The All Road maintains Bianchi’s 130-year racing heritage through the usage of lightweight, hydroformed tube sets. Triple-butted, hydroformed aluminum tubing provides the rider with an effective pedaling platform when grinding out against headwinds. The All Road’s stiff downtube and bottom bracket junction makes quick work of each and every pedal stroke. The tall chainstay profiles keep the rear end tracking straight at the same time as resisting pedal-induced twisting all over sprints. The All Road’s tapered steer tube helps to keep the steering precise and reduces the quantity of down tube twisting when out of the saddle. Keeping up the performance attributes found in each Bianchi staying power race model used to be handiest step one toward creating without equal all-road bike.
For all-day rider comfort, Bianchi utilized the Bianchi Active Technology (BAT) utilized of their very best-selling Impulso. From iconic gran fondos to the brutally rough, cobblestone roads of the spring classics, the BAT rear triangle design has demonstrated its ability to redirect high-frequency vibrations at the same time as Keeping up a stiff drive line. BAT helps to keep the rider in keep an eye on and at ease over various surfaces. The All Road’s chain stays have been stretched beyond that of its Impulso sibling to deal with a 38mm rear tire. The entire-carbon fork comprises as much as a 40mm tire. The ground bracket drop has been lowered from that of its Zurigo cyclocross cousin (68mm). Lower and longer equates to faster and more stable over rough terrain.
Traction and pinch flat protection are paramount for all-terrain riding. The All Road features Bianchi’s Reparto Corse tubeless-in a position wheel laced to sealed bearing hubs of Shimano SLX-level weight specifications. A reliable drive train package from Shimano anchors the All Road with compact gearing and a wide-range cassette to make quick work of the flattest or steepest roads encountered. Bosses have been added to deal with front and rear fenders, in addition to a rear rack. The flare of the compact bend handlebar we could the rider mount a wide handlebar bag or as much as a 20-inch stuff sack under the bar. With the addition of a frame pack and oversize seat bag, there’s virtually no limit to the gear to the All Road can carry.
53cm: 500mm (center-to-best) seat tube, 535mm (center-to-center) effective best tube.
57cm: 540mm (center-to-best) seat tube, 560mm (center-to-center) effective best tube.
Shimano Tiagra 2×10 drivetrain, 50/34t crankset with 11-32t cassette.
53cm: 170mm crank arms.
57cm: 172.5mm crank arms.
Formula RX hubs laced to Bianchi Reparto Corse tubeless-in a position rims.
Avid BB5 mechanical disc brakes.
53cm: WTB Pathway 700c x 32mm tires, WTB SpeedV saddle.
57cm: Kenda Happy Medium 700c x 35mm tires, San Marco saddle.
53cm: 100mm stem, 40cm (center-to-center on the hoods) bars.
57cm: 110mm stem, 42cm (center-to-center on the hoods) bars.
Bianchi Reparto Corse carbon seatpost.