Lets see some Bianchis

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KarlC
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C64 My Sixty 4 SR EPS 12

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Clean, what’s the weight?

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velov
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Infinito CV commuter

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Arph
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My Infinito CV with FMB tubulars for cobbles (RVV or Paris-Roubaix sportives) or when I feel like it 8) - 7,4 kgs:

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With Fulcrum 55 clinchers - 7,4 kgs:

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With Fulcrum 55 tubulars - 7,1 kgs:

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KarlC
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MichaelK
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Wow that library is a looker!

(Bike's pretty nice too... even if it is in the wrong colour :D )

MaxPower
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In the works. Waiting for the BB and brakes . Budget build, got the frame cheap and putting the r7000 from the training bike on it until i have the money for di2.

When i see this frame a quote about Jan Ulrichs tt "bianchi" comes to mind- "it's the stuff nightmares are made of". What a looker
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waiting for spring, until then it will live on the trainer and position will be dialed in. what a beast.
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jspr
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Bianchi Aria - La Floresta Barcelona :)

ChrisCook
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Aria, now awaiting new wheels, bar and stem...
Aria, now awaiting new wheels, bar and stem...

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Arph
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Same Bianchi as above, in the Roubaix velodrome (after the 172 km sportive, with all 52 kms of pavés). FMB 27s come in handy. Previous build with an old Sram Rival rear mech, an old Sram Force front mech, an ugly FSA seatpost (with the shittiest clamping system possible), and beaten Shimano 105 cranks.

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Anything goes with that background!
Bianchi-Campagnolo
The Specialissima
Gylne Gutuer, the UCI 1.2 bike race I invented.

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Nice thoroughbred Italians!
I just introduced me/my Bianchi on the general introduction thread, but let me share a different image of my new rig here.
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