Maxxis Campione Tires - Tubular

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Product Description

  • 3C Triple Compound Technology
  • K2 Puncture Protection
  • High-TPI casing designed for racing and competition



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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 »

what would you upgrade on a 1997 Bianchi campione

Waiting on my bike so just wondering what yall think for making it light and/or better. I know it is a steel bike but I was more worried about comfort and durability. I love tinkering with things and always feel you can make something better but totaly new to cycling just wondering what yoi would ... Read More »

Campione Bike

I recently managed to get my hands on a "Campione". I've never heard of them and all Google seems to reveal is a series of bikes built by Bianche - but don't seem to match this one. Its a 6 speed, with a 127 rear spacing, Sun Race Index gears and Dia Compe VX brakes - I'm not sure if any of these ... Read More »

wheel wheels for Bianchi campione del mondo

Hi, I'm a recreational/commuter cyclist. I have an old Bianchi campione del mondo 1986-1987 colorado springs, as my main bike. It's essentially all original parts. My wheels and hubs are now shot. My cones are bad and I have a few broken spokes now. I was wondering if anyone could recommend ... Read More »

What's my 1986 1987 bianchi campione de mondo Worth please?

Hey all, Noob here... I was wondering if you could help me evaluate my 1986 1987 bianchi campione de mondo I've had for quite years and that's very gently used. I wanted to sell it and just want to make sure that I price it correctly. Thanks in advance for your input. MichaelRead More »

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