When you're looking for high performance and serious speed without the pricetag of Bianchi's top-tier Oltres, the Aria is a perfect choice. The Aria's advanced aerodynamic design has been heavily inspired by extensive wind-tunnel testing, ride data collection, and feedback from Bianchi's pro riders, culminating in the creation of a highly responsive and versatile machine that's ready to take on anything from training rides to triathlon. Aria's drag-reducing frame shape and aggressive geometry lend themselves perfectly to the high-speed race performance demanded in tri events; just add clip-on aero bars, set the bars' stack height (if required), and adjust saddle height and angle, and the Aria is instantly triathlon ready. The Aria's Ultegra groupset delivers outstanding drivetrain performance with 22 crisp shifting gears ready to conquer climbs and get you to the front of the pack. The Aria also comes equipped with an aero Vision Team 35 Comp alloy clincher wheelset, durable Vittoria tires, Selle San Marco saddle, and lightweight alloy Reparto Corse cockpit components. Road or tri, the Aria is ready to help you deliver your best.
The Oltre XR3 was designed for the rider who demands the performance of a pro peloton race machine but lives within the budget of a Cat 3 weekend warrior. The Oltre XR3 has raised the bar for the aero road category. It moves beyond checkbox features like racing geometry, aero tube profiles, and a stiff driveline by adding Bianchi's exclusive Countervail vibration cancellation for greater control, more effective rider positioning, and long distance comfort. Countervail allows the Oltre XR3's rider to remain longer in the most comfortable, efficient ride position to cut down on the greatest percentage of wind drag. With other wind-cheating design enhancements borrowed from Bianchi's premier Oltre XR4 - tapered aero head tube profile, aero fork blades, and fully integrated aero seat post with hidden clamp - the Oltre XR3 stands ready to please the most discerning enthusiast. Oltre XR3 Ultegra Di2 is adorned with Shimano's 11-speed, electronic Ultegra Di2 drivetrain for flawless shifting and powerful braking, as well as light, stiff Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels with supple Vittoria tires for effortless acceleration and grip through high-speed turns. Reparto Corse cockpit components and a Selle San Marco saddle complete the build.
The Infinito Dama was created for the rider who wants to train hard and race strong, yet still remains comfortable when she chooses to tackle a century or fundraising ride. A snappy, lightweight carbon frameset is combined with an endurance road fit and Bianchi's Countervail technology to deliver incredible ride quality. Countervail was developed by a US aerospace company to incorporate viscoelastic, vibration cancelling properties into the carbon fiber layup process. Bianchi’s proprietary use of this material dramatically reduces road vibration - maximizing ride control, increasing rigidity and peak power output, and diminishing rider fatigue over long distances. Add Shimano's smooth and efficient Ultegra drivetrain to make easy work of the climbs as well as zippy Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels, and you're ready to fly. You also get a quality Reparto Corse bar, with a stiff alloy stem and a plush carbon seatpost, as well as a supportive Fizik saddle.
Bianchi's Intenso Disc marks a new generation of all day riding performance for gran fondo and sportive riders. The Intenso Disc is a monocoque carbon fiber endurance road bike that yearns for any road surface you can throw at it. With 28c tire clearance, internal cable routing and K-VID technology in the fork and seat stays, you can hammer away down dirt farm lanes and chip sealed roads as you hunt for the next Strava segment. A full carbon fork and tapered steer tube keep the steering reactive and stable as you carve up the high speed descents on your next club ride. Riding on a long wheel base and with a slightly slack head tube angle, the Intenso offers the rider stability when the road gets rough and the crosswinds rip across the farm fields during your mid-November rides. Shimano 105 has now been upgraded to 11 speeds, closing the performance gap even more between the top tier Shimano groupos. With a larger rear cassette and a compact crank, you can tackle the steepest of climbs on your next club ride or chase that personal record across the next set of hills you’ve been calling your nemesis, the past two seasons.
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