Yearning for long days on the road, Bianchi's Impulso 105 will leave you happily exhausted and eager for more. The lightweight frame sports an endurance-oriented geometry for hours of comfort and fun, and the triple hydroformed aluminum tubes provides stiff, precise handling. Plus, with Bianchi's Kevlar inserts, the carbon fork provides an ultra-smooth ride. The lightweight Shimano wheels accelerate and climb with ease and the crisp-shifting Shimano 105 11-speed drivetrain provides the perfect gearing for sailing over mountains and flying down open roads. You'll also love the powerful Reparto Corse brakes, stem, bars, and seatpost, not to mention the plush Selle San Marco seat.
Buying your first road bike shouldn't be a difficult choice for a new cyclist. The choices should exceed your budget with regards to quality and value. That's where the Via Nirone hits the mark for the ladies. Women should ride the best performing bicycle they can buy. Italian design is at the root of all the Dama Bianca bicycles; stylish, functional, and first in class racing pedigree for the Dama market. Bianchi offers unique, individual, small batch production frames which state the rider wants to enjoy miles on a bicycle during a winery tour, a metric century, or training for their first sprint triathlon. The Dama Bianca Via Nirone is built around Bianchi's road endurance geometry and utilizes their proven K-VID (Kevlar Vibration Isolation Device) vibration damping technology in its carbon fork, a size specific hydroformed aluminum frame, as well as BAT (Bianchi Active Technology) to optimize sitting and pedaling position on the bike. All of this is brought together on Bianchi's Dama Bianca bikes in order to increase rider comfort allowing you to stay relaxed and ride confidently further than your last ride. The Via Nirone Dama Sora sports a quality wheelset, an 18-speed Shimano Sora drivetrain for easy climbing, and dual-pivot brakes for excellent speed control. Trusty Reparto Corse components round out a classic package that's a great entry point for a newer rider, or a solid next bike for someone more seasoned.
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