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1990-1995? Bianchi, first bike! Help?

Old 08-01-14, 05:35 PM
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1990-1995? Bianchi, first bike! Help?

So I'm planning on biking to work more often and I am looking into
Getting a Bianchi I live in Hollywood and would be commuting 3 miles a day down sunset and
3 miles back.
I found this bike on craigslist.
It's a vintage bianchi( I believe) and it's 300$
It has down tube gears, and breaks on the handle bars.
I was wondering if any one could tell me the value, the year and the model for the
Bianchi in the picture.
I appreciate all advice and comments
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Old 08-01-14, 05:54 PM
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The price seems OK but there isn't enough information to determine anything. the stem looks dangerously high as well as the seatpost. I would suspect the current owner/rider is too tall for this.

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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
The price seems OK but there isn't enough information to determine anything. the stem looks dangerously high as well as the seatpost. I would suspect the current owner/rider is too tall for this.

This is the description from the ad the bike is 57cm frame the guy who owns the bike 62 and upgraded to a bigger Bianchi
Here's the ad :
I am selling a 12 speed vintage Bianchi. It has flipper breaks like you would on fixie, but it has gears so can handle hilly areas. This bike is really a smooth and fast ride, I am only selling because it is a bit small for me and I have another Bianchi.
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