Il Signor Antonio started his framebuilding career in the early 1950s with his two brothers. His first two important clients were the historic Italian companies Torpado and Atala. He was the builder of the Graziella, one of the most famous and popular frames ever built in Italy. In 1959 Antonio opened his own company.
In the early '80s the company developed into a corporation which was named Sarto Antonio S.p.A. and the focus became exclusively the building of high end custom bike frames for companies like Pinarello and Moser. In 1992 Antonio's son Enrico joined the company and started the transition to the production of carbon frames.

Antonio Sarto

Sarto Antonio

In 2009, Sarto Antonio's golden anniversary marked fifty years of historic frame building.
Fifty years of building at the request of Bottecchia, Guerciotti, Fondriest, Scapin and Corratech.
Fifty years of building custom bikes frame for champions like Rominger, Moser, Fondriest, Simoni, Rebellin, Ugrumov, and Bartoli. The hour record of Andrej Sosenka was conquered on a Sarto frame. Even Lance Armstrong used a Sarto frame during his short stay with Cofidis.
Presently, Sarto?s frames are being ridden by top pro tour riders whose identity cannot be disclosed for the protection of the sponsoring companies whose paint jobs clothe Sarto's frames.

Enrico Sarto performing the rigidity test on a frame.

Enrico Sarto performing the rigidity test on a frame.

Antonio Sarto working on custom bike frames

Antonio Sarto and Claudio, our five stars artisan.