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2010 Bianchi Super Pista

Spent a while saving up and building this. Still not 100% the way I want it, but I have put a bit of mileage on it already.

Frame:
2010 Bianchi Super Pista

Fork/Headset:
Stock / Cane Creek

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino Messenger

Pedals:
MKS GR9

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto RB021 SSB & Cinelli Peppers / Thomson Road

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks B17 / Thomson Elite

Brakes:
Paul E-Lever (no calipers yet)

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Retro Deep V

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Retro Deep V

Added by Tylrr. Last updated about 12 years ago.

10 Comments

qasimwarraich

qasimwarraich says:

It's hard to tell but does the frame have a horizontal top tube or is it slightly angled down.

Posted about 12 years ago

mtretyn

mtretyn says:

yea! nice colors! very consistent!

Posted about 12 years ago

Tylrr

Tylrr says:

Thanks! I have gotten a lot of mixed feedback regarding the saddle, but I'm glad some people don't think it looks too out of place. Ha

Posted about 12 years ago

mtretyn

mtretyn says:

Well, it stands out a little bit but brooks is always a nice touch(:!

Posted about 12 years ago

PandaBear

PandaBear says:

very sweet clean build :D

Posted about 12 years ago

Tylrr

Tylrr says:

Thanks! Hopefully I'll be able to pop on some new wheels soon and cal it a day. Ha

Posted about 12 years ago

PandaBear

PandaBear says:

what wheel-set did you have in mind?

Posted about 12 years ago

Tylrr

Tylrr says:

I want a hed 3 or specialized- type front wheel and a super deep v back wheel (maybe more than 50mm). Also want to get some better hubs. I want to fly I this thing!

Posted about 12 years ago

PandaBear

PandaBear says:

hed3's are extremely light so you will be flying with one lol.. just be carful with it on windy days. have you checked out chub hubs or philwood hubs.

Posted about 12 years ago

Tylrr

Tylrr says:

Yeah, I'll keep my other wheels handy just in case it's too windy.. And yeah! I was looking at Phil hubs specifically. I also checked out Victoire hubs (have a cool spline interface for cogs)... but they seem almost impossible to get ahold of in the states :/

Posted about 12 years ago