Bianchi Via Nirone Road Bike

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MSRP : $850.00

Product Description

The address of Edoardo Bianchi's first workshop in Milan was 7 Via Nirone. This is a responsive and rigid frame in triple-butted 6061-series aluminum throughout with hydroformed sections to ensure the highest standards of design and performance.

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Via Nirone 7 55cm frame too small for 6'3/8" (185cm)

Hello 2 weeks ago I ordered a Claris Via Nirone 7 through my LBS, I tested a Tiagra model Nirone. I left small cash for them to have it imported. But I'm worried the size could be a tad small for me. My inseam is 33" (short legged). Here's a photo of the bike I tested, with the seatpost adjusted to ... Read More »

Looking for new bike to replace Bianche Via Nirone - Domane ?

I've been riding a 2012 Bianchi Via Nirone 7 Sora for the past 14 months and put about 9000 miles on it in that time. I have been using it for commuting year-round (Washington State, desert side). I also use it for longer rides year round (65-140 miles). I took good care of it and kept it performi ... Read More »

Via Nirone 7 2300 vs. Campione

Hello, Fairly new to the bike scene. Picked up a campione off of CL that was a bit too small for me. Love the bike. Dont know how to use downtube shifters but Im sure I can pick up on that.. I want the bike for exercise, hitting bike paths and generally going fast. My price range is ~$800 and ... Read More »

Which Via Nirone 7 to buy?

I'm new to Bianchi bikes. I currently own a vintage, 1978 Schwinn road bike but am looking to purchase a modern day road bike. I want a Bianchi bike that offers comfort and performance, while staying affordable. It looks like the Via Nirone 7 line is the best option, but I'm not sure which specifi ... Read More »

Via Nirone to Sempre

Hoping somebody will be able to steer me in the right direction. I currently have a 3 year old 53cm Via Nirone and I am contemplating buying a Sempre. The Via Nirone was my first bike and according to bikefit experts in Edinburgh it is actually too small for me. Now I do occasionally get pain in ... Read More »

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