Launched in the 1970s, the original Sprint was loved by riders of the time and is still admired as an iconic piece of cycling’s history. The new Sprint is created in the same spirit as its predecessor — it’s a carbon racing bike for those new to the world of competitive road cycling. Accessible performance The Sprint is worthy of inclusion in Bianchi’s Racing category, created for those starting out on their journey in competition. No compromise has been made on the Sprint’s appearance: it’s a sharply-styled, beautiful carbon road bike. Considerations have been made throughout the design to ensure sleekness, clean lines, and a racy, aggressive character. Race ready The carbon monocoque frame is constructed around a racing-specific geometry, providing an aggressive platform from which to chase down attacks, launch breakaways and sprint for mid-race primes. Whether you are consistently tackling big distances in sportives and gran fondos, or actively entering the world of criterium and road racing, this bike will carry you forwards as you progress. Full carbon fork The carbon fork delivers low weight for graceful climbing and agile handling in the turns. Attention to detail Small but important details, such as the aerodynamic profile of the head tube, act as further evidence of the Sprint’s elite racing DNA. Tire clearance The Sprint frame is compatible with larger volume tires to enhance comfort and grip without affecting rolling efficiency or speed. Disc version can accommodate tires up to 700x32c while caliper models are compatible with 700x28c tires. Clean aesthetics The chainstays, fork blades, top tube, and down tube feature a subtle recurring graphic of the Bianchi logo, with a single instance picked out in a contrasting color. Additionally, the frame features internal cable routing, keeping the body of the bike clean and streamlined. - Sprint Disc Carbon Monocoque frame - SRAM Force eTAP 12-speed drivetrain - SRAM Force hydraulic disc brakes - Fulcrum Racing 618 wheels
Racing hard, pushing limits, we all search for that connection. Connection with our world, breathing deep and feeling the rush, being at one with the bike. To extend the Oltre range, we present the XR3—a bike to deliver that connection. All-Weather Conditions Oltre XR3 hydraulic disc brakes are impervious to adverse weather conditions. By developing the disc brake-equipped Oltre XR3, Bianchi allows you to ride perfect lines at the optimum speed—for every single corner, rain or shine. Perfect Handling Thanks to Bianchi CV System and the consistent power, precision, and modulation of disc brakes, the Bianchi Oltre XR3 Disc is the perfect-handling, fast, aero road bike—on any road, in any weather. Clearance Oltre XR3 Disc frame and fork are designed to accommodate wider tires. The extra clearance enhances comfort and grip.
To achieve fast rides from full aerodynamic performance, it is important that both the bike and the rider are as aerodynamically efficient as possible. Our design and engineering teams analyze data from extensive research and development and incorporate performance improvements into all new models. The ARIA's advanced aerodynamic design has been heavily inspired by our extensive wind-tunnel testing, ride data collection, and feedback from our pro riders. For the bike, full aerodynamic performance means the shape of the tubes' profiles and their structural combination to cheat the wind's resistance, resulting in the lowest drag possible. For the rider, full aerodynamic performance means creating a position that allows for the least air resistance. Rider aerodynamics are achieved with an ideal frame and fork racing geometry that allows for an advanced tuck position. Aero frame plus aero rider position equals Full Aero.
Launched in the 1970s, the original sprint was loved by riders of the time, and is much admired still as an iconic piece of cycling’s history. The new sprint is created in the same mould as its predecessor – it’s a racing carbon bike for those new to the world of competitive road cycling.
$1,000.00 - $1,400.00
The Via Nirone 7 is where it all began for Bianchi—the address of Edoardo Bianchi's first workshop in Milan. Start your own cycling story with our entry-level aluminum bike, designed around the proven Bianchi endurance geometry. Hydroformed tubing with internal cable routing and a carbon fork make it the perfect first performance road bike. - Aluminum frame uses hydroforming tubes to produce a stronger and lighter structure - Internal cable routing
The Via Nirone 7 is where it all began for Bianchi—the address of Edoardo Bianchi's first workshop in milan. Start your own cycling story with our entry-level aluminum bike, designed around the proven Bianchi endurance geometry. Hydroformed tubing with internal cable routing and a carbon fork make it the perfect first performance road bike. - Aluminum frame uses hydroforming tubes to produce a stronger and lighter structure - Internal cable routing
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