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Bianchi Nove Due Otto SL ISP

R 32,000.00
Pretoria, Gauteng
By far the best bike I’ve ever owned. The comfort with the 25c tyres is second to non and it eats up climbs with a very stiff and responsibe frame.

The seatpost is integrated and has been cut down to 650mm measure from centre of the BB. BB to saddle measure 725mm and 20mm spacer (FSA k-wing) can still be added. I’m 1,75m.

Chain was replaced 300km ago and the bike was meticulously maintained. Real head turner on the start line.

Feel free to contact me and yes I’m negotiable within reason. Here’s the brochure (https://www.bianchi.com/documents/2212)

Regards,
Gerhard Ferreira
  • Date listed: 08 January 2019 - 11:37
  • Condition: Used
  • Advertiser: Noob (Private user)
  • Advert ID: 337993

Key Specs


  • Size 54cm
  • Model Year 2010

Components


  • Frame & Fork Bianchi Full Carbon HOC
  • Wheelset Campagnolo Bora one (50mm)
  • Front derailleur Campagnolo Super Record 11spd
  • Rear derailleur Campagnolo Super Record 11spd
  • Shifters Campagnolo Super Record 11spd
  • Brakes Campagnolo Super Record 11spd
  • Crankset Campagnolo Super Record 11spd
  • Cassette Campagnolo Super Record 11spd
  • Seatpost ISP
  • Saddle Fizik
  • Stem ITM Phantom
  • Handlebar ITM Phantom aero
  • Pedals Time
  • Tyres Continental Gatorskin Tubular

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Comments & questions

matzos ball, Dec 10 2018 12:13

jasses ....so nice..

Lucky Fish, Jan 04 2019 08:27

It would be sold to me it it were a 58.  I need a second bike and have a 928 with similar specs.  Any buyer won't go wrong with this beauty.

Noob, Jan 08 2019 11:39

It would be sold to me it it were a 58.  I need a second bike and have a 928 with similar specs.  Any buyer won't go wrong with this beauty.

Thanks Lucky Fish, it's indeed a great bike. Most certainly the best I have ever ridden.

mattlotter, Jan 15 2019 04:06

Hi Gerhard, are those Bora's tubbies or clinchers  .. What are the cassette ratio's .. and chainwheel size's ? She's a beaut ! 

Noob, Jan 16 2019 05:27

Hi Gerhard, are those Bora's tubbies or clinchers  .. What are the cassette ratio's .. and chainwheel size's ? She's a beaut !

Hi mattlotter,
They are indeed tubbies and the ratio’s are as follow: 11-25 on the cassette with 53/39 chainrings. Thanks for the interest, you should see her in real life!