|COLOR||F6 - Black Satin|
|FRAME||Bianchi Chromolite Cr-Mo, TIG welded, double butted|
|FORK||Bianchi Cr-Mo, 1 1/8"|
|SHIFTER||Shimano Tiagra 10sp|
|REAR DERAILLEUR||Shimano Tiagra 10sp|
|FRONT DERAILLEUR||Shimano Tiagra|
|CRANKSET||Shimano Tiagra 50X39X30|
|BOTTOM BRACKET||Included w/crankset|
|CHAIN||Shimano CN-HG54 10sp|
|CASSETTE||Shimano Tiagra 11-32T|
|RIM / WHEELSET||Alex XC23|
|FRONT HUB||Shimano RS400-S|
|REAR HUB||Shimano RS400-S|
|TIRE||Vittoria Randonneur 700x28c|
|STEM||Reparto Corse 3D forged alloy|
|HANDLEBAR||Bianchi Alloy flat top|
|HANDLEBAR TAPE / GRIP||Bianchi Cork w/embossed logo|
|SADDLE||WTB Speed V|
When we introduced our first cyclocross bike to America in 1986, few riders were even into cyclocross racing. Despite that, it didn't take long for cycling enthusiasts to figure out what our new Volpe excelled at; everything!
Long distance road rides. Gravel road excursions. City commuting. Loaded touring. Rail trail adventures. Neighborhood errands. The Volpe checks off all the boxes! Short of criterium racing and technical single track, the Volpe handles all types of riding efficiently and comfortably.
The Volpe melds the responsive handling of a road bike with the durability of a mountain bike. A variety of surfaces and conditions can be conquered thanks to greater tire clearance and grime-shedding cantilever brakes. Our exclusive Chromolite frame and steel fork provide a smooth ride and the strength to carry whatever supplies your adventure calls for. With eyelets for front and rear racks and a set of fenders, the Volpe is one of the most versatile models we offer.
Thomson Bike Tours
powered by Bianchi
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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