Fremont

Size, cm 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63
Seat Tube, mm 460 480 500 520 540 560 580 600
Top Tube-actual, mm 508 516 526 542 550 559 574 583
Top Tube-virtual, mm 518 525 535 552 560 570 586 596
Chainstay, mm 406 406 406 410 410 410 415 418
Fork Rake, mm 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43
Head Tube Angle, º 72.5 73 73 73 73 73 73 73
Seat Tube Angle, º 76 75.5 75 74 74 73 72.5 72
Wheelbase, mm 980 977 981 992 1000 1000 1015 1022
Standover Height, in 29 29.2 30 30.3 31 31.7 32.5 33
Headset Tange integrated
Handlebar Bianchi alloy
Stem Bianchi alloy
Brakes/Levers LeeChi Dual-pivot / LeeChi lever
Crankset Sugino XD, 48T
Bottom Bracket Cartridge
Chain KMC
Sprocket 17T fixed cog
Pedals Resin, toe-clip compatible
Wheels Bianchi Alex Solo track wheelset, 28h
Tires Continental UltraSport, 700x23C
Saddle Bianchi Velo
Seatpost Alloy, 27.2mm
Style One-speed Road Bike
Sizes 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63cm
Color Glossy Black
Frame Bianchi DB 7005 Aluminum, rear entry track dropouts
Fork Bianchi carbon, alloy steerer
Retail Price $739.99

Fixed-gear road bikes are great for instilling a smooth pedaling cadence. The problem has always been creating such a bike. Now there?s an easy solution: The Fremont is a first-of-its-kind fixed-gear road bike, built to enliven your training rides right out of the box. Its top-quality aluminum frame and carbon fork ensure you?ll get more mileage and enjoyment out of turning the 48x17 gear. And a pair of dual-pivot road brakes helps you slow down even as you pedal nonstop. Experience pure pedaling efficiency and make yourself a better rider.

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Thomson Bike Tours

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Three unique cycling adventures across the Italian Alps and the fabulous Tuscan hills

Internationally-famed cycling tour operator Thomson Bike Tours and Bianchi team-up together again to launch three new exciting and exclusive trips: Ruta Negra Italia, L'Eroica and Trans-Lombardia Challenge (the second edition). All guests will be equipped with Bianchi’s award-winning Infinito CV model – “The Hottest bike of 2015” (by Bicycling Magazine).

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