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Old 06-03-10, 02:42 PM   #1
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Bianchi Catalog Archive?

Is there a Bianchi Catalog Archive? I've googled everything I can think of and didn't come up with much more than the One on VeloBase and the 5 or so from the early 80's on bulgier.net

I'm looking for early 90's...


Or if you're well versed in Bianchi do you know anything about a 90's model with curved seat stays, vertical dropouts and Canti brakes? I believe its Aluminum


Sorry I got no pics.
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I am not aware of any online Bianchi catalog archive and if I was more computer savvy I would start one.

is the frame in question for 700c wheels? could be a 'cross frame what color is the paint and decals?
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I, too, have no idea where to find Bianchi catalogs.

...other than Bianchigirll. She seems to keep them all for herself.
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I am not aware of any online Bianchi catalog archive and if I was more computer savvy I would start one.

is the frame in question for 700c wheels? could be a 'cross frame what color is the paint and decals?
It certainly could be a 'cross frame. Its Red with Black Decals and I do believe it would take 700c wheels although there are no wheels (or any components) on it right now.

Unfortunately the decals are beat and the model name is worn off. The only other defining features I can think of are the Seat Tube sticks up like a full inch or more above the joint with the Top tube and the RD cable stop is on the bottom of the chainstay so the Cable routing goes under the BB.
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Bikepedia (http://www.bikepedia.com/) has specs of most bikes sold in the US from 1993 on. Not pictures for all models, but it is a good source on information. Navigation is a PITA, you got to browse by year, then by manufacturer and then by model.
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