Bianchi 928 SL Road Bike

DESCRIPTION

1949, 1952, 1998. These are the years in which Bianchi won both the Giro and the Tour. The last digits, together, compose the name of a range of unique bicycles: 928 (Nove Due Otto in Italian). The characteristics: superlight, stiff and reactive. The evolution for 2010: the integrated aero seatpost (IASP). 928 SL Super Record - MSRP $11,999 928 SL Frameset - MSRP $3199

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 13, 2012]
Antonio Gutierrez

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Magnificent ride, incredible climbing (even with Bora Ultra), beautifull, light, stiff, and very well balanced

Weakness:

it's aging and for me does not matter

This review is for a 2008 928 SL Reparto Corse, after 4 years I have tested other bikes, not finding a good excuse to spend more money, even some 2013 italians look really overpriced when compared with this frame which Bianchi claims is the first serious attemp on nanotechnology,
with Boras or Lightweights or Carbonfbers still turn heads, a real classic!

[Sep 21, 2010]
mark wilkie
Road Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Very light and stiff frame..Campag record groupset faultless as record always is.Complete bike weighs 7.4kg in race trim

Weakness:

Takes a while to get correct saddle height as cutting seatpost is forever and nerve raking

Bought the frame off local bike shop and have been delighted with frame and complete package when put together.

Similar Products Used:

Had a Wilier Mortirolo before but at half the price cant compare with Bianchi.

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