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Bianchi Bikes and Frames

Bianchi is the oldest bicycle company in the world. Founder Edoardo Bianchi started making bikes in Milan, Italy in 1885.

On this page: 48cm Bianchi Reparto Corse frame | 54cm Bianchi Superleggera frameset | 56cm Bianchi Campione d'Italia Campy Mirage bicycle | 60cm Bianchi Alloro complete bike

48 cm Bianchi Reparto Corse $800.00, gently used frameset

48cm seat tube x 53cm top tube

Until recently, Bianchi's legendary Reparto Corse was the shop where only a few hand-built frames were made, including those for the brand's legendary racing teams. This shop starting building fine racing frames more than one hundred years ago. This frame, part of the last run of steel Bianchi Reparto Corse frames, was made according to that fine artistic tradition.

It is made from Bianchi's XL-Boron heat-treated triple-butted steel tubing and comes with a full carbon fork.

Though not new, as you can see in the pictures, the frame's first owner treated it as the work of art it is.

48 cm Bianchi Reparto Corse

Side view, note investment-cast rear fork ends

48 cm Bianchi reparto corse

View of rear triangle

Bianchi reparto corse frame

Front view showing the Bianchi proprietary full carbon fork

Bianchi head tube

Head tube. Yes, it's made in Bella Italia!

Bianche Reparto Corse

Photo showing the XL Boron triple butted steel tubing decal. Note also the lovely welds at the bottom bracket.


54 cm Bianchi Superleggera frame and fork. $400.00 (used)

54cm seat tube x 54cm top tube

The $400.00 price is for the frame and fork. Please contact us if you are interested in the components on the frameset.

The frame is built with Columbus SL tubing. The dropouts are Gipiemme.

Bianchi Superleggero

A classic Bianchi. The color difference around the bottom bracket shell is because the downtube was re-brazed.

Bianchi Superleggero

Here's a close-up of the repair.

Bianchi Superleggero

Front view showing the classic Modolo anatomical lever hoods. Those are Modolo Flyer brakes. The bar and stem are Modolo Speedy.

Bianchi Superleggero

Seat cluster. Brake mount uses recessed allen bolt.

Bianchi Superleggero

Rear view. The Gipiemme dropouts will accept a rack or fenders.


56 cm (Bianchi calls it 57) Campione d'Italia Campagnolo Mirage/Veloce/Centaur-equipped bicycle: $1,000.00

A “57cm”, but really a 56cm, with a top tube of 55.5cm. 

Dedacciai double-butted CrMo, lugged steel frame with a unicrown fork. It is Made in Italy.

Campagnolo Mirage 8-speed ergolevers, derrailleurs, cogset.  Veloce double-pivot brake calipers, Centaur 39/53 crankset, Campy Mirage headset loose-packed.  Selcof seatpost with a Flite Ti saddle, 3T stem and bar.  Connex all-nickle chain.

Wheels: Handbuilt wheels using Mavic Open Pro rims, DT Revolution spokes, alloy nipples, Athena rear hub with the grease port in the rubber seal, Centaur front hub. Vittoria Rubino Pro tires.

Plus: Elite cages, Cateye Strada cadence computer, and SKS P35 fenders custom mounted.

We tuned, greased and cleaned this gently-used work of the bikebuilder's art.

Bianchi Campione d'Italia

The bike is road-ready.

Bianchi Campione d'Italia

A beautifully cared-for bike in classic Bianchi Celeste.

Downtube

A close-up side view shows the bike's lovely condition.

Bianchi Campione

A close-up view of the non-drive side.

Bianchi head tube

Close-up of the head tube and Campagnolo headset. Note the matching Celeste clipless pedals.

Bianchi Campione

Front View.


60 cm Bianchi Alloro. Frame and fork: $600.00. Complete bike: $3,126.30

This can be bought as either a frameset or complete Campagnolo-equipped bike.

60cm seat tube x 58.5 cm top tbe

Frameset is built from Deda ZeroTre tubing.

Bike components:

Bianchi Bike

The light green-blue is Bianchi's trademark color, Celeste.

Bianchi Alloro

Front view of this classic bike

Bianchi bike

Seat tube detail

Bianchi rear view

Rear view

Bianchi bike

Rear triangle showing semi-vertical dropouts and clamp-on chainstay cable stop