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bsastranegara 09-29-10 05:08 AM

Bianchi Calibrati
 
Hi guys, i wanna i buy a bianchi vintage bikes..and my friend offered me a bianchi calibrati..the colour is sort of red maroune .he said all of the parts are original by campanoglo. what i want to ask is..does the bianchi calibrati exist?

need the info so badly haha...
thanks guys

devinfan 09-29-10 07:34 AM

Hey there, Calibrati is not a Bianchi model, it just means ``Calibrated`` in Italian. I have seen that on some Bianchi tubing decals. The ones I`ve seen it on were plain gauge steel tubing, and lower end. HOWEVER this does not mean that yours is plain gauge OR lower end, I can`t tell without pictures. The fact that it is all Campy would indicate a higher model. Post some pics!

bsastranegara 09-30-10 04:20 PM


Originally Posted by devinfan (Post 11541388)
Hey there, Calibrati is not a Bianchi model, it just means ``Calibrated`` in Italian. I have seen that on some Bianchi tubing decals. The ones I`ve seen it on were plain gauge steel tubing, and lower end. HOWEVER this does not mean that yours is plain gauge OR lower end, I can`t tell without pictures. The fact that it is all Campy would indicate a higher model. Post some pics!

thanks for the attention...surely i post the pic as soon as i get the bike...

bsastranegara 10-01-10 03:29 AM

bianchi picture
 

Originally Posted by devinfan (Post 11541388)
Hey there, Calibrati is not a Bianchi model, it just means ``Calibrated`` in Italian. I have seen that on some Bianchi tubing decals. The ones I`ve seen it on were plain gauge steel tubing, and lower end. HOWEVER this does not mean that yours is plain gauge OR lower end, I can`t tell without pictures. The fact that it is all Campy would indicate a higher model. Post some pics!

Hello,

so these are the pictures of the bike..and there is the serial number also..maybe u can help me what kinda type of bianchi is this...

thanks

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4132/...acb15ff5_s.jpg


http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4083/...37476e01_s.jpg


http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4124/...a0db21cf_s.jpg

Bianchigirll 10-01-10 04:30 AM

these are just like the links in the other tread. we can't tell anything aboutthem other than the bike is red with white decals. I would like toknow is the bike in the US or Europe? the decals look '84 to '87ish but te square headbadge looks out of place on a US bike.

we need better/larger pics. is there a model name on the derailleurs? Campanolo.... Valentino? Nouvo Record? what about the brakes what brand arethey? the cranks also? is could be a lowend Stevlio o perhaps a midlever Alloro we can't tell without better information.

look through soe of the other apprasail treads to see the kinds of pics others are posting. then post some large similar pics. don't worry too much about closeups of the saddle and bar/stem

wrk101 10-01-10 05:02 AM

+1 Bike is red, other than that, can't tell anything from those pictures. Use photobucket or Flickr to host full size pictures.

Juha 10-01-10 05:43 AM

To OP: if you have the full size pictures, post them in your other thread (which is now moved to Classic & Vintage). Everyone else, please post any further comments there as well.

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...-please-inform..

I'm closing this duplicate thread now. Any questions, please PM me.

--Juha, a Forum Mod


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