The Impulso All Road best suits the needs of riders looking to enjoy endless miles — whether their excursions take them up fire roads, across gravel roads, or a bit of under-biking on the local mountain bike trails. One of Bianchi's best selling road bikes is the Impulso. From reputable gran fondo events to the brutally rough, cobblestone raced roads at Paris — Roubaix, their Impulso has done it all. With accolades like that, it made perfect sense to expand upon the Impulso's frame technology of THT, B.A.T., and include front and rear rack mounts with larger tire clearance. Retaining the hallmark Bianchi ride quality isn't easy. They met this benchmark by utilizing THT - Triple Hydroformed Tubing and triple butted aluminum tubing. This provides the rider a light weight and efficient pedaling platform, increased frame strength, and steering response. The Impulso All Road's stiff downtube and bottom bracket region make quick work of each pedal stroke. The tall chainstay profiles and thru-axles keep the rear end tracking straight and resist pedal induced twisting as you out sprint others to the next brevet check point. The full carbon fork allows you to fit a 40mm tire. The frame's rear end accepts a 40mm tire as well. At the rear of the bike, B.A.T. — Bianchi Active Technology allows you to obtain vertical compliance and different stiffness behaviors under varying directional forces, without wasting power transfer to the rear wheel. The compact bend handlebar on the Impulso All Road has a distinct flare at the bottom of the drops. This allows you to stay comfortable as you hold the wide handlebar and open up your chest for better breathing. On your next overnight bike trip, this flare lets you mount under the bar up to a 20 inch stuff sack. That's more than enough space to carry your sleeping pad, single person tent, and a compressible jacket. Traction and pinch flat protection are paramount. For this, when it comes to off road riding, mountain bikers unanimously use tubeless tires. The Impulso All Road gives you that convenience with its Reparto Corse tubeless-ready wheel set. The All Road rims are laced to sealed bearing hubs of comparable Shimano SLX-level weight specifications. With approved tubeless rim tape, stems, sealant, and tires, you can travel worry free on the Impulso All Road. A reliable parts package from Shimano, including a 105 drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes, anchors the Impulso All Road for your riding needs. Compact gearing and a wide range cassette make quick work of the flattest or steep pitched roads that come your way.
The love of the ride, the sun on your face, or a shared mid-ride coffee are a few examples of why cycling is a lifelong sport. Your entry to the sport should make a statement. One that says you love a 135 year old, deeply rooted story about a historic bicycle paint color and a little Italian named Fausto Coppi who raced against the odds of war, the peloton- through the hills of the Italy, winning the Giro d'Italia five times. Your passion for the ride continues on in the Bianchi Intrepida. The Intrepda is a monocoque carbon fiber endurance road bike that keeps your rides fast, fun, and competitive while not breaking your bank account. With 28c tire clearance and internal cable routing, you can hammer away on your next gran fondo or take the final pull to the finish for your group. A full carbon fork and tapered steer tube keep the steering reactive and stable as you carve up the high speed descents on your next club ride. Riding on a wheel base longer than Bianchi's Extreme Racing series of bikes and with a slightly slack head tube angle, the Intrepida offers the rider stability when the road gets rough and the crosswinds rip across the farm fields during your mid-November rides. The Shimano Tiagra drivetrain provides the gearing you'll need to conquer every mountain, and caliper brakes from Shimano give confidence-boosting stopping power and speed modulation to riders of all skill levels. Add in a Reparto Corse cockpit and you've got the command center you'll need for endless adventure.
Introduce yourself to road riding in Italian style aboard Bianchi's Via Nirone Sora. It boasts a hydroformed aluminum frame and carbon fork that have been expertly engineered for a great all-around road ride you'll love. This fine roadster sports a quality wheelset, an 18-speed Shimano Sora drivetrain for easy climbing, and dual-pivot brakes for excellent speed control. The Shimano drivetrain features all the gears you'll need to conquer climbs and sail over flats like a champ. Trusty Reparto Corse components round out a classic package that's a great entry point for a newer rider, or a solid next bike for someone more seasoned.
Imagine pedaling through picturesque city streets to meet a friend at a local café—with Bianchi’s Venezia, not only will you look great on arrival, but you’ll look fabulous as you effortlessly cruise to your destination. The aluminum frame is lightweight and keeps you comfortably upright, so you can take in the scenery, while the 700c wheels roll quickly and easily down the street or bike path. With 8 speeds, you can comfortably scale any hill, especially knowing your powerful linear-pull brakes will keep you firmly in control on the way back down. Plus, the stylish matching fenders and chainguard keep you clean and dry, so you remain comfortable your entire ride and look good when you’re done.
Bianchi's Cortina Dama is perfect for getting around town and campus, running errands, commuting in style, and enjoying your time outdoors. It features a lightweight, double-butted, hydroformed aluminum frame, sturdy aluminum fork, and double-wall rims for durability. A wide, thick, spring-suspended saddle, ergonomic handgrips, and slip-resistant platform pedals maximize ride comfort. Simple Revo-Twist shifters matched to Shimano's reliable Altus drivetrain provide 24-speeds for carefree cruising.
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