Pantani Nitro review

Accelerating, climbing, cornering – the Nitro does it all

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £1,911.00 RRP
Pantani Nitro

Our review

Stylish, well balanced all-rounder that bears a Tour de France winner’s name
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When a new bike brand delivers a successful and pleasing-to-ride bike it’s great news. The Nitro isn’t only quick off the mark and great at accelerating and out-of-the-saddle climbing, it also goes downhill really fast, and, thanks to its predictable front end, cornering is a doddle.


Climbing in-the-saddle is competent rather than inspiring, though, and on a near-£2,000 bike we’d expect a little more than Michelin’s Dynamic Sport tyres. But this is still a very good bike, successfully balancing the needs of racer and advanced sportive rider.

Product Specifications


Name Nitro
Brand Pantani

Manufacturer's Description Groupset: Shimano 105
Fork Carbon
Frame Material Carbon
Weight (kg) 8.68
Wheelset Racing 5s