Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953

Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953

Bianchi Freccia Classic Road Bike 1953

Original 1950s Bianchi. Campagnolo shifting. Bianchi parts.
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  • Manufacturer: Bianchi
  • Size: 56 cm
  • Description:
    When it comes to vintage bicycles, there are few things as iconic as the famous "Bianchi Celeste". Forever associated with the epic victories of Fausto Coppi, the Bianchi paintwork has become a legend of cycling history.
    In the 1950s Bianchi started to revolutionise their model line, by building road bikes for the use of new parallelogram derailleurs. Those were introduced by Campagnolo and soon proved to be superior to their classic rod operated shifters like the Campagnolo Paris Roubaix (with the exception of a lower chain tension probably).
    The model we present here, the Bianchi Freccia, is one of those bikes which were using Campagnolo's dropouts with an included derailleur hanger for their new shifting systems.

    Technically, the Freccia was what Bianchi called a semi-racer. A bicycle which was meant for sportive riding, amateur competition but also fast touring. The biggest difference to the professional level racing bikes was that the Freccia still had a one-by drivetrain, whereas the Campione del Mondo for example was already fitted with two chainrings and a front derailleur.

    We are happy to be able to present to you a Bianchi Freccia from 1953. A classic bicycle with all that Celeste spirit which you can expect of a Bianchi. Beautiful, fully rideable, and a nice supplement to any collection. »See Details
  • Condition: Used. The bike is in good condition. The frame has no cracks, no dents and is not bent. Paintwork is refurbished. All parts have been checked and are working.
  • Era: 1950s
  • Storage: Workshop
  • Product ID: 14605
Frame & Fork Bianchi Freccia
Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Sport
Headset Bianchi
Crankset Bianchi; 170mm; 48t
Bottom Bracket Magistroni / Campagnolo
Stem Bianchi; 80mm
Stem Bar 3ttt; 36cm
Shifters Campagnolo
Brakes Universal
Brake Levers Universal
Hubs Bianchi
Rims Nisi; 700c tubular
Tires Panaracer Practice 270; 700c tubular
Seat Post Chromed Steel
Seat Brooks
Chain YBN Classic
Handlebar Tape Cotton cloth
Pedals Bianchi (repro)
  • Seat Tube (c-t): 56 cm
  • Top Tube (c-c): 57 cm
  • Head Tube: 12.5 cm
  • Standover: 79 cm
  • Recommended for an inseam length of:
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