MOA SPORT, better known as NALINI, has been manufacturing cycling sportswear for over 30 years running a completely vertical manufacturing operation, from fabric development to finished garment. Nalini name dates from 1970 when the Mantovani brothers, Vincenzo and Claudio, offered the first of their many innovations and improvements in professional cyclist s wear. Their company, Moa sport, came out with the Nalini pad , a revolutionary new chamois that dramatically improved the fit and comfort of racing shorts. Bianchi Commemorative shorts. Soft breathable material in renowned Nalini quality. Comfortable and dry feel due to the moisture transporting fabric. Features Nalini's proven synthetic anti-bacterial chamois, lightweight fast-drying lycra. Features: Season: spring/summer 2011 Anatomical cut. Silicon Leg grippers. Nalini Team padded antibacterial chamois.
I had a Bianchi Eros for 8 years that I really loved but was stolen earlier this week.
While I'm not tied to buying another Bianchi, it looks like an opportunity has presented itself to me to do that.
I'm in contact with an individual who is selling a bicycle on eBay:
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[ATTACH=CONFIG]284873[/ATTACH]I've not posted in a while so I thought I'd put a few words out about my adventures with my Bianchi Brava. The bike was built in Japan in 1986, bought in GA that year, it was ridden for a while as a trainer. Then in the early 90s it was converted to a cross frame with c ... Read More »
the title says it guys...give me your opinion on Bianchi road bikes. I already know its a well known brand, but what do you all think...are they for posers, are the great bikes, overrated, underrated, mediocre, whats your viewpoint? I must admit i do have one, and i love it...the reason im asking th ... Read More »
Hi guys. This is my last resort. I do not know anybody into cycling, due to my young age. So I am asking for your help.
I was wondering if this is a bad buy. He originally wanted $450, but he would only budge down $30. Its in lightly used condition, with campy parts. Here is the link to a bike pedia ... Read More »