Here's one of mine
And chrome lugs! You have any closup pictures? - TFThe Walrus said:Very nice! Obviously a '99 Reparto Corse of some sort, but I can't make out which model. ...and are those truly chromed stays? Sweee-ee-ee-eet!
Oh man...that's the bike! Do you know if they still sell that model? I'd love to get that as a frameset. If you ever want to sell that, PM megutpile said:04 Team Replica, SL3 tubeset, campy veloce, vento - but still feels like a thoroughbred to me.
I saw some last year still in stock around, but haven't seen any this year. Might try to get a reply from the Bianchi website. Oh, my frame is the equivalent of a 61 cm.A4B45200 said:Oh man...that's the bike! Do you know if they still sell that model? I'd love to get that as a frameset. If you ever want to sell that, PM me
That is a great retro frame, and needs retro components to look right!us_wr said:I bought this beautiful celeste '98 Dedacciai Zero Uno steel Veloce frame off ebay, cleaned it up, and started upgrading with '05 Campy Chorus and other parts. First I replaced the original and very heavy threaded Bianchi fork with a threadless full carbon fork. Next, I added a Campy Carbon Chorus 10 speed drivetrain (love the carbon crank!), and some lightweight and durable carbon/kevlar Italian Topolino wheels (1390 grams). Needing a short reach, stiff set-up, and light weight, I added a Ritchey stem/handlebar (can't beat it for the money!). Completed bike with a Alpha Q seatpost, a Selle saddle, and a blue Chris King NoThread headset, but isn't shown in this photo (added after picture taken). It is quite a ride!