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80-81 Japanese Bianchi Professional

Old 07-07-14, 10:04 PM
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80-81 Japanese Bianchi Professional

After doing some searching, I realized I had a Japanese Bianchi. I bought the frame new and assembled it when I was a kid. I went with the Ishiwata frame to save money. After reading some of the various comments regarding these bikes on the web, I would have to agree that some of the Japanese bikes might be better than the Italian counter parts. Anyway, here are some photos of my bike. I put the sew ups on for the full shot but normally run clinchers. The bike is full Campy and weighs just less than 21 pounds. If you look close, you can see the drop outs are Suntour PRO. The bike is amazingly efficient and out coast all of my friend's bikes.
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Old 07-07-14, 10:41 PM
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Nothing wrong with Japanese made Bianchi's. I don't think Bianchi ever made a bad bike in general. They had a few low end gas pipe bikes i've seen here and there but the majority are really good bikes.
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Old 07-08-14, 01:13 AM
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Sharp looking Bianchi!
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Old 07-08-14, 04:01 AM
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I agree nice looking Bianchi.

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