Bianchi Vigorelli - 2013

Bianchi Vigorelli
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Bianchi's Vigorelli is named after the famous velodrome in Milan, yet you'll be riding so much more than just circles on this sweet Italian thoroughbred. Its efficient, nimble and super-smooth Reynolds 631 steel frame and carbon fork let you enjoy Bianchi's legendary road ride for even more fun on all your favorite loops. And it's built with quality components from the easy-rolling Reparto Corse wheelset with grippy Hutchinson tires, to the SRAM Apex 20-speed drivetrain that shifts like a champ and lets you cruise over the climbs. You also get powerful dual-pivot brakes, a nice selection of Bianchi Reparto Course components and a supportive San Marco seat.

Specs

Frame Full Reynolds 631 steel
Fork Bianchi C2C K-Vid carbon
Rims/Wheels Reparto Corse 5.1 Lite
Hubs See Rims/Wheels
Tires Hutchinson Equinox 2, 700 x 23c
Crankset SRAM Apex
Chainrings 50/34
Front Derailleur SRAM Apex
Rear Derailleur SRAM Apex
Rear Cogs SRAM, 10-speed: 11-32
Shifters SRAM Apex
Handlebars Reparto Corse aluminum
Tape/Grips Bianchi, cork
Stem Reparto Corse aluminum
Brake Levers SRAM Apex
Brakes FSA Gossamer Pro
Saddle Selle San Marco Ponza
Seatpost Reparto Corse aluminum

Part Numbers

Option MPN
51cm Y3BE4U51KR
59cm Y3BE4U59KR
61cm Y3BE4U61KR

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Pros

  • Lightweight 
  • Durable 
  • Versatile 

Best Uses

  • Commuting/City 

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5

bianchi vigorelli very nice bike

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from boulder and austin tx

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Commuting/City

    Comments:

    had to decide between flatbar specialized sirrus carbon and this bike. Happy i made the choice for the bianchi. it's fast, light, easy to ride. I mostly ride around town. Turned the stem up so it is more an upright ride. Classic beautiful bike. The Bianchi steel frame is actually smoother riding than the specialized carbon. Put on very light pedals and upgraded handlebar with carbon easton drop bar, great upgrade. love it all the way.

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