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Help with finding a Bianchi Ti Bike

Old 09-01-22, 12:19 PM
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Help with finding a Bianchi Ti Bike

Hi everyone. I have been a cycling since I was a child but haven't been much of that in recent times and want to get back into it. I recently moved to cycle friendly city and this has made it possible for me. I have been reading online and have learnt a little about geometry, materials and designs but I still have long way to go and this journey of discovery will most probably continue. I have my heart set on getting a Bianchi road/gravel bike , 53 / ML size and especially one with a Titanium frame. That is my ideal bike and would love to have one. I have been looking around online but haven't been able to find one. Does anyone know where I could look t find one. Any information would be a great help. Please help a newbie . Thanks
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bianchigirl You are the fountain of knowledge when it comes to this. Do you have any advice ?
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Bianchi made a titanium bike in the 90s... there is currently no titanium bike in their line-up. Here are their current gravel bikes:

https://www.bianchi.com/store/us_EN/bikes/gravel.html
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Originally Posted by xs29
bianchigirl You are the fountain of knowledge when it comes to this. Do you have any advice ?
I think you want to summon Bianchigirll
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Bianchi mega tube titanium. Great bike.

My 35mm tired gravel bike. Silly fast
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Originally Posted by Caliwild
Bianchi made a titanium bike in the 90s... there is currently no titanium bike in their line-up. Here are their current gravel bikes:

https://www.bianchi.com/store/us_EN/bikes/gravel.html
Those $2700 Impulso’s are pretty darn nice.

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