|Size, cm||16.5||18.5||20.5||22||L 16.5||L 19.5|
|Seat Tube, mm||420||470||510||560||420||495|
|Top Tube-actual, mm||545||570||585||600||544||560|
|Top Tube-virtual, mm||569||590||602||617||552||570|
|Fork Rake, mm||47||47||47||47||47||47|
|Head Tube Angle, º||70||70||70||70||70||70|
|Seat Tube Angle, º||72||72||72||72||72||72|
|Standover Height, in||29||31||32||33.5||21||22|
|Style||8spd Café Racer|
|Sizes||16.5, 18.5, 20, 22"; Step-through 16.5, 19.5"|
|Colors||Celeste; Glossy Black|
|Frame||7005 aluminum, curved top tube|
|Fork||CrMo, rack eyelets|
|Headset||VP, 1-1/8" threaded|
|Handlebar||Arc alloy, swept-back design|
|Brakes/Levers||F: Shimano V brake / Shimano Nexus lever; R: Shimano Nexus / Nexus dual control lever|
|Cassette||Shimano Nexus, 20T|
|Pedals||Wellgo, slip-resistant platform|
|Wheels||Bianchi Alloy front, Shimano Nexus 8spd rear hubs; Alex ACE 19 36h rims|
|Tires||Kenda Kwest, 26x1.5|
|Shifters||Shimano Nexus 8spd|
|Saddle||Bianchi Viscount with flashing LED light|
|Other||Fenders; kick stand; chain guard; leather grips|
When we introduced the Milano in the previous century (OK, it was the late 1990s), the bike was ahead of its time. Now its time has come. Although the Milano?s swoopy aluminum frame and low-maintenance derailleur-free shifting are as distinctive as ever, what the bike represents?the idea that functional design can make a bold impression?is particularly resonant in the era of 3-buck gasoline. So while the fashionistas are swooning over the ?café racer? aesthetic of your personal mobility, you?ll quietly be grooving to the Milano?s down-to-earth convenience, including fenders and a chainguard for cleanliness, a kickstand for easy parking, and a comfortable saddle with a built-in flashing light for the dark. Both frames available in either color.
The Trans-Lombardy Challenge
powered by Bianchi
Live it up in Lombardy! Join us this September, as we ride across this famed cycling terrain, from the iconic Passo Stelvio to beautiful Bellagio on the lavish Lake Como.
As a special treat, we'll explore this breathtaking region with the help of the legendary Italian brand, Bianchi! In celebration of Bianchi's 130th Anniversary, they are inviting us to join them in Lombardy to explore the superb routes and illustrious history that have inspired one of the world's most distinguished cycling institutions.
Hotel Alexander is a quiet and elegant 4 star hotel on the sea, situated in one of the most panoramic spots of the Adriatic Coast: the ideal place for cyclists , whom we offer everyone a “plus” for an unforgettable bike holiday, on the roads of the GIRO D’ITALIA.