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2006 Steel Bianchi Pista

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Bianchi Pista / 57 cm/ 2006

Bianchi Steel Track (Stock) / Bianchi Alloy (Stock)

CrMo (Stock) / VP AheadSet (Stock)

Bianchi Hi-Flange Track Hubs (Stock) / Alex AT400 32h rims (Stock) / Continental Gatorskins

Bianchi Hi-Flange Track Hubs (Stock) / Alex AT400 32h rims (Stock) / Continental Gatorskins

SRAM Truvativ Omnium / GXP Team BB

Bianchi Velo (Stock) / Alloy (Stock)

MKS GR-9 Platform / KMC Cool

48-16 ratio

Update: So I replaced my crankset and bottom bracket. I really like the color of the Omniums. Just waiting on my new pedals now...

This is my first bike, so far I love it. Mostly everything is stock. There are Fi'zi:k grips on it and Knog lights. I hope to upgrade my wheels next, thinking some deep V's. Feel free to share any ideas or thoughts that you have, I'm open to hearing them. I plan on updating the progress as I go. Thanks all.

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forget the sugino, cop

forget the sugino, cop omniums and put the money you save towards a new wheelset. swap out the saddle and seatpost as well.


Just curious, why does a better seatpost even matter?

Just the ring or the set?


suggestion for a new crankset

Put a Sugino Messenger (or, if u can, a Sugino 75), it's a nice looking crankset, strong too.. on my pista atm I changed only the chainring because the stock Truvativ crank still works perfectly.

Did you replace your bottom bracket as well?

The Sugino cranks and chain rings are nice.


I would change the bb and the crankset. Mine started to crunch after a couple months' of use.

I think I will too

From what I've read, seems like most Pista owners do the same. Any suggestions?

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