- FS: nineties Bianchi road bike (Genius tubing, Campag Record)
54cm Bianchi Reparto Corse frame and fork in Genius tubing, with a Campagnolo Record 8-speed groupset: Shifters, brakes (dual-pivot), chainset, front and rear deraillieur and seatpost. The large chainring is not campag – it’s a 50T Specialities TA ring, but the small ring is 39T campag. The headset is Shimano STX. The pedals are old Look deltas. The saddle is a brand new Selle Italia Qbik.
I am selling this WITHOUT WHEELS – the wheels shown in the pictures are from another bike, and have a crack in the freehub, so it’s not really fair to try and pass them off to someone else.
The chain and cassette are both brand new SRAM (PG850 12-26 cassette and PC870 chain) – I was planning on installing a Jtek shiftmate, or respacing the cassette, but the shifting works perfectly, even under load. This means that the cassette I’m selling with the bike will fit on a Shimano compatible 8/9/10 speed freehub (I’d considered a silver pair of Planet x wheels to go with the chrome).
There are a few spots of corrosion on the chrome, and a bit of missing paint at the bottom of the headtube and on top of the bottom bracket. The seatpost is quite short (about 2cm off max in the photos). Also the stem is stuck in place and may require a bit of work to free up. However, the bike is still absolutely lovely to ride.
£400 (plus postage from France – should be about 50€ / £40)
More info or pics on request.Posted 5 years agotimb34Member
ST 54cm (Center to Top)
TT 54cm (center to center)
The stem is roughly 10cm (although I could be a bit out – not used to measuring quill stems)
Bars 42cm width (C to C), cranks 170mm
I could be a bit out on the measurements, but the axle to top of saddle length can be adjusted between about 62 to 74 cm. The position in the photos is at about 72cm, which gives a tip of saddle to top of bars of about 52cm (around 4cm drop)Posted 5 years ago
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