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2010 / Bianchi Super Pista Celeste / 51 cm

(SR) Sakae Randnner handle bars drops (japan) wrapped in black lizard grips/ Thomson elite stem 70mm / purple anodize headcap and bolt

bianchi super pista fork (carbon fiber) / Cane Creek / anodized purple spacers

Aerospoke (raw) / Fyxation tires (wht)

Aerospoke (raw) / Fyxation tires (wht)

Shimano Dura Ace 7710 Crankset / Shimano octalink bottom bracket

Thomson elite Seatpost / Specialized toupe t-130 leather seat carbon fiber trim titanium rails

MKS GR-9 pedals (black) / KMC chain (Silver)


Break Caliper: Tecktro Quartz 725 / Diacomp brake lever

gear ratio 16-48 / Shimano Dura Ace 7710 Chainring 48tooth / purple anodized chainring bolts


Built it myself. Project over 3G's and was a pretty penny. Well worth it!!!! as far as the 2 Aerospokes go and fat tires, i grew up riding BMX Bikes and the mag wheel look still gets me. Reason for building this bike: i just like to build bikes..... one of many....

People who friended this bike Dean de las Alas, Olej, galileo, Thirteen., xandersgiirl2012, FrankSenese

One of my favorite frames.

One of my favorite frames. Something about the super pista, It's majestic.

Not even down

lose the road bars, aerojokes, fix ur seat and get some clips. then u got a clean bike.

Hmmm… not sure how I feel

Hmmm… not sure how I feel about this build. A few things that I question are the setback seat post and the totally jammed back seat rails. Do you really need all your weight that far back over the wheel? I thought maybe it's because you got a tall upper body… but then I see you have a little tiny short stem. Did you get this bike fitted when it was build? I don't think any bike fitter would do this though.

Secondly, I've never really liked road bars on track bikes.

Third, no foot retention on a fixed gear is foolish. I know you have a brake, but riding with cages or clipless pedals is the smart and more efficient thing to do.

lol! I grew up riding bmx

lol! I grew up riding bmx bikes. I wasnt really trying to go for the light weight factor. I chose every single part of this bike down to each screw and bolt according to how I ride, and every component's size to my comfort. Coming from a Bmx backround I know and would agree it is totally not the traditional look or feel of a bike. but definately suites the way I ride.

Skids vs. gear ratio

That gear ratio will make you kill your rear tire in a month cause you'll have only one skid patch. Check it:


It's actually a single speed free wheel. COming from a bmx backround bike. I prefer it. plus i just had surgery on my knee and fixed would be too much stess on it.

is the geometry different

is the geometry different from the previous years? looks like the top tube is sloping. awesome frame otherwise.

not to mention it's a 51 cm

not to mention it's a 51 cm frame


only difference was double butted welding reinforcement on the frame, the middle tube where the seat post goes is slightly thicker, the seat clamp is separate with a bolt setup, getting rid of the seat clamp stripping ordeal it being part of the frame with the older Pista concepts, and Bianchi decal is fatter.


Hey man,

Did you get the bike custom painted or did it come like that?

deh biek comz liek datt

deh biek comz liek datt

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