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2012 Super Pista phase 1 (.75)

First phase of the operation. Got some things in the works. ***I'd love some feedback from the PR community so drop me some advice or what you think I should change up. CHEERS

Frame:
2012 Bianchi Super Pista

Fork/Headset:
Bianchi Carbon Fork, Cane Creek

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino Messenger/ Sugino BB

Pedals:
GR-9s/white Cadence straps/ All-City Toe

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Sugino Messenger/ Phil Wood/ Sugino/ Izumi Super Tough

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Negative

Handlebars/Stem:
Deda Super Pista/ Ritchey 4 Axis Pro// Dimension

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Arione R5/ Carbon FSA SL-K

Brakes:
Negative

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity Deep V/ Formula / Vittoria Zaffiro

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity Deep V/ Origin8/ Vittoria Zaffiro

Accessories:
Knog Blinder

More Info:
Will throw up some pics of the new setup once everything arrives and is installed. Open for feeback. Wondering what I should change up. ** Update ** Front will be changed out for Mavic Ellipse/ Phil when it arrives.

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 1 ( complete )

Added by PlaidOut. Last updated almost 5 years ago.

Latest 20 Comments

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abandonhumanity

abandonhumanity says:

I just realized that the the upside down pic didn't have a chain on it..

Wish i had enough to get a pista of my own

Posted over 3 years ago

Hachiken

Hachiken says:

Yo, flip that picture.

Posted over 4 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

It's called art.

;)

Posted over 4 years ago

myleswerve

myleswerve says:

thinking of buying one, but my friend has a 2010 super pista and his has toe overlap...with the straight fork does your 2012 have toe overlap? lmk

Posted over 4 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

Uhm. It does... Slightly. But it's almost unnoticed . Rarely will my toe rub but if it does it doesn't effect much at all.

Posted over 4 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

Need new crankset to go with my zen chainring.


The options are ;

Sugino 75
SRAM Ominium
Dura- Ace FC7600

If anyone has any feedback and real life experience with any of these please reply below . It is greatly appreciated.

Posted almost 5 years ago

Finnian

Finnian says:

Sg 75 hands down, make sure it's black too

Posted about 4 years ago

Sweece

Sweece says:

Keep all your components black dude. It looks so sexy and clean. It really brings out the color of the frame too. Just my opinion!

Posted almost 5 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

Well only think I might change is the chainring ... The zen chainring I am looking at is silver but would be on a black ominium crankset.

Posted almost 5 years ago

Jaysumthin

Jaysumthin says:

Pretty solid buildup you got there. As for crank recommendations go, I'd recommend Dura- Ace FC7600's with a Hatta Swan R9400 BB, ran them for quite some time.

But to each his own, just my two cents.

Posted almost 5 years ago

Jaysumthin

Jaysumthin says:

If you want an idea how those cranks will look like with a zen, feel free to check out my makino.

Posted almost 5 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

Yea, can't go wrong w dura ace.
I can't decide between sugino 75's, ominiums or dura - ace FC7600's.

Posted almost 5 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Slap Deda logo Celeste Blue tape on here!

Posted almost 5 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

Don't ya think the blue would be a lil bizarre to have bright blue when nothing else is?
:D

Posted almost 5 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

:P dat frame tho

Posted almost 5 years ago

JSTEWART304

JSTEWART304 says:

I'd upgrade cranks first for sure. If you're simply looking for a trispoke I'd suggest even getting the non branded wheels from china. You can buy them brand new and almost half the price of a used HED 3

Posted almost 5 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

Just google it?

Yea, either sugino 75 or Ominium.

Posted almost 5 years ago

JSTEWART304

JSTEWART304 says:

Just type carbon trispoke in the ebay search engine. They're everywhere. I plan on getting one. I actually just bought a set of 88mm carbon clinchers for my next bike and wanted a front clincher trispoke but didn't want to pay $500 or more on a used wheel

Posted almost 5 years ago

PlaidOut

PlaidOut says:

I was looking at CarbonZone wheels. They have some and I've heard nothing but great/good things about em on forums.

The front clincher is about 200$. I'm looking for carbon wall/bladed spokes too

Posted almost 5 years ago

JSTEWART304

JSTEWART304 says:

I've never heard of carbon zone but that would work for sure

Posted almost 5 years ago

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