Mid 80’s Bianchi Specilissima 58cm

Weight9 kg
Frame size58 cm
Top tube lenght57 cm ct.- ct.
Stand over height84 cm
Wheel base99.5 cm
Wheel size700c
Country of productionItaly
Number of gears12


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The Specialissima was born in 1956, when the Bianchi team already had quite an award collection and Fausto Coppi – whose name would forever be connected to the company – had already won five Giro d’Italia and two Tour de France. The company, established in 1885, had been the leader in the Italian market for decades.

Throughout the 1960s, the Specialissima – replacing the famous “Campione del Mondo” model, so similar in the frame profile but so different in the components – would become the top-ranking Bianchi racing bicycle. The Specialissima: a superlative that was not uttered with haughtiness or arrogance, but with well-grounded pride.

Tubes Columbus SL
Handlebar 3ttt Competizione 41cm ct. ct
Stem 3ttt Bianchi Panto in 125mm
headset 1″ threaded O.M.A.S. legasuperleggera
Shifters Campagnolo Super Record CUSTOM
Cranks Campagnolo Super Record 170mm 53T x 42T
B.B. Campagnolo Super Record 36 x 24
Fr. Der. Campagnolo Super Record
Rear Der. Campagnolo Super Record
Brakes Campagnolo Super Record
Wheels Campagnolo Super Record 36 hole hubs laced with FIAMME ERGAL Rims
Tires Hutchinson Krono
Seatpost Campagnolo Super Record 27.2mm
Saddle Selle Italia Super Turbo

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