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Originally Posted by verktyg View Post
My Bianchi bikes

1981 Bianchi Campione Del Mondo - Columbus Tretubi Tubing - Probably 3 main tubes SL with Falck forks and stays.






1987 Bianchi Giro - Fits and handles great but rides like a truck, probably due to the Bianchi Formula Two Tubing The Formula 2 tubes and Victory would make this an '88. I loved the ride of my '88 Trofeo with Formula Two but alas it had to go.



Bianchi Formula Two Tubing - Probably a mix of Columbus SP and SL tubing. I'll have to look for a PM from T-Mar a few years ago. I believe he said these were thought to be a SL and Alle or CroMor mix. They used the same frame on 4 of the Italian bikes in '86, 5 in '87 and 3 in '88. I think they would have been hard pressed to get a SL/SP bike down into the $600 price range.




1990 Bianchi Mondial - Fits and handles perfect - ride is a little still due to Columbus SLX tubing.



Columbus SLX Tubing.




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