock Wadley Memorial Road Race.

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2014

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Tifosi Goes Disc

The CK6 Forte becomes the first Disc Brake bike in the Tifosi range. A precursor to the Focella, Cavazzo and Rostra Models.

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2011

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Introducing Carbon

The CK2 Corsa is launched. This is Tifosi’s first full carbon road bike and formed the groundwork for the models which would follow in the years to come.

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2008

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Thinking of the UK Weather

Tifosi becomes the first brand to develop paints specifically for the harsh UK weather conditions. Bikes at this time featured anti-corrosion coatings inside the tubes.

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2004

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Boardman Rides Tifosi

In an exclusive feature for Pro Cycling Magazine, Chris Boardman rides a Tifosi on the Col du Galibier.

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2000

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The Birth of Tifosi Bikes

At the dawn of the new century, Tifosi bikes is established in the UK

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