Designed to be a do-it-all road bike for riders who prioritize speed, the new Fezzari Veyo aero road bike combines aerodynamics with approachable handling and modern tire clearance.
Named after the Veyo loop in southern Utah, which puts riders through rolling hills, “The Wall” climb, tight corners, and a 50mph downhill finish, the Veyo is a Jack-(or Jill)-of-all-trades bike that’s also race ready. And it has the UCI certification to prove it.
Starting with a 860g frame (size M, claimed), they say it’s in the top 1% of performance race bikes with the UCI stamp. The frame’s design combines dropped seatstays with truncated airfoil shapes on the downtube, seat tube, and seat post to cut drag in the obvious places.
A slim head tube manages to hide the cables internally, entering through a headset cap to maximize cockpit options and compatibility.
The fork adds a bit of space around the wheel to further improve air flow, and there’s space for 700×32 tires on both ends of the bike.
The dropped seatstays not only cut drag, they also improve lateral stiffness for better power delivery.
This also helps with comfort, too, redirecting bumps away from your body, and a short-ish seat tube gives it plenty of seatpost extension for a bit of intentional flex (it’s still an aero-shaped tube and post, so we’re not talking tons of compliance, but it’s something).
Lastly, the layup is optimized to add a bit of compliance where needed to make the bike all-day comfortable, but keep power transfer solid on the lower half of the bike.
Overall handling claims to do it all, from crit-ready cornering to stable cruising in a peloton to confident descending on winding mountain roads.
Combined with geometry that puts the rider in a comfortable yet aero position, Fezzari says the Veyo is the performance road bike for any rider. With five sizes, it should fit most cyclists, too.
Four models plus a frameset will be offered at launch, with Zipp 303 and 404 wheel upgrades available on the Elite & Pro. Choose from Raw Carbon or 3-tone Podium Champagne Gold finishes.
Veyo Elite – 105 Di2: $3,999
+Zipp 303: $4,899
+Zipp 404: $5,499
Veyo Pro – Ultegra Di2: $4,999
+Zipp 303: $5,699
+Zipp 404: $6,299
Veyo Team – Dura-Ace Di2, Zipp 404 Firecrest: $8,399
Veyo Team – Red AXS Power, Zipp 404 Firecrest: $9,799
Veyo Comp: $2,999 (available summer 2023, build TBA)
Veyo Frameset – (frame, fork, seatpost, seat clamp, headset, axles): $2499
Stay tuned for our full review.