Veltra unveils the latest innovations in the sustainable market by introducing the first laminated bamboo bike in the World. Combined with the finest craftsmanship, the best materials and a unique design this bike offers the perfect blend between performance, weight, strength, stiffness and comfort for long days in the saddle.
Handcrafted with care in our local workshop
Built from scratch, every single bicycle entails tens of hours to complete. Each step requires fine craftsmanship and last generation equipment all crucial in manufacturing a high-end frame. In the end the, true value is seen in the details that make the difference between a mass-produced bike and a handcrafted one.
Why you'll love it
Its unique properties of absorbing road vibrations and a strength greater than steel, bamboo makes the perfect material for building a bike that's unlike anything you've ever ridden.
With its exclusive diamond shape, sporty looks and premium finishes we designed this frame to strike the optimal balance between comfort and efficiency.
Our engineers went through dozens of prototypes, conducting hundreds of hours on the open roads to improve handling, stiffness and aerodynamics, aiming to deliver a first-rate ride experience.
With an athletic handling and a short wheelbase, Veltra is a stylish urban road rocket, nimble in traffic and lightning quick on open roads. The superior quality combined with a lightweight bamboo frame and the stunning design will make every experience with Veltra an unforgettable one.
Each bike is crafted with care and precision, one at a time, by combining premium components and the finest craftsmanship meaning we can feel confident that each bicycle leaving our workshop is of the highest quality.
ISO 4210 - Safety requirements for bicycles
Veltra has successfully passed the safety requirements for bicycles by obtaining the most prestigious certificate in the bike industry, ISO 4210. This procedure outlines a process for testing the fatigue strength of components. Its testing requirements are built on three pillars: fatigue (caused by recurring loads), overloading and impacts (which are less frequent events.)