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Bianchi is proud sponsor and innovation partner of Team Jumbo-Visma, empowering its riders with four different high performance bicycles: Oltre XR4, Specialissima, Infinito CV and Aquila CV. All models are engineered with the Bianchi CV integrated system, using Countervail ® vibration cancelling carbon material. Founded by Edoardo Bianchi in Milan in 1885, Bianchi is the most historic bicycle brand.

Bianchi believes the frame is the heart of the bicycle. Therefore, it is constantly investing in material technology with the aim to produce the best bikes in the world. Bianchi offers a wide range of models for Road, MTB, City-Fitness and e-Bikes as well as accessories to meet the needs of even the most fastidious cyclists. All frames are designed and developed at Bianchi headquarters in Treviglio (Bergamo, Italy). The same accounts for all graphics and colour combinations. With its Reparto Corse (Racing Department), Bianchi led the way with race-proven geometry and technology as the market changed from steel to aluminium and then titanium frames, to the present-day advanced carbon frames.

The partnership between Bianchi and the team started in 2014, proving successful through a continuous and mutual development process on both the racing and product side. Bianchi’s commitment to providing the best racing bikes for each race condition has significantly contributed to the team’s success. The feedback and input from riders and performance staff have supported Bianchi engineers to fine-tune technologies and frame performance, leading the way to memorable victories. Bianchi is proud sponsor and innovation partner of Team Jumbo-Visma, empowering the riders with four different high performance bicycles: Oltre XR4, Specialissima, Infinito CV and Aquila CV. All models are engineered with Bianchi CV integrated system, using Countervail® vibration cancelling carbon material. Founded by Edoardo Bianchi in Milan, in 1885, Bianchi is the most historic brand of bicycles.

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