Bianchi Oltre

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os72
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by os72

Hi!
This landed at my doorstep a couple of days ago (thank you bikes4yourpassion!!

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Its a Bianchi Oltre, a little bit heavier than my previous Bianch 928 SL. It will be built up with Sram Red, FSA and Corima wheels. I will update the build progress!

Sasha011
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by Sasha011

:thumbup:
[b]My Bianchi 928 SL IASP

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SaXoB
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by SaXoB

What what what that is siiiiiick!!! 8)

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by dolophonic

more please..

skouri1
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by skouri1

I was just wondering why there aren't more Bianchis on this board. I'm also very happy to see that it's celeste.

NapD
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by NapD

Love the huge ghosted crest on the underside of the downtube :o

bigcalves
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by bigcalves

As a past Bianchi owner totally agree. Strange there are not more of them on here. Classic, love the Celeste, and usually at a reasonable price.

superleggera
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by superleggera

bigcalves wrote:As a past Bianchi owner totally agree. Strange there are not more of them on here. Classic, love the Celeste, and usually at a reasonable price.


Reasonable price? $5000 for this frame! 928 SL is more reasonable at $3200.

os72
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by os72

Some more pics. In Sweden the price isn't 5000 usd. More like 2700. That is also a lot of money but much more reasonable...
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quattrings
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by quattrings

honestly, I am not (correction wasn't) a big fan of Bianchi and celeste coulour.

But this is one beautiful frameset! Will be following this one.

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TashkentTerror
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by TashkentTerror

This is going to be one hot bike!
Looking forward to seeing it finished.

Martin1977
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by Martin1977

Nice frameset. What about size and weight of this beauty?

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by Powerful Pete

Love the aesthetics. Yes, as others, curious about frame size/weight. Please do keep us updated on the build.
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os72
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by os72

Thanks!
The size is 55 and it was supposed to weigh 950 g (I think) but was a tad heavier and landed just under 1000 g (with all bolts and stuff). Its not the lightest frame on the market but hopefully one of the more stiff ones. I will update soon!

os72
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by os72

Here's some pictures of the finished bike (the steerer tube isn't cut though). The weight is 6,55 kg.
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