• 12-21-2013
    white79bu
    Stopping Sette Razzo carbon production?
    I have been wanting to build a carbon razzo (never built a bike) for awhile. But I noticed price point only has frames and not many left. Are they stopping production?
  • 01-02-2014
    imbabob
    I heard a rumor Sette bikes are completely discontinued and replaced by Intense/Litespeed at Pricepoint. I would call Pricepoint to be sure tho. Post your findings if you call them.
  • 01-14-2014
    knoxville
    If thats the case keep an eye on the Sette deals as the liquidate... Hopefully you are wrong, Intense/Lightspeed are $$$$
  • 03-10-2014
    mtblucas
    Stopping Razzo carbon production?
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by imbabob View Post
    I heard a rumor Sette bikes are completely discontinued and replaced by Intense/Litespeed at Pricepoint.

    This rumor is true. I confirmed it the other day via email. I am sad because I really like my Sette :-( I wonder if they will still be made and sold by someone else.
  • 03-10-2014
    knoxville
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by mtblucas View Post
    This rumor is true. I confirmed it the other day via email. I am sad because I really like my Sette :-( I wonder if they will still be made and sold by someone else.

    Same here, I have 3 Sette's... Girl on the phone says that Sette is not going to be available anywhere... What they have on the site is all they have left, once they are gone that will be it.
  • 03-17-2014
    itsthebikeguy
    Sad to see the sette go!
    This is an actual disappointing thread to me :madman:. I purchased my Sette RazzoSC mid july of 2013 and love the bike! It is super light and I am also racing on it for the AMBCS series in Arkansas.
    On Sunringle Pro chargers, X9 components
    https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.n...69080814_n.jpg
  • 03-22-2014
    allenpg
    I'm sad to see them stop carrying Sette stuff. I have 3 bikes between my wife and I. One of the reasons I got them were warranty support from a company in the USA. My hunch is that they felt the pain like Neuvation of lots of Chinese no-name frames. Sette doesn't have the name recognition of Trek, Specialized, etc. which allows to charge more of a premium (aka, higher profit). Sette were great bikes for the price point (pun intended). I can understand if Price Point did the math and realized it wasn't the best business plan for them.
  • 03-31-2014
    itsthebikeguy
    So my question is what would happen if i cracked the frame due to manufacture defect ect. would i go through pricepoint? if so what would i receive if they no longer carry sette frames?
  • 03-31-2014
    mtblucas
    Stopping Razzo carbon production?
    Email Pricepoint. I'd bet they would give you some sort of credit or something. They have great customer service so I'm sure they'll work with you.
  • 01-08-2015
    adumb
    I was poking around pricepoint and noticed they have more carbon razzo's in stock. they have size 17 of the crimson red carbon and 19 inch of the matte black.
  • 01-08-2015
    itsthebikeguy
    That's neat I stopped riding my razzo a month ago, I thought my frame had cracked but under the bb the gloss coating flakedů it looked as if it was a crack. I'm about to sell it t9 a buddy of mine, but I absolutely loved the bike. I went ahead and purchased a niner air 9 RDO and fell in love! I was very surprised how similar the geometry is on the sette to the air 9... I would say the sette razzo sc is a better bike than the niner air 9 carbon model.
  • 01-23-2015
    BlowtorchBob
    Woah, you guys ACTUALLY like Sette?
  • 01-23-2015
    itsthebikeguy
    Yep good quality bike for low cost...