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Bianchi 928SL (Ceramica Flaminia edition) (gone)         Featured Bike! on 09/22/2010

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Bianchi 928SL Team Flaminia Edition; 57cm; 2010

3T Ergonova Pro, 40cm; 3T ARX Team, 120mm

Bianchi HoC; FSA Integrated

Zipp 303 Tubular; Challenge Strada

Zipp 303 Tubular; Challenge Strada

Rotor 3D; Chris King

Selle San Marco Concor Light; Integrated

Look Keo Sprint Laneo; Campagnolo Record 11

Campagnolo Record 11; Campagnolo Record 11 RD; Campagnolo Record 10 FD

Mavic SSC; Campagnolo Record 11

52/36; 12-25

Sold in various pieces to various people.

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Okay, NOW I get it...

You PMed me before you uploaded the new photos :-0

Waitasec - this is a whole different other bike entirely. Added to the cluster.

I've only had one five-minute opportunity to futz with the 11-gear levers. Do you like the feel compared to the old 9/10-speeds?


Levers are super-comfy. Shifting action was a little light on some of the earlier batches (including the Chorus 11 shifters on my Moots), but the stuff from mid-2009 onwards was a lot more like proper 'mechanical'-feeling Campy.

The 2009/10 Centaur levers are still available - and exactly the same as current Record levers, albeit with only 10, rather than 11, speeds - and have the new shape. My shop has installed a few sets of Centaur levers onto older 10-speed Record groups for folks. I definitely prefer the newer shape - I had a 10-speed Record group on my old Time VXS and put Centaur shifters on that, too, before I sold it.

As to this versus the other 928SL, all that's changed is the frame, tires and waterbottles - it was a straight transplant from one to the other. I think I like this color more.


Nice looking campy ride!

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