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When introduced in 2009 the Bella ATT represented the next step in the evolution of long-wheelbase touring recumbents. With its fully triangulated aluminum frame, high end components and optimal crank height, the Bella ATT makes short work out of long tours: just load it up and go!

A word about our Bella line of long-wheelbase recumbents- With a 67" or 71” wheel base, our Bella models offer incredible comfort and stability at all speeds. For new riders, this means the learning process is as easy as getting on your new recumbent, and riding away! Our rigorously tested frames, coupled with the best recumbent bike seat in the business, means the ride is always a pleasure, no matter the conditions or terrain.

Frame: Bacchetta Custom Ovalized Aluminum w/Disc Brake Tab
Fork: Bacchetta Aluminum, w/Disc Brake Tab, 1-1/8"
Seat: ReCurve only
Handlebar: Bacchetta Aluminum Bella Bar
Stem: Bacchetta "B-Pivot" Adjustable Stem
Rear Derail: SRAM X.9
Front Derail: Microshift R439 SS
Shifters: SRAM X.9
Crankset: FSA Motto 48/36/26
Bottom Bracket: FSA Mega Exo Integrated
Headset: FSA Orbit-X, 1-1/8" Threadless
Cassette: SRAM PG970 11-34t 9spd
Front Brake: Avid Single Digit 7, V-brake
Rear Brake: Avid Single Digit 7, V-brake
Brake Levers: Avid Speed Dial 7
Front Wheel: Alex DA16, 20" (406), w/sealed bearing disc hub 
Rear Wheel: Alex DA16, 26" (559), w/sealed bearing disc hub
Front Tire: Kenda Kwest, 20" x 1.25"
Rear Tire: Kenda Kwest, 26" x 1.25"
Chain: KMC Z99
Pedals: Wellgo LU 897 Platform 
BB Height: 16.25"
Seat Height: 22" mid range
Wheelbase: Small- 67" Large- 71"
Weight: 32 lbs w/out Pedals
Weight Limit: 300 lbs.*
Gear Range: 19-107"
Color: Mango
Frame Size: Small, Large
X-Seam: Small: 36"-45", L: 42"-52"
MSRP: $1,899.00

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Prices are subject to change and do not include shipping and handling or sales tax. All specifications are subject to change without notice.

*Rider and Gear Makes Up Weight Limit Total

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BB-7 Disc Brake Upgrade (Pictured)- $1999

Love My Bike
From: Sam Bobrow, Philadelphia, PA

Good Stuff: Comfortable ride
Bad Stuff: Could be lighter
How I Ride: Recreation

I have a great time riding on trails. I am in my middle 60s and this is great exercise. I can ride for hours with no discomfort. I avoid street riding whenever possible.

Arse says " thanks !"
From: Michael, Romford England

Good Stuff: The best seat on a bike... Ever. You can ride this bike for miles without wanting or needing to stop.
Bad Stuff: No number markings on the left gear selector, only 'hi- low. The chain really needs a guard.
How I Ride: ??

I have wanted a recumbent for a while and didn't want to spend what is a lot of money for a bike but when you ride one of these you soon wonder why people would ride anything else. The seat is being sat in a car. At the end of a journey there is no butt ache, soreness or backache. The handlebars also are set to give a very comfortable ride. The lack of a chain guard means that if you are wearing a flappy pair of shorts then expect the bottom right leg to get a bit oily in the wind. I cannot understand why all bikes are not like this !!

Love it!
From: John Pamperin, Colorado Springs/CO

Good Stuff: The ATT has high quality components at a very nice price...
Bad Stuff: Too many pedestrians yelling "nice bike" !
How I Ride: Club rides and occasional tours

I find that I have a smile on my face whenever I am on this bike, whether it is around town or on a longer ride!

From: J Price, Lehi, UT

Good Stuff: Smooth Ride
Bad Stuff: Tiller Steering
How I Ride: recreation

Bought this since it's the only LWR that fits me - I'm 6'8" with a 52" x-seam, and this actually fits with a bit of room to spare. Nice and light, has good flex in the bumps, the seat is comfy. I only wish it had linkage steering cause I hate the tiller effect, although I'm adapting.

Great bike for hill country
From: Steve , New London, NH

Good Stuff: Quality of build and components
Bad Stuff: Chain hitting my leg when shifting to large chain ring
How I Ride: recreationally

First let me say that this is my first long wheelbase recumbent and some of my niggles are based on the differences between short and long wheelbase. The quality of the frame is excellent, and the components in the drive train are well spec'd. I would have liked a trigger shift rather than the twist shifters but that's a personal preference. The Avid BB7 brakes are a superb choice... they feel good and stop fast. Riding this bike is a pleasure. Niggles.... When shifting to the largest chain ring (High Gears) the chain will often hit my leg on the shift.... thereafter it is fine. Finding a cyclocomputer(wireless) with enough range between the sending unit and the head was a challenge.... I finally got a sigma and mounted the head on the tube just behind the adjustable stem. It works well there although you can't reach it while pedaling. Not related to the bike itself was the need to get a new rack for the vehicle which would take a long wheelbase recumbent. To sum it up this is a great ride and will stay in my stable of bikes for a long time.

Easy Purchase Option*: You can purchase a complete bicycle directly from Bacchetta if you do not have an authorized Bacchetta recumbent dealer in your area. All Bacchetta short wheel base recumbents are shipped completely built up and ready to ride. All Bacchetta long wheel base recumbents require minimum assembly which is usually limited to putting the front wheel on.

*Applies to customers in the contiguous 48 states. Any customers outside of this area, including foreign customers, please contact us for other available options.

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