I've put right at 1,000 miles on the Bianchi Infinito and just did 80 mlies on the Lynskey R255. Since both bikes are full Ultegra, Conti-GP 4000S tires, same saddles ect I have a good comparison. If I had to pick between the two bikes it would be hard but...the Lynskey after a 80 mile ride is perhaps a more comfortable ride. Both bikes handle well but the Lynkey on rough roads and just plain going fast down hill feels like it's on rails!
Hi Bianchi 001 - Many thanks for taking the time to differentiate between the Infinito and R255. I am curious, do you think that the ENVE fork is stiffer than the Infinito fork and makes up for not offering the over sized headtube? Your comments are consistent with how well the R255 rails and corners. Also do you feel that the R255 bottom bracket and chain-stays are as stiff and efficient as the Infinito?
Looks like a sweet bike Out of curiosity, why the Lynskey and not a Moots Vamoots or a Seven axiom? They seem comparable.This past Saturday I picked up my new Lynskey R255. Full Ultegra groupset, mavic aksium wheelset, Specialzied Toupe saddle, Conti-GP 4000S tires, Cateye Stealth 10 computer ect....only put 80 miles on it and love it! I also have a Bianchi Infinto so the fit is just right!
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