New Bianchi Sprint Disc
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    New Bianchi Sprint Disc

    It was announced awhile ago and I see itís offered thru some European stores. Yet Bianchi doesnít list it on their website and I havenít found a US dealer that has one. Has anyone heard when it will be available? It is on the internet as a 2020 model, maybe this fall?

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    well, appears they are in the country. Iíve been a Cannondale rider in past and still love them, but I think Iím getting close to pulling the trigger on the Bianchi. Similar specíd Cannondale EVO with Force Etap is $6100. The Sprint Disc Force Etap is less than $5k. Granted the EVO has carbon wheels, which is there proprietary wheelset.
    Given all this COVID-19 fiasco.....may have to go with the less expensive option here and end up with my first Bianchi.

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    Well, it seems it my personal thread and only I partake in it. LOL
    I ended up ordering the bike. My first Bianchi. it is actually handmade carbon fiber in Italy....Not somewhere in Asia.

    Impressed with the setup. This is a mid level bike IMO from Bianchi. Considered race worthy?? I donít race, so donít care
    Some pics of arrival and setup.Attachment 328071Attachment 328073Attachment 328075Attachment 328077Attachment 328079Attachment 328081Attachment 328085Attachment 328093

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    Celeste green is beautiful DE8A1930-3FE6-452A-BDA5-DF9C2B993EA6.jpeg

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    Only thing thatís got me is the weight? She is heavy. 19.11 lbs with pedals and cages. She weighs more than my gravel bike!
    She does roll smooth. I am enjoying the disc brakes on a road bike. Also, the Force eTap has been great. I do have it set for sequential shifting at this point.

    Need to put her on a weight loss regime. Will see with time.....443388F8-C535-42ED-AC1B-CDFD69651DFA.jpg

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    Best of luck with it. I think you've got a steerer tube to cut? Bianchi has issued several safety warnings about too many spacers especially above the stem.

    Search for them on their website.

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    Yes, I plan to trim it for sure. Got some upgrades coming which includes a new stem. Once it's in place and I am sure there is no other mods needed, I will plan to cut the steerer tube down.

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    Updated the cockpit. Got me some ENVE SES aero bars and ENVE aero stem. Feels so good and looks so clean. Before 33ECFB03-3E8F-40A0-A6C6-D5380A25D60C.jpg A1492906-B2C8-4747-AFCA-E22E0CDEB112.jpg and after1B4AB773-219A-4ACF-96A7-46189FBC1CA9.jpg2C55801A-A4E8-40A6-9EE0-4369C6FB5B38.jpg

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