Bianchi Sempre Pro (2014 Updates)

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Hanibal74
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by Hanibal74

I like. Certainly looks the business. Enjoy.


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plpete
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by plpete

Beautiful build! Very well put together and everything flows quite nicely :thumbup:

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stuka666
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Location: portugal

by stuka666

Very nice, nice choice of equipment..

Congrats :D

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thencameyou
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by thencameyou

even better than the 2013 iteration. campag p2max will set it off perfectly. all business. me likey...

TimW
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Location: England, UK

by TimW

Beautiful - really like.

Power2max Campag for sure. Good choice.

oakes2004
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by oakes2004

That is knocking on the door of perfecto! Looks very fast!


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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

I love it!!

kov79
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by kov79

What was the original seat post?

jeffsavans
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by jeffsavans

Great build. Looks great with everything switched over to black and the addition of the Boras

petepeterson
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by petepeterson

kov79 wrote:What was the original seat post?


3T Dorico Black

GooseNest
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by GooseNest

Great looking bike! I'm actually doing a similar build right now (Sempre Pro with Chorus). I'm wondering what adapter you used to run the Campy cranks and how is it working for you?

petepeterson
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by petepeterson

http://www.campagnolo.com/jsp/en/groupsetdetail/item_calotteintUT_catid_12.jsp

I personally haven't had a great experience with it. Fairly consistent creaking when the pedals are turned in anger. In my experience BB30 is shite at times no matter what cranks/adaptors you use. Might be the wet climate where I live though.

ihs0yz
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by ihs0yz

petepeterson wrote:.. until I had an issue with the brake track deforming on a steep descent on a hot summer day.


Just curious, what pads were you on?

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petepeterson
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by petepeterson

Reynolds blue I believe.
Been on the campy red pads with the boras and they are awesome.

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