Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - bianchi san jose: flat bar, pro or int'l?
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08-30-08, 12:30 PM
hello all, i have recently inquired, via e-mail, to my fabs (far away bike shop) re the saint joe. he says i
have a choice of the '09 flat bar, '09 pro or a '08 international.
does anyone know how these may differ? the flat bar is obvious; but are these similar in gearing, stock
wheels/tires, paint color etc? i searched the interweb and i got nothing. grassy ass, hornytoad
08-30-08, 12:37 PM
08-30-08, 12:51 PM
"The San Jose, with its cyclocross style steel frame and fork, 700×32 tires, and cantilever brakes, is good for city riding on bumpy, potholed streets. Bianchi will also have the “San Jose Pro,” which is the fancy trim version and features a carbon fiber fork, Fizik Pave saddle, Deda Big Piega handelbar and Big Logo stem, and fenders."
08-30-08, 01:01 PM
the 'pro' w/ fenders and carbon fork = looks like my next bike.
is this an entry-level fork, i assume. can anyone advise as to which fork this may be or, in general, the ride of bianchi carbon forks?
thanks sneaky viking.
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