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bianchi specialissima

The original Bianchi Specialissima was made famous in the 1950s by multiple Grand Tour winner Fausto Coppi. The latest incarnation is the Italian company’s flagship climbing bike and is the…

£8,300.00
Score 9

The Bianchi Via Nirone 7, which has a frame once raced at Paris-Roubaix, is Bianchi's entry-level bike – we put it through its paces

£829.00
Score 8

Bianchi Oltre XR3

The new Bianchi Oltre XR3 Potenza aero bike benefits from Bianchi's road smoothing Countervail technology. We've tested the new celeste machine.

£3,299.99
Score 8

The Bianchi Oltre XR4 aims to be an all-rounder that performs well across the spectrum: aerodynamic, aggressive, and comfortable.

£8,350.00
Score 9

Not all Bianchi bikes come in celeste, unfortunately. But at the same time, the spirit and the technology of the historic Italian manufacturer is well held in its core, rather than…

£3,000.00
Score 8

Frame The frame is undoubtedly the star of the Bianchi Intenso Tiagra. It may not feature any of the impressive (and expensive) anti-vibration Countervail technology of its big brother in Bianchi’s…

£1,500.00
Score 7

There’s little doubt that stage five of the 2014 Tour de France was one of the most brutal of the race. Rain, mud, wind and cobbles ripped the field to…

£5,600.00
Score 7

CW tests the latest high end offering from Bianchi and its Oltre XR

£6,250.00
Score 9

Two hybrids from Bianchi and Wilier mix Italian flair with flat bars and relaxed gearing. So which one fired us up the most?

£950.00
Score 9