Bianchi Oltre XR1 Ultegra 2017 - Road Bike
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The Bianchi Oltre XR1 Ultegra road race bike is built to win with a top-quality carbon frame that is lightning quick and responsive and a performance Shimano Ultegra drivetrain.
At the heart of this road racing bike is Bianchi’s extremely lightweight XR.1 carbon frame. It uses many of the aero features of its bigger brother, the XR.2 (used by World Tour team Lotto-Jumbo). The frame super stiff with an aggressive riding position for performance.
Ride comfort is enhanced thanks to UTSS (ultra thin seat stays). Power transmission is focused through the chain stays, leaving the seat stays as a compliant support structure. UTSS reduces frame weight, improves shock absorption and impact resistance.
Fitted to the Oltre XR1 is a pro level 2x11spd Shimano Ultegra drivetrain, with Ultegra brakes for slick and reliable performance.
Beat the competition with the Bianchi Oltre XR1 race bike.
- Very lightweight & responsive XR.1 carbon composite frame
- UTSS vibration damping seat stays
- Performance 2x11 spd Shimano Ultegra drivetrain
- Smooth rolling Fulcrum Racing 7 LG rims
- Size: 47cm, 50cm, 53cm, 55cm, 57cm, 59cm, 61cm
- Colour: Black Matt/Graphite
- The Bianchi Oltre XR1 Ultegra is available on 0% APR finance
|Frame:||Oltre XR.1 carbon, mechanical/electronic shifting compatible, UTSS SS section, tapered HT, carbon dropout, BB-PressFit 86,5x41mm|
|Fork:||Bianchi Full Carbon, 1.5”>1.1/8” integrated head|
|Headset:||Fsa Orbit C-40-ACB; NO.42/ACB, Sealed 1.1/8” ACB Top, 1.5” ACB Btm (for 46/56mm Head Tubes); w/15mm alloy cap|
|Stem:||Reparto Corse 3D Forged alloy 2014-T6, rise +/- 6, 1.1/8”, Ext: 90mm-47/50cm|
|Bars:||Reparto Corse Compact Flat Top, alloy 2014 diam. 31,8mm, reach 126mm, drop 77,4mm, Size: 400mm-47/50cm|
|Front Brake:||Shimano Ultegra BR-6800, shoes R55C4|
|Rear Brake:||Shimano Ultegra BR-6800, shoes R55C4|
|Front Mech:||Shimano Ultegra FD-6800 Ultegra, band type (34.9mm)|
|Rear Mech:||Shimano Ultegra RD-6800 SS 11sp, direct attachment, low gear 23-28T|
|Shifters:||Shimano Ultegra ST-6800 2x11sp|
|Rims:||Fulcrum Racing 7 LG, C17 aluminium rims|
|Spokes:||Asymetric 18-20 spokes|
|Front Tyre:||Vittoria Zaffiro Pro Slick 700x25, 60TPI, Folding|
|Rear Tyre:||Vittoria Zaffiro Pro Slick 700x25, 60TPI, Folding|
|Seat Post:||Oltre Full Carbon Aero; Alloy clamp type one bolts in colour black anodized; for alloy rail clamp, length: 250mm-47cm|
|Chainset:||Shimano Ultegra FC-6800, Hollowtech II, 52x36T, Crank Length: 170mm-47/54cm|
|Bottom Bracket:||Shimano SM-BB72-41B, PressFit|
|Chain:||Shimano Ultegra CN-HG701-11|
|Cassette:||Shimano Ultegra CS-6800, 11sp|
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Bianchi Oltre XR1 Ultegra 2017 - Road Bike Reviews
Customer Reviews (1)
This bike is everything I hoped and expected it to be. Brilliant. Really very good. However, it hadn't been prepared well; the seat post and the seat clamp couldn't be tightened enough to stop them slipping. Disassembly, cleaning and the application of some carbon assembly paste resolved it. However, it would have been better if it had been assembled properly in the first place. There should not be any compromise in integrity or safety.
This bike is everything I hoped and expected it to be. Brilliant. Really very good. However, it hadn't been prepared well; the seat post and the seat clamp couldn't be tightened enough to stop them slipping. Disassembly, cleaning and the application of some carbon assembly paste resolved it. However, it would have been better if it had been assembled properly in the first place. There should not be any compromise in integrity or safety.Close review