Ma: (fs) old bianchi 55cm, completely rebuilt with new dura ace parts

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  1. Bocks

    Bocks New Member

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    For sale is a vintage Bianchi frame complete with newer age, brand new components. There are approximately 60 miles on this build and I have refrained from riding it because it's too beautiful to beat on. Every bike I have owned has been ridden hard, and instead of this I find myself riding my tarmac daily because I'm not afraid to beat on an already well-ridden bike. Anyway, I did a lot of research but I was never able to track down exactly which model Bianchi frame I have here, though it seems fairly rare (I have yet to see another one for sale, but if you have any input on the frame please let me know!). The only other one I found was partially complete in Poland selling for 2k USD. This bike is super clean and a blast to ride, complete with brand-new components. A fully restored classic, if you will. Feel free to email with any more questions.

    Here is a parts list from the bike:

    Frame: Bianchi. Rear dropouts were stretched from 126 to 130mm. 55cm frame.
    Fork: Bianchi unicrown, matched to frame
    Headset: I forget but its printed on the stem
    Stem: Cinelli
    Handlebars: 3T
    Grips: Deda Bar Tape
    Brakes/Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace 7410
    Cables: Jagwire housing and cables
    Cassette: Shimano Dura Ace 7410
    Chain: Shimano Dura Ace
    Crankset: Shimano Dura Ace 7410
    Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo (I believe)
    Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace 7410
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace 7410
    Wheels: Reproduction Dura Ace C50 carbon clinchers laced to Novatech hubs
    Tires: Specialized PRO 700cc
    Saddle: Selle San Marco Regal
    Seat Post: Bianchi
    Seat Binder: Fit
    Bottle Cages: Bianchi

    Price: $1,800

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  2. cyclintom

    cyclintom Well-Known Member

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    Very nice bike but I'd switch out the Regal which was the older "best" saddle for a Prologo which is FAR better for long rides.
     
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