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    My 98 Bianchi Megatube Ti Campagnolo Athena 11 Speed modernized to 2013

    I bought a 98 Megatube Ti frame and just finished building it from scratch. It was fun especially trying to locate all the decals and trying to find out how the original one looked like.

    New Build (on used frame)
    Frame: 98 Bianchi Megatube Ti 58cm
    Fork: 1 inch carbon Fork
    Handlebar: FSA Reparto Corse Compact
    Bar Tape: Lizard Skin Celeste
    Stem: FSA Carbon 90mm Reparto Corse
    Headset: Cane Creek
    Full 2012 Athena 11 Speed Carbon Shifters (2010 Ergos brand new), Cranks 175mm (2010s brand new), BB, derailleurs and brakes
    Chain: Record
    Seat Post: Sokin carbon 20mm setback
    Saddle: San Marco Ponza Celeste
    Pedals: Bianchi Celeste
    Cable Housing: Jagwire Celeste
    Saddlebag: Bianchi
    Bottlecages: Bianchi Carbon
    Wheelset: Vuelta Corsa Lite (stickers removed) 1578g
    Skewers: Black Ti from Taiwan
    Tires: Vittoria Rubino Pro 23 Celeste














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    GREAT build! The bike looks KILLER.

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    beautiful!

    i'm not usually a fan of celeste accessories, but it's a great contrast to the tubing color.

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    Bellissima!

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    Wow serious bike lust! Looks gorgeous.

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    looks very nice. A Ti stem would look better I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merckxman View Post
    looks very nice. A Ti stem would look better I think.
    Thought about it, but think the carbon matches the seatpost, fork and cranks better...

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