Bianchi's Pista is a retro track bike that's ready for the track and the streets. Lovingly fashioned from double-butted chromoly, this rig is masterfully crafted to excel on banked velodromes, with a minimal 28mm fork offset for stable handling, a high bottom bracket for pedal clearance, rear-entry dropouts for chain adjustability and a short wheelbase for agility. It features track-ready components like the Maddux wheels, FSA crankset, high-flange hubs and steel track bars. Best of all, the Pista is perfect as a fixed-gear trainer or fixie urban flyer, too.
Translated, the Sei Giorni in this bike's name means "six days," and harkens back to classic 6-day track races (yes, 6 days long!). To keep the laps going, you’ll need a stout, trustworthy, and agile race machine. The Sei Giorni brings that to you with its hydroformed aluminum tube set, true track geometry, and a carbon fiber fork. The Pista's quality aluminum wheels are wrapped in grippy Vittoria's rubber to rail tight turns and shrug off potholes. It features track-ready components like the SRAM Touro 1.1 for Power Spline crankset, high-flange hubs and steel track bars. Best of all, the Pista is perfect as a fixed-gear trainer or single-speed urban flyer, too.
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