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Bianchi Range Overview

Triple Hydroformed Technology
     Utilized at the top tube and head tube
The tubes are welded together after initial hydroforming then inserted into another hydroforming mold and reshaped through the same process
Provides a clean monocoque appearance while increasing the strength and steering response of the frame

Bike with this technology: Impulso
UTSS - Ultra Thin Seat Stay
     Improved shock absorption and impact resistance
Reduced frame weight
Power transmission is now focused through the chain stays, leaving the seat stays as a compliant support structure

Bikes with this technology: Oltre XR.1; Sempre
BAT - K-VID
     • The combination between Bianchi Active Technology and the Kevlar Vibration Isolating Device allows us to obtain different stiffness behaviors under different forces directions, without wasting power transfer
• Special design of the rear rectangle
• Kevlar insertions in the seat stays and the carbon fork
• Improved shock absorption and adherence on the road

Bikes with this technology: Infinito CV (BAT); Intenso; Impulso; Via Nirone 7
Road Disc Brake System
     Bianchi is one of the first bicycle companies in the world to introduce hydraulic disc brakes in its Road carbon range. Infinito CV, Intenso and Impulso feature a disc specific model with rear triangle and fork redesigned by Bianchi to accomodate the disc brake system. For 2015, Bianchi introduces the new Impulso aluminum frame with disc brake system and significantly reduced frame weight.Bianchi introduces new QR thru axle for road bikes (only 31gr weight). Both Infinito CV and Intenso endurance carbon bikes use a 12mm x 100/135mm thru axle with QR system removable.

Bikes with this technology: Infinito CV; Intenso ; Impulso
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