Bianchi Oltre

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TurboKoo
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by TurboKoo

Just a teaser, haven't finished it yet.

Bianchi Oltre Di2 frame
Shimano Ultegra Di2
Pro Vibe 7s bar&dtem
Selle Italia SLR c64 saddle

Crankset will change to SRM 7900
Dura Ace 7900 pedals will be added
Elite Paron bottle cages etc.
Saddle back to trusted SLR kit carbonio team edition
Target weight is 6,8kg

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Shimano 9150
Shimano FCR-9100-P
Shimano C60 tubulars

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tjk
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by tjk

BEAST!!! 8) I´love new Shimano drivetrain on this built, it fits more than perfectly!
Not exactly pure Weightweenie.... but still crazy enought to hunt every possible gram (used to be, but still like reasonably light bikes :-))

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Tomstr
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by Tomstr

Very nice and slick build! :thumbup: It reminds me that I want to build an Oltre Nero really bad. :-D

How are the wheels, and why are you changing the saddle?
Ride it like you stole it

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jimaizumi
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by jimaizumi

I've been lusting for this frame for quite some time now... Doesn't help that Bianchi just opened a store just across the street and have the Nero w/ Campy EPS... Makes me want to sell my RXR VIP....
:oops: THE PAST: 2005 Cannondale R700, 2006 Specialized S-Works Tarmac Gerolsteiner, 2009 Pinarello Dogma FPX My Way, 2011 Time RXR VIP

:D THE PRESENT: 2016 Colnago C60 ST01, 2017 Wilier Cento 10 Ramato

:wink: THE FUTURE: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Valbrona
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by Valbrona

At least the saddle is made in Italy, shame about the rest of the bike though.

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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice.

lcoolb
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by lcoolb

Valbrona wrote:At least the saddle is made in Italy, shame about the rest of the bike though.


Does Bianchi still produce any frames in Italy? :noidea:

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

The celeste team ed. one really look great in the flesh.

Provided they've gotten past their cracking issues, sounds like they could be on a winner.

Quite a stiff platform too, by all reports.

klingej
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by klingej

That looks really, really good! I've been considering the Ultegra Di2 myself for my own Oltre Nero and this might just seal the deal.

As for the ride: quite stiff, no flex (at least none that i can generate with my puny legs) but actually rather comfortable.

OP: Just wanted to give my 5 cents - not to hijack your thread.

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fadr
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by fadr

I like the silhouette of the frame, but the fork could be massive... :P

Fisherfreerider
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by Fisherfreerider

lcoolb wrote:
Valbrona wrote:At least the saddle is made in Italy, shame about the rest of the bike though.



Does Bianchi still produce any frames in Italy? :noidea:

IIRC I think very few if any.

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rOYk
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by rOYk

TurboKoo, This is the only Bianchi that I find beautiful!, usually I don't like Bianchi's-this bike look's great!!

kosta73
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by kosta73

The Oltre is made in Treviglio in Bergamo, not Taiwan or china. :wink:

Roasty
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by Roasty

Nice bike! Looks fast standing still..!

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TurboKoo
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by TurboKoo

kosta73 wrote:The Oltre is made in Treviglio in Bergamo, not Taiwan or china. :wink:

it says made in Taiwan under the
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