Translated, the Sei Giorni in this bike's name means "six days," and harks back to classic 6-day track races (yes, 6-days long!). And, with its tight track geometry, light aluminum wheels, front brake and classic drop bars, it's at home hitting the boards at the velodrome and surfing city streets from San Fran to Williamsburg and everywhere in between.
|MODEL||Pista Sei Giorni Alu|
|FRAME||Bianchi Pista Aluminum|
|HEADSET||FSA Orbit CE Plus|
|FORK||Bianchi carbon w/aluminum steer tube|
|CRANKSET||SRAM Touro 1.1 48T|
|BOTTOM BRACKET||SRAM Power Spline BSA|
|COG||Shimano Dura Ace 16T|
|BRAKE LEVER||Tektro RL720|
|WHEELSET||Alex ATD550 (not shown)|
|TIRE||Vittoria Zaffiro Slick 700x25|
|STEM||Reparto Corse Alloy|
|HANDLEBAR||Bianchi Reparto Corse track|
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