Milano

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
Chainstay, mm 445 445 445 445 445 445
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
Wheelbase, mm 1070 1091 1104 1121 1053 1071
Standover Height, in 29 31 32 33.5 21 22

$649.99

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
Stem Alloy, 25º
Brakes/Levers F: Shimano V brake / Shimano Nexus lever; R: Shimano Nexus / Nexus dual control lever
Crankset Sugino, 44T
Bottom Bracket Cartridge
Chain KMC
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
Derailleurs, r/f n/a
Shifters Shimano Nexus 8spd
Saddle Bianchi Viscount with flashing LED light
Seatpost Alloy, 27.2mm
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.

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"The Davos Rides powered by Bianchi" project consists of two premium performance bike tours in cooperation with world-renowned operator Thomson Bike Tours. The two DavosRides by Bianchi are set to take place in summer 2017: August 2nd - 7th and August 30th - September 4th

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