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Bianchi Pista Concept 2007

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bianchi pista concept, 54cm, 2007

3t/bianchi

alpina stock/fsa

gipiemme

ambrosia roulette disc wheel with gipiemme hub vitoria tubular

sram omnium

bontrager/ camapgnola aero

shimano pd-7401/ kmc super light

shimano size 42

48/15

120/180

so fun. the front of the seat collar cracked on me 2 years ago, but has never affected performance. Also, i rode this bike for 2 years messengering where it accumulated several dings, but i still love it.

People who friended this bike Tracker, cannonhugodale, deiseldog706, campystamp, fufek

a messenger riding with a

a messenger riding with a rear disk wheel and a seatpost well above maximum insertion. hmmm....

Sure

Yea rode the same tubular for years....ever changed out wheels on your bike? Used a Thompson seatpost forever that was quite longer and well below the minimum insertion limit when it cracked

Meh...

I used the seat and seat post on my road bike right before switching over for picture. Seat angle is level and post sits right on the minimum insertion length now. The crack is hairlined and has never slipped in the past two years.

it probably cracked from the

it probably cracked from the leverage of that seatpost, its so high up... careful the seat doesnt start slipping down when you mash the pedals or even just sit on it...

Is that campy post even long

Is that campy post even long enough? Those posts are pretty short and I wouldnt be surprised if its above insertion line.

Cmon guys... look at this

Cmon guys... look at this guys bike, it's AMAZING! Think he really cares about ANY of that?! Haha. No.

Best Pista Concept I've seen.

it baffles me that he has it

it baffles me that he has it so high, yet the seat tilted forward so much...

Yes sir!

Agreed!!!



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