It has been announced that Bianchi and Ferrari were joining forces for a range of bicycles in the end of July 2017. The Italian noteworthy brands were collaborated to launch the “Bianchi for Scuderia Ferrari” project. Now, they revealed the project’s first fruit – the SF01.
Bianchi released Marco Pantani edition “Specialissima”, a special bike to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Marco Pantani’s Giro-Tour double. The bike has the iconic celeste-yellow fade paint job, the same color schema of Marco Pantani’s 1998 Bianchi. In 1998, after winning the Giro d’Italia, Pantani rode the yellow and celeste Bianchi Mega Pro XL (serial number H […]
Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali: two cycling legends of Italy. The rivalry between them is maybe the most famous sporting duel in history. It has been started during the World War II, and continued afterward.
Bianchi Oltre XR.1 is using the same geometry and Ultra Thin Seat Stay technology with the high-end Oltre XR2, with more affordable price and high/medium quality equipment. According to Bianchi, the Ultra Thin Seat Stay technology provides improved shock absorption and impact resistance with reduced frame weight.
Bianchi has revealed its 2015 road bike models. Bianchi Oltre XR2 is the admiral ship of the new series. There are plenty of models in Bianchi’s 2015 catalog and each model has a lot of build options. F.I.V. Edoardo Bianchi S.p.A (pronounced bee-ahn-kee in Italian) is the world’s oldest bicycle-making company still in existence It […]
A very touching photo: Valeriano Falsini salutes Fausto Coppi’s bust. Who is Valeriano Falsini?
Dutch team Belkin’s (former Rabobank) new bike sponsor is Bianchi, for two years. Here is the first look at Team Belkin’s Bianchi Oltre XR.2 and Infinito CV.
Another Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Edition bike: Bianchi Oltre XR.2 “Campagnolo 80” – limited edition launched at Eurobike 2013. The new bike features a natural carbon matt black color with silver chrome paint glossy inserts.
I’ve inspired by GCN’s video titled “Top 10 iconic road bikes in racing history” while writing this post. I made some changes, excluded some of Daniel Lloyd’s choices, and extended the list by including a few bikes.
The Italian Bozzi family has once again moved ahead to revitalize the historic Legnano brand. In 2010, they resolved a licensing agreement issue with Bianchi, who had acquired the famous brand after the assassination of Emilio Bozzi in 1974. The new Legnano models were introduced in September 2013 at ExpoBici. The history of Italian bicycles […]