Lets see some Bianchis

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adson
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by adson

Hi everybody,
here is my Bianchi Sempre Pro 2013, 61cm 'celeste' frame.
I put 1700km in 3 months and it is an amazing bike!

Campagnolo Chorus 11s gruppo (compact)
Fulcrum Racing 3 wheels w/ Vittoria Rubino Pro tires
Selle San Marco Concor saddle
FSA SL-K seatpost
FSA OS-190 stem
Bianchi Reparto Corse handlebars
Look KEO Classic pedals

7.6 kg
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E777L
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by E777L

I particularly like the high-tech bike stand! Kidding... nice looking bike :)

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Kjetil
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by Kjetil

On a tangent:

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E777L
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by E777L

Finally restored my first ever road racing bicycle, a Bianchi Rekord 902 "Made in Italy":

Year: 1990
Frame: CrMo
Drivetrain: Suntour GPX 7-speed
Brakes: Modolo GP-X
Wheels: Ambrosio Elite 19
Cockpit: ITM
Computer: Cateye Vectra (wired)
Saddle: San Marco Concor
Weight: 10.5kg

versus my latest, a Bianchi Oltre Vacansoleil-DCM pro-team bike "Made in Taiwan":

Year: 2012
Frame: Carbon
Drivetrain: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 10-speed & FSA K-Force
Brakes: FSA K-Force
Wheels: FFWD F6R celeste
Cockpit: FSA K-Force
Computer: Garmin Edge 510 (wireless; GPS)
Saddle: San Marco Concor Team Bianchi
Weight: 6.8kg

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skinnie
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by skinnie

Here is mine, not very lightweight, but...
The bike was bought almost stock (only with this "horrible" blue/white paint already done, in that time without decals) for 300eur and then I tried to get it a little better:
2001 Bianchi Alloy Lite SL "Daytona"
Campagnolo Daytona Derrailleurs (stock)
Campagnolo Veloce Cassette (new)
Campagnolo veloce Shifters (new - black)
Campagnolo Centaur chain
Campagnolo Centaur Chainset (old but as new)
Campagnolo Daytona Brakes
Extralite UL3 Stem with Ti Bolts
ITM Millenium Carbon
Time Carbon Seatpost
Selle Italia SLR XC
Ambrosio/Bianchi Leviation XL Wheels
Michelin Lithium
Look Team Liberty Seguros Pedals

I guess the overall weight is 8Kg (chinese digital scale with bad batteries) and the overall price with upgrades and repairs is about 500eur (some parts were given)

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Carrera Nitrol Sl/Campagnolo Athena 11s/Campangolo Zonda
Trek Elite 9.9 SSL/Prototype Race 26/Rock Shox Sid Race/Shimano XT 2x10

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

E777L, that 902 is lovely!

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eurperg
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:shock: :shock: :shock:

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E777L
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by E777L

Nice rig! Replace "Liquigas" with "Belkin" and you have a 2014 racer ;)

E777L
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by E777L

My second Oltre "Vacansoleil-DCM" team bike - here's the first http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=83772&p=933057.

This one has the "Reparto Corse" signage, team's KMC x10sl gold chain, 11-25 cassette and, last but not least, Thomas De Gendt's original signature + Tour Down Under competition number (special thanks to he who got me both!)

A Garmin Edge 510 also has replaced my Polar S725 setup, with performance and features far superior than even more current Polar models (e.g. live-tracking). I don't know how I've lived without GPS telemetry and online data uploading via Garmin Connect and Strava. Garmin Vector pedals will be the next major upgrade!

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OrenciaB
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by OrenciaB

My crit bike with a Whisky fork, Mostly SRAM Red components with a mix of Force/Rival and Zipp 808 tubulars.
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Hey does all that Rapha and Hi-vis make you faster?

fakeconcern
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by fakeconcern

Just bought a Bianchi. I have wanted one since trying one of Pantanis Tour bikes in Geoff Butler Cycles 1998.
Not that light, but as I haven't ridden since 2010, I need to lose weight from me!
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jeffsavans
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by jeffsavans

My sempre

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Tinea Pedis
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Easter Sunday with the Sempre.

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Hanibal74
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by Hanibal74

Thought it rude if I didn't post her up here.

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