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Old 08-05-10, 07:15 PM
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lots of nice looking Bianchis on here. here are a few of mine

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Old 08-05-10, 08:06 PM
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Originally Posted by kimconyc


I like the color of alien vomit.
damn, that bike is full of hawtness!
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i think i love you, excellent herd you got there
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Originally Posted by kimconyc


I like the color of alien vomit.

What wheelset do you have on that bike?
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Old 08-05-10, 08:51 PM
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1998 Veloce. Now has blue tires and bar tape.
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Originally Posted by kimconyc


I like the color of alien vomit.
beautiful bike, digging the geometry
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Originally Posted by retrofit
Don't tell my wife, but I think I might be in love with this one...

And I can't tell all of you just how much I like this thread. I've always had a very soft spot for Bianchis, especially if they've got that beautiful celeste color on them...

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Great stuff so far. Will post mine tomorrow, just finished it
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tooooo much celeste!!
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Originally Posted by Huzzah
What wheelset do you have on that bike?
2009 Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLR.
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Originally Posted by retrofit
Beautiful lugwork.

Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
lots of nice looking Bianchis on here. here are a few of mine
Maglia Celeste winner!
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Originally Posted by retrofit
Mannn. Wicked.

More pics, and what wheels are you running?
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Originally Posted by chefxian


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This is awesome

Also, retrofit, that bike looks sweet and its a great photo. More please.
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Originally Posted by chasmm
Don't tell my wife, but I think I might be in love with this one...

And I can't tell all of you just how much I like this thread. I've always had a very soft spot for Bianchis, especially if they've got that beautiful celeste color on them...

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Originally Posted by kimconyc
Beautiful lugwork.

BianchiGirll - Maglia Celeste winner!
The lugs are my favorite of the late 70's early 80's Bianchis.

On the other hand, I would love to have a Mega Pro Ti like BianchiGirll's:

Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
lots of nice looking Bianchis on here. here are a few of mine

Originally Posted by stien
Mannn. Wicked.

More pics, and what wheels are you running?
O.M.A.S. hubset with Ambrosio 19 rims...buttery smooth and quiet.



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Originally Posted by clutchy
tooooo much celeste!!
i have a fever, and the only perscription, is more celeste!
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Originally Posted by kimconyc


Maglia Celeste winner!
thank you *blushing*

Originally Posted by retrofit
On the other hand, I would love to have a Mega Pro Ti like BianchiGirll's:

Stan
thank you *curtsey* I just realized I need an updated pic. I put Monoplanor style brakes and those Celeste Wellgo pedals on it.

all these Bianchis are greatlooking but I wonder just how much the basic geomentry varies between the oldest and newest, the leasurely Volpe and the fast paced Ti or Carbon?

BG


BTW clutchy you can never have too much Celeste! I actually have two red Bianchis I want to repaint!
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Originally Posted by kimconyc
2009 Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLR.
Could you please tell us the model and year of your Bianchi?
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I loved mine. Light, stiff, quick.



Unforntunately, now it's just a wall decoration in my garage now.


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Originally Posted by LUCAS
Could you please tell us the model and year of your Bianchi?
2007 Bianchi 928SL HoC.
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Originally Posted by caloso
I loved mine. Light, stiff, quick.



Unforntunately, now it's just a wall decoration in my garage now.


That used to be such a sweet ride. I wished they made the T-Cube in that color.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Is that a mini pump by the water bottle cage?
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Originally Posted by cshell
Is that a mini pump by the water bottle cage?

no, just a CO2 and inflator

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