Lets see some Bianchis

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kgt
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by kgt

It's not the grams it's just that the classic Bianchi headbadge follows the 'vintage' concept.

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by burglarboycie

*double post, sorry*

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by shamrock134

kgt wrote:It's not the grams it's just that the classic Bianchi headbadge follows the 'vintage' concept.


The Oltre XR4 isn't really vintage but has a physical badge.

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by kgt

That's Bianchi's typical badge but not the 'vintage' one. I love it btw.

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by shamrock134

Well, here it is finally.

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by ntb1001

shamrock134 wrote:Well, here it is finally.

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wow...my daughter would love this

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^All graphics on the Specialissima are paint. The standard badge like on the XR4 is a fat sticker, actually.

Bold paintjob, shamrock!
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