Missing from the top level of the pro peloton since Jan Ullrich’s infamous Tour de France time trial crash of 2003, Bianchi’s celeste hues return under the legs of Vanconsoleil’s riders for 2012.

Dutch FFWD wheels mate with mechanical Dura-Ace and FSA cranks on the Bianchi Oltre team-issue bike.

Eclectic stuff!

 

  • Brandon

    I agree too! I’m on my second Bianchi road bike and first mountain bike. Three of the beauties in all. I get compliments wherever I go…all are Celeste and beautiful. Of course Campy is the ONLY setup for Bianchi. Shameful, I opine, to have anything other than Campy on these amazing road bikes…Love them.

  • Whele

    Yes absolutely agree, classic Italian frame should have Campagnola SR. This looks like a Farrari fitted with a Nissan engine, just doesn’t work.

  • Ken Evans

    “Missing from the top level of the pro peloton
    since Jan Ullrich’s infamous Tour de France time trial crash of 2003″

    Ullrich wasn’t riding a genuine Bianchi,
    (it was a Walser, with paint !)

  • jonathan richards

    what a lovely bike. pity the team did not use campag then the look would be complete. it really should be ALL italian!