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Bianchi Pista Concept 2007

Bike tags: Single speed | Track bike | Bianchi | fixed gear | Pista
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Bianchi Pista Concept - DB 7005 Aluminum track frame

Bar - Profile Design Airwing OS; Cane Creek 200 TT brake lever

Forté Axis Carbon Road Fork; Stock Tange IS22 headset (licensed by Cane Creek)

Cane Creek Volos w/ Continental Sprinter Gatorskin

Cane Creek Volos w/ Continental Sprinter Gatorskin

Truvative (SRAM) Omnium; forged aluminum, laser etched, 144 BCD (a real beefy track crank)

Bianchi seat

Speedplay Zeros; K910 Kool Chain

48x16 stock

Bike can be track legal in five minutes with fork, bar and stem swap. Original Bianchi fork is not drilled for a brake. Stock track setup can be seen on Bianchi site or I may add photos later.

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your frame

is the perfect size that I need and have been scraping around searching for!!!
would you be willing to sell the frame at the right price?
If so, I have the cash and am HIGHLY interested...

P.S. email me if you are interested in selling it ([email protected])

your forks

Do you still have you old concept forks? If you do I would like to buy them from you, but only if they are in good condition. So it would be cool if you could post a picture of them.


should paint the fork white, and can you send a link as to where i can find that fork? thanks
nice bike by the way,


Hi Doggus
Do you know of any other forks on the market with a very shallow to almost straight rake that will fit and look aesthetically right, being that the diameter of the Bianchi head tube is as far as I know, unique leaving a slight lip where the fork meets the head tube. I also wish to fit a front brake but keep the wheel base very short.

looks CLEAN!

is it true the axis only has 40mm of rake?



hi there! how did u manage to put a brake on the front fork when there's no brake mounting on it? Or you've changed the front fork?

I have two fork/handlebar

I have two fork/handlebar setups.

For road use I bought a Forte Axis straight blade carbon fork (PerformanceBike re-branded Kinesis Energy fork) for on sale. It is a solid fork and has good reviews. Pre-drilled for a brake.

I was highly advised not to drill the Bianchi stock fork although you can see here it has been done. I choose the safer option since I do run the track with it.


Get that rear wheel all the way forward in the dropouts you savage! If you wanted long wheelbase you could've converted a 10 speed and saved 00.

Savage no more...

Removed two I can't get a bigger chainring on there. Thanks!

P.S. Only a dumba55 would pay MSRP for a bike. I generally pay ~75%


It seems to have quite a large wheel clearance.... is that normal for the '07, or are they small wheels?

Large frame is the culprit

All my bikes look like they have smaller than 700c wheels because I always have really large frames. This is the largest they make at 61cm.

ahhh, that was my second

ahhh, that was my second guess!


It looks like the chain might have a few too many links in it.

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