Bianchi Vintage Bicycles

60 cm

Bianchi Celeste Vintage Eroica Bicycle

Eroica Approved Bicycle. Campagnolo Gearing. 28T Cassette.


55 cm

Bianchi Specialissima Superleggera 1978 Vintage Bike

Bianchi Reparto Corse. Columbus SL tubing. Campagnolo Super Record. Bianchi Pantographs.
€3,599,- *
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53 cm

Bianchi Specialissima Professionale 1974 Vintage Racing Bike

Bianchi Reparto Corse. Mod. 00.5.11. Columbus tubing. Campagnolo Record groupset.
€3,499,- *
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61 cm

Bianchi Rekord Eroica Bicycle 1980s

Columbus tubing. Campagnolo Gran Sport.
€899,- *
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In 1885, when he was 21 years old, Edoardo Bianchi started manufacturing bikes in his shop in Milan, Italy. Edoardo had previous experience hand-making medical tools, so he had an acute understanding of how to manufacture precise instruments; a skill that translated into meticulously crafted bicycles. In 1888 he developed his first bicycle with tyres produced by Dunlop, and in 1899 the first palmarés for a Bianchi bike was achieved by Giovanni Tomaselli at the Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris.

Traditionally, Bianchi bicycles have always been Celeste – a turquoise green with an origin steeped in myth. Some people simply claim it was used due to an availability of cheap, surplus military paint, whereas others mention a story involving the green eyes of a former Italian queen for whom Edoardo built a bicycle. Even the current management of Bianchi doesn’t really know why the colour was used so extensively, but the iconic status of ‘Bianchi green’ means it is one of the most recognised and revered brands in cycling.

Classic and vintage Bianchi models

Bianchi Paris-Roubaix - Produced between 1950 and 1952, the Bianchi Paris-Roubaix is one of the Milanese brands most iconic models. It takes its name from both the Hell of the North and Campagnolo's unique Paris-Roubaix groupset.

Bianchi Tour de France - Designed in 1952 and manufactured in 1953, to celebrate the victory in Le Tour, Bianchi produced a prestigious model called the Bianchi Tour de France. It did not remain in the catalogue for long, however, and by the end of 1953 was never made again.

Bianchi Campione del Mondo - If you have seen ever pictures of professional racers like Fausto Coppi riding a Bianchi bicycle, you have most likely seen a Bianchi Campione del Mondo. First released in 1954 to celebrate Coppi 1953 World Chmapionship.

Bianchi Specialissima - The top of the line Bianchi model produced for professional cyclists from the early 1960s to late 1980s was always called the Specialissima. It was made to be as light as possible whilst retaining the stiffness required to translate the power of professional cyclists into formidable speed.

Bianchi Specialissima X4 - Probably one of the finest and most beautiful steel racing bicycles ever produced. Bianchi produced the Specialissima X4 for six years between 1986 and 1991 – they are impeccably crafted, used only the best components and are very rare.

Bianchi Centenario - The legendary Bianchi Centenario, developed to celebrate 100 years of Bianchi. Essentially, the Centenario was developed from the epic Bianchi Specialissima X4 and included special, gunmetal cromovelato paintwork.

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