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Bianchi Campione

man, what a shitshow. unlimited hardpack dirt road boner bike

Frame:
1999 Bianchi Campione

Fork/Headset:
Tange Levin

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Ultegra 6600 series crankset, 6700 series bottom bracket

Pedals:
Look Kéo 2 Max

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura-Ace 10s 11-26, KMC Chain

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano Dura-Ace 7800 series rear derailleur, 105 5800 series front derailleur, 2010 Campagnolo Ultrashift Centaur shifters

Handlebars/Stem:
some old SR Modolo-ish bars, some tarck-y Dimension stem, crap ass conversion thingy

Saddle/Seatpost:
SR Seatpost, Selle San Marco

Brakes:
Campagnolo SLV Skeleton

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Uncle Mickey's 80mm Sketchy Craboner Tubies

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Uncle Mickey's 80mm Sketchy Craboner Tubies

Accessories:
Bianchi-flavored Silca pump

More Info:
Bought the frame from some guy who likes to refurbish (but evidently not ride) Bianchi frames; Campione frames in the mid to late 90's were apparently constructed with Dedacciai tubesets and the fact that he stuck the Colombus stickers on this frame (unknowingly, which dropped the frame price) makes this bike fred as hell. Was going to slap some old Record cranks on it, but stole the Ultegra 6600 cranks from my crit bike because it was finals week and I just wanted to ride this damn thing. The Centaur shifters work with the RD-7800 by means of a GROWTAC Equal-Pulley. rips on tape are from crashing on a descent at a local HC dirt climb. get eroica

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. TT EDITION

Current Stage Info:

LOL WUT

Added by honeyboyMAXIMUM. Last updated over 3 years ago.

9 Comments

grisja

grisja says:

I always find it weird how these resto guys spend all the time restoring these bikes and use the wrong decals, frame stickers, and fork, but can't be bothered to spend 2 seconds looking up the original on the internet. I get if your trying to do your own spin on a restore, but this just seems like he had a bunch of stickers lying around and was like fuck it this will do. Anyways ride the shit out of it and have fun it's defiantly unique.

Posted over 2 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Well,went and got a Chinese made Bianchi Strada. Built it up out of the "spares" box after I Masked off the Decals and resprayed the frame(original black/PURPLE decals). Big tires on overbuilt wheels. WOW! What a mudder! FUN ride. Ugly but fast enough. Used your bike as inspiration. Beaters plus.

Posted over 3 years ago

honeyboyMAXIMUM

honeyboyMAXIMUM says:

Can't wait to see pics!

Posted over 3 years ago

MouseR

MouseR says:

I didn't see it but who makes that frame?

Posted almost 4 years ago

honeyboyMAXIMUM

honeyboyMAXIMUM says:

oh wow I'm dumb as hell; it's a Bianchi Campione, not a "Veloce" as previously titled. (Veloce came standard on most of em, and posting this up at like 1am in the morning mixed things up a bit, so sorry about that)

Posted almost 4 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Looks OK to me,but the sticker thing would be a major buzzkill. That's why I try to stay away from "refurbished" frames. All Celeste is not Bianchi and stickers are cheap. Give me the patina lol

Posted almost 4 years ago

honeyboyMAXIMUM

honeyboyMAXIMUM says:

On one hand I care about the sticker thing as I feel it's dishonest, but on the other hand I don't really give a shit because it's been clear coated over and only the truly initiated really care about these things. I'd probably be more likely to stick Peugeot Carbolite 103 stickers over em as a joke tbh

Posted almost 4 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

No,it's cool the way it is,ride and enjoy. Like you say,it doesn't make a whole lot of difference. it's all about the ride.

Posted almost 4 years ago

AL2

AL2 says:

wheres da squat pik tho

Posted almost 4 years ago