2007 Bianchi 928SL

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by stj233130

New bike for next season. MUCH stiffer than my last bike.

Frame: 2007 Bianchi 928SL
Group: Full SRAM Force (except Dura Ace 10spd cassette)
Stem: Deda Zero100 stem
Bars: Deda Newton Classic Shallow
Seatpost: ITM Ksword (not light but matches bianchi)
Seat: Specialized Toupe
Pedals: Speedplay Zero Ti
Wheels: Cane Creek Aros 58

Weight: 15.2 lbs, even with high profile wheels. Could easily drop weight with different seatpost, cranks, climbing wheels etc but will be using mainly for crits and stage races. More than light enough and stiff enough for me.

Sorry my camera skills aren't the best. Oops, had chain on the small ring! ;)


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by mathi

Looks well :D

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by frd

Nice! Are you sure the bars are shallows and not deeps?

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by EspenBjørgan

That is a great bike. Did 7 months of training and racing on mine, and It just feels better then all the other Bianchis I've ridden(928L, FG-Lite alu/carbon and one of the two-three year old aluminium-Bianchis).

Though; can't wait for my new 928SL. It looks great with the natural cabon-look and with the frame-weight dropping in addition... I'm lovin' it!
Hell yeah!

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by Willier

"Smart may have the answers, but stupid have all the interesting questions."

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by FWCC_neil

Wow! That is my favourite bike on this board, simply stunning!
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by cdiaz

wow! it looks awesome

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by bbtheory

Looks great... love the celeste stripe, nice touch of classic bianchi!
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by stj233130

Yeah the bars are shallow - it might be the angle I took the shot that makes it look deeper. I've had more miles on these bars now and am very happy with them.

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by ilpirata78

Awesome ride!

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by collegiateRacer

crits and stage races with a compact crank? interesting.

nice looking bike

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by record

It reminds me Ullrich's bianchi. Black frame with celeste decals and black wheels without logos. Shame they're not lightweights. Anyway great looking bike!
A light bike does replace good fitness.

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by Il Folletto

Fantastic, very compliments!

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by KB

2 sweet looking Bianchi's in one night. Cool bike

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