Lets see some Bianchis

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ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Hanibal- I love those matte Oltres but yours is super special, great chain!

E777L
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by E777L

Hanibal, almost like the last Vacansoleil bike. Nice kit :)
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Hanibal74
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by Hanibal74

ultyguy wrote:Hanibal- I love those matte Oltres but yours is super special, great chain!


Thanks ultyguy,

I thought she needed a bit more Celeste so the chain was perfect.


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Hanibal74
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by Hanibal74

E777L wrote:Hanibal, almost like the last Vacansoleil bike. Nice kit :)


I loved the Vaconsoleil colour schemes of 2013. Pity belkins isn't as nice.

Would love a set of Celeste FFWD's. Father's Day is coming up!


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E777L
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by E777L

I have the 600mm FFWD F6R celeste tubular wheels with DT Swiss. I'd suggest going for the 400mm F4R to get the best of both worlds - aero advantage, lightness and no wind buffeting (it's not that bad, mind you). DT Swiss or FFWD hubs makes no real difference. Great value for money wheels and prompt customer support from FFWD direct (side note: the F6R alloy/carbon are quite heavy). Side note 2 - very envious of the Garmin Vector pedals!
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kgt
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by kgt

That is a lovely Bianchi. A perfect example of how new components can look great on an old frame. Congrats!

garyh
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by garyh

kgt wrote:That is a lovely Bianchi. A perfect example of how new components can look great on an old frame. Congrats!


Agreed. Absolutely beautiful.

paradawt
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by paradawt

Woooowwww! Great bike. Classic!
Cannondale Supersix '10

mountainlion
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by mountainlion

Nice, that Argentin is a really rare one.

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soracabana
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by soracabana

Sorry Tomm2.

This bike belongs to Tomm2. You can find these pictures on that link :

http://www.pedalroom.com/bike/bianchi-x4-specialissima-reparto-corse--7436

It's the most beautiful Bianchi I ever seen. Congratulations!

tsutaoka
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plag
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Heres mine 2004 XL Carbon im new to the site and not exactly a weight weenie at around 17lbs.

the original paint was pretty worn so I stripped it and painted it black with new replacement decals.

I don't plan on going full weight weenie but might upgrade the stock carbon seatpost and forks. Maybe some Jagwire celeste cables. The San Marco saddle has celeste on top.

I have XTR mtn pedals because I can get in and out of them easily and I prefer walking in mtn shoes over road shoes. I know their a little heavier but I like them and I have a matching set on my 29er.

Full Dura Ace and FSA Crankset

jonar
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