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The perfect bike for no-handed skids, weekend bike polo, or just ripping the city streets. The Uno Riser does it all with effortless style and a smile. Now more that ever Fixed is about more options and few limitations, that's why it's equipped with a flip flop hub that allows you to go from fixed gear to freewheel and back again. The riser handlebar delivers stellar handling and control, while a wider rim profile accommodates more rubber and superior grip. Live and learn about the endless possibilities of a single gear and take your riding to the next level. - Constructed from chromoly TIG welded tubing with track dropouts & integrated seat clamp - 46/16t Fixed/Single-Speed Drivetrain - New Brev. M oversized riser bars, 660mm wide - New 40mm deep Brev.M rims & alloy hubs
The Eastside is a fixed gear bike designed to ride fast, last long and turn heads. Beautiful paint schemes, high quality parts and a frame that's built to last make the Eastside the obvious choice for any rider. Combining the comfort and quality of 4130 chromoly steel with traditional track geometry, the Eastside gives the rider an aggressive, responsive and comfortable ride that is head and shoulders above the competition. The Eastside features a flip flop hub so it can be run as a fixed gear or single speed, wide tire clearance, fender mounts, classic track geometry and Fixation's go-anywhere Session 700 tires.
Bianchi's Cortina is perfect for getting around town and campus, running errands, commuting in style, and enjoying your time outdoors. It features a lightweight, double-butted, hydroformed aluminum frame, sturdy aluminum fork, and double-wall rims for durability. A wide, thick, spring-suspended saddle, ergonomic handgrips, and slip-resistant platform pedals maximize ride comfort. Simple Revo-Twist shifters matched to Shimano's reliable Altus drivetrain provide 24-speeds for carefree cruising.
Bianchi's Cortina Dama is perfect for getting around town and campus, running errands, commuting in style, and enjoying your time outdoors. It features a lightweight, double-butted, hydroformed aluminum frame, sturdy aluminum fork, and double-wall rims for durability. A wide, thick, spring-suspended saddle, ergonomic handgrips, and slip-resistant platform pedals maximize ride comfort. Simple Revo-Twist shifters matched to Shimano's reliable Altus drivetrain provide 24-speeds for carefree cruising.
If you have a 7-mile bike commute to work and always find yourself taking the long way home just to 'make it count' then the Iseo Disc will keep you accountable for your miles. Named after a quaint village not far from Bianchi's headquarters, the Iseo features disc brakes and a Shimano 1x9-speed Acera drivetrain for tackling both hills and fast straightaways. Mechanical disc brakes from Shimano deliver confident speed control and stopping power in all weather conditions. This is the choice bike for riders who love the sportier ride position of a mountain bike but desire the versatility of a lighter, nimbler, and more practical city bike.
The Strada is the flat bar version of our best-selling, All Road Volpe model. Its exclusive TIG welded, double-butted Chromolite steel frame and fork provide a smooth and stable ride whether rolling over freshly paved bike paths or navigating pothole-riddled city streets. With clearance for up to 38mm wide tires, the Strada can be customized to conquer the terrain you traverse the most. A relaxed head tube angle is the basis of the Strada geometry. This angle is a bit slacker than a standard performance road bike allowing you smooth and predictable handling aboard the Strada. The chainstays have been stretched rearward, and at the rear dropouts, you will find rack/fender bosses. Mid mount bosses on the fork permit the use of front panniers. A pump peg behind the head tube gives you a reason to carry a classic hand pump on all your journeys.
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The all-new Orso was designed for the rider who is ready to tackle the greatest variety of rides from commuting to centuries, long distance touring to backroad bikepacking, and every potential adventure in-between. The Orso is the logical evolution of the legendary Volpe that pioneered the All Road / Adventure category over 30 years ago. It remains true to the smooth and stable ride that Bianchi’s own Chromolite steel is known for. It extends the Volpe’s versatility by adding larger tire clearance, frame bosses for more racks and cages, and the latest in disc brake technology. The Orso’s geometry is neither road bike nor cyclocross bike – it delivers the best of both styles. Bianchi achieves this by smartly designing the Orso frame geometry to be “long and low” for greater stability on rough surfaces. The Orso's taller, tapered head tube features a slightly slackened angle to offer responsive and stable steering while providing relief to the rider's shoulders. This is especially important when the bike is loaded with frame bags and panniers or buffeted by strong crosswinds. Steering stays on point thanks to the thru-axle equipped fork. The chainstays of the Orso are the longest of our steel models. This specification allows us to keep the bike balanced and achieve 42mm tire clearance. Front and rear flat mount disc brakes make quick work of scrubbing speed should any of your great ideas turn bad. The Orso frame has 5 locations to mount water bottle cages. Mounts are located at each fork leg, seat tube, downtube, and the underside of the downtube. The fork bosses and rear drops can be used as mounting points for racks and fenders. The tubeless-ready wheelset on the Orso will keep punctures at bay so you can keep moving forward. With approved tubeless rim tape, stems, sealant, and tires, you can travel worry-free on the Orso. The Orso 105 features a carbon fiber fork, Shimano drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes, and Kenda Flintridge 40mm tires.
We always have a selection of Bromptons in shop for you to look at. We also have a couple demo bikes to try out (currently a M6 and an H6) Our favorite configuration for Salt Lake peeps, is the 6 speed in either M or H handlebar. Built by hand in London since 1976, the Brompton is simple fun, agile adventure, stylish mobility, and potent portability all folded up into one extremely versatile bike. Explore the city from a comfortable, upright position as the steel frame and 16-inch aluminum wheels whisk you away to new experiences. Need to hop on a bus or the train? No problem. Bask in the freedom of truly multi-modal transportation, and in seconds, fold your Brompton into a suitcase-sized, easy-to-carry package, bring it aboard, and unfold it at your destination to continue your two-wheeled journey. The S6L model features a pair of sleek S-model handlebars, a 6-speed internally geared rear hub, and Brompton's L configuration, which includes front and rear fenders. From there, your upgrade options are as endless as the possibilities of the locales you travel to: a titanium fork and rear stays for a lower weight; easier gearing for hills; racks and fenders for all-weather riding; handlebar options for a more upright or sporty position; a Brooks B17 saddle; dynamo hub lighting systems; or Schwalbe tires for extra puncture protection. If you're in it for the long haul, you can also deck your ride out in Brompton bags and tour the countryside. A Brompton can take you everywhere, and thanks to the bike's highly compact form when folded, you can take it just about anywhere, too!
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