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Customer reviews for Bianchi Infinito Veloce Compact 2013 Road Bike

Bianchi Infinito Veloce Compact 2013 Road Bike

Bianchi has marked the history of cycling, with its bicycles that have led to victory many great champions. And the history goes ahead with innovative models, designed by biomechanical laws and realized with the application of revolutionary technologies. To offer all cyclists a bike with added value. A soul. BIANCHI. OFFICIAL SUPPLIER OF YOUR EMOTIONS. Bianchi is one of the leading brands on the international market in the cycling sector and it boasts more then 125 years of history started in 1885.
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3 out of 3(100%)reviewers recommend this product.
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Customer reviews for Bianchi Infinito Veloce Compact 2013 Road Bike
Review 1 for Bianchi Infinito Veloce Compact 2013 Road Bike
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5 / 5
5 / 5
crackle
Country:United Kingdom
Age:45-54
Style:Road Cyclist
Experience:Regular
Gender:Male
It was bought:Online

PostedSeptember 15, 2013
Yes, I recommend this product.
Pros: Good quality, Comfortable, Lightweight, Looks great
top quality bike after time in the saddle i have not a bad thing to say about it
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Review 2 for Bianchi Infinito Veloce Compact 2013 Road Bike
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Cheesey
Country:United Kingdom
Age:35-44
Style:Road Cyclist
Experience:Regular
Gender:Male
It was bought:Online

A sculpture in Celeste

PostedAugust 16, 2013
Yes, I recommend this product.
Pros: Good value, Good quality, Comfortable, Lightweight, Looks great
I've had my Bianchi Infinito for a month or so now and have had her out for a few +50km rides.
Well, what can I say. Bellissimo!!
The frame itself is very light and I can comfortably lift the whole bike using one finger. The riding position is extremely comfortable with the usual little tweaks for personal preference. I've been out for 2-3 hours at a time and no problems at all with fatigue. It's almost a shame to come home!
The frame itself is elegant, with clean lines and not too busy with graphics etc, looks enhanced by the internal cabling (no vibrations to date). It's a bit like marmite on the colours, with the celeste being somewhat love or hate. However, these are very much traditional Bianchi colours and I do have to say that she's a real head turner - just check out the nods of approval from the other roadies as they pass by on your Sunday morning ride;)
The ride itself can best be described as exceptionally............smooth. The carbon forks soak up a lot of minor road vibration and the bike just revels in cruising at speed. Even coming off road onto some gravel paths / granite cobbles on part of my routes the ride was very forgiving, so again great for preventing build up of fatigue on longer rides.
I was a little unsure how I’d find the Campy shifters, never having used them before and having been running with Shimano 105s’ on my other bike. For the first couple of outings, perhaps from being new and perhaps from lack of familiarity I struggled very slightly with the different nuances of the mechanism but you soon pick it up, and the shifting became noticeably smoother after a couple of uses. The shifting sensation now is again one of ‘smoothness’ and it is a genuine pleasure moving up and down through the gears so effortlessly. I still use my 105s on my other bike and I think they are great, but do now have a personal preference for the Campys’. As they say, Shimano shifters wear out and Campy wears in!
At the end of the day biking is all about personal preference, and at this price most of the competition are producing great bikes with good componentry, irrespective of Campagnolo or Shimano group sets. In most respects they are all excellent, so for most recreational riders the choice is going to come down to how much you like the brand, how the bike looks and how it rides. I do love the look of my Bianchi and the satisfaction of owning a machine with all that heritage behind the marque, but more than that I can say it really is an exceptionally smooth and comfortable machine to ride. If you are perhaps leaning towards something a little different to the other efficient but slightly soulless brands out there, and a machine that really does look beautiful, you could do a lot worse than add this bike to your stable;)
Bellissimo!!
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Review 3 for Bianchi Infinito Veloce Compact 2013 Road Bike
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Johnnyboyc
Country:United Kingdom
Age:45-54
Style:Road Cyclist
Experience:Regular
Gender:Male
It was bought:Manchester - Chill Factore

Brilliant bike

PostedMay 30, 2013
Yes, I recommend this product.
Pros: Good quality, Comfortable, Lightweight, Looks great
Cons: Expensive
Although I've only had the bike for a short time, I'm very impressed so far.
I've only had a few rides, the longest being about 35 miles so the comfort has still to be tested over a longer ride.
I opted for the campag setup as my previous bike was the Bianchi via Nirone which was also Campag and which I found to be excellent. I do tend to stick to what I know.
As far as my first impressions go on riding it:
I cannot fault it, but then again I'm no expert.
The bike is very light. It goes in the direction that you point it and the faster you pedal, the faster it goes. SIMPLE.
Appearance wise, it really is a thing of beauty. I'm undecided as to whether to ride it or hang it on the wall and just look at it.
As far as the price goes, yes it's expensive but then again there are plenty of cheaper bikes on the market if that is what you want.
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