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Infinito CV Disc Ultegra Road Bike

While team Jumbo-Visma may opt for the aggressive, aerodynamic, and ultra-stiff Oltre XR4 for most of the race season, when it comes to the rougher roads of the Spring Classics, they reach for the added comfort and versatility of the Infinito CV. The frame's more relaxed position with its slightly taller head tube and longer wheelbase provide increased comfort and extra tire clearance, but since it's still a race bike, after all, it maintains efficient power transfer and still has some aero touches. Equipped with the power and control of hydraulic disc brakes, Shimano's workhorse Ultegra mechanical drivetrain, and Bianchi's vibration-canceling Countervail technology, this steed is ready to guide you through big mileage days, conquer the roughest roads, or toe the line of your favorite Gran Fondo.

This latest version of the Infinito Disc features redesigned frame shapes for more comfort and tire clearance (up to 32mm) that works with its endurance-specific geometry for all-day comfort. Longer chainstays help smooth the ride, and a taller, aero headtube provides a position that is efficient, yet comfortable. Soaking up the road imperfections is Bianchi's exclusive Countervail’s vibration canceling technology. Countervail reduces muscle fatigue and improves control for better overall performance, especially on chipseal roads and over cobblestones. This material, developed by Materials Science Corporation (MSC) and created for NASA, is a viscoelastic carbon layer that's sandwiched between the standard high-modulus carbon layers to devour vibration and road noise without compromising stiffness.

The Infinito CV Disc also enjoys the same Carbon Nano Technology used in the construction of Bianchi's top-end, race-specific Oltre XR. This process uses nano-scaled particles to reduce the microscopic gaps between the resin and the carbon, increasing strength and fracture-resistance by a claimed 49% compared to standard epoxy resin. Of course, the added safety of disc brakes means you're that much less likely to rely on the added fracture resistance.

The new Infinito Disc is also engineered to be also more aero by using a frame specific carbon seatpost with an adjustable setback. The bike is also compatible with the Metron 5D aero handlebar if you are looking for an integrated design and sleek aesthetic of a bar/stem combo.

The benefits of disc brakes are gaining momentum on the road, and Bianchi's Infinito CV Disc is the latest high-level frame to be offered with disc compatibility. The reasons are simple. Disc brakes aren't affected by damaged rims, they don't cause damage to rims, and you can run carbon rims without worrying about the loud engagement and low-power braking issues that have plagued wheelset innovation. Sure, you can generate enough stopping power to lock-up your wheel with rim brakes, but using a disc lets you modulate that power more carefully, avoiding lock-ups and ensuring smooth, safe stops.

  • An endurance race bike with the added control of disc brakes
  • Relaxed yet racy geometry is ready for big rides and Fondos
  • Countervail carbon fiber dampens vibration and road chatter
  • A fast, efficient frameset proven on the professional circuit
  • Thru-axles boost responsiveness for cornering, pedaling, braking
  • Venture beyond the tarmac thanks to 32mm tire clearance
  • Shimano Ultegra drivetrain brings reliable performance
  • A perfect balance of comfort and speed gives you the best of both worlds
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Frame Material
carbon fiber with Countervail
Bianchi full carbon with Countervail
FSA Orbit 1-1/8 - 1-1/4in
Shimano Ultegra ST-R8020 2 x 11
Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra FD-R8000
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 SS
Shimano Ultegra FC-R8000
Chainring Sizes
50 / 34t
Crank Arm Length
[47 - 53cm] 170mm, [55 - 59cm] 172.5mm, [61cm] 175mm
Bottom Bracket
Shimano SM-BB72-41B
Bottom Bracket Type
Shimano Ultegra CS-R8000
Cassette Range
11 - 30t
Shimano Ultegra CN-HG701
Shimano BR-R8070
Brake Type
hydraulic disc, flat-mount
Shimano SM-RT800 CenterLock, 160mm
Reparto Corse Compact Flat Top, 2014 Alloy
Handlebar Drop
Handlebar Width
[47, 50cm] 40cm, [53 - 57cm] 42cm, [59, 61cm] 44cm
Bar Tape
black soft microfiber w/shockproof EVA
Reparto Corse 3D-forged, 7050 alloy, +/- 7-degree rise
Stem Length
[47cm] 70mm, [50cm] 90mm, [53cm] 100mm, [55cm] 110mm, [57, 59cm] 120mm, [61cm] 130mm
Fi'zi:k Aliante R7
Infinito Full Carbon with adjustable and reversible alloy head, 25mm/-10mm setback
Fulcrum Racing 518 Disc
Front Axle
12 x 100mm thru-axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm thru-axle
Vittoria Rubino Pro G2.0 Graphene
Tire Size
700c x 28mm
not included
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Bianchi Infinito CV disc Ultegra

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
59 cm
6` 2"
208 lbs

I purchased my Bianchi Infinito this summer and it put a huge smile on my face. I have been a roadie for 17 years and own a Specialized Roubaix and a Trek Madone 5.2 both with Ultegra group sets. They have been sweet bikes over the span of 17 years but I decided to treat myself to a new ride. At 73 years of age and counting I was looking for a more forgiving geometry especially compared to my Trek Madone. I did a lot of online research and came to the conclusion that the Infinito might just be the ticket. I was not disappointed! I have significant arthritis in my cervical spine and having to crane my head upwards while riding in a more aggressive position did not make my neck happy. I did modify the stem on my new Bianchi by swapping out the stock Bianchi stem with a 100mm 25 degree positive rise FSA Salsa stem. This put me in an even more upright and comfortable position while on the hoods or in the drops. Sure there is some loss of aero with this modification but the bike is still plenty fast and the comfort factor is more than worth any concession to greater speed. I also put on a cassette that has a 34 tooth cog. When I am on the small chain ring I have a great ratio for steep hills. I love the stiffness of the bottom bracket and when I put the hammer down I can really feel the response being transferred to the drive train and rear wheel, this bike will really jump out when you give it a good stomping! My older bikes have rim brakes and I have to say the disc brakes are sweet. They are super responsive and reliable. I cannot say enough good things about the Bianchi Infinito CV disc. The celeste green color is a head turner and I have gotten many compliments on my "beautiful bike". I am 6'-2" with a 35.5 inseam and went with the 59cm frame, a good fit.

Good job Ken. I'm no whipper snapper at 60-y-o, and I've been putting thousands of bike miles each year for more than a decade, so you sir are an inspiration.

Ken, I appreciate your positive review! I’m 64 and have ridden a Roubaix for 11 years, but am thinking it’s time to pull the trigger on an Infinito this coming spring. I’m looking forward to it!

>Rating: 5

Amore Infinito

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought
5` 11"

2020 has been rough. Hours spent in a windowless basement trying to remember the feeling of finishing a group ride at the coffee shop and enjoying conversation without so much as a thought of the potentially lethal spray of fine particulates emitting from my buddy's maskless face. It truly is a magical time to be alive. This bike has been the silver (Celeste?) lining to an otherwise awful year. I took the Infinito home with me the week before lockdown, and I was forced to hang onto it for a little longer than I had originally anticipated. Try not to feel too badly for me. If you're new to the world of road bikes, I'll introduce Bianchi with a car metaphor. If a wild, futuristic Pinarello is analogous to a Lamborghini, and a classically tubed, gorgeous Colnago is akin to a Ferrari, Bianchi is Alfa Romeo. Steeped in tradition without being stuck in the past, and aesthetically motived without losing sight of performance. A Bianchi is easily identifiable by its signature Celeste blue-green coat, but the real magic lies a layer or two deeper (literally.) Compared to its traditionally racy sibling, the Oltre XR4, the Infinito is slightly more upright, compliant, and relaxed. It was designed with the cobbles of Roubaix and Flanders in mind; but it's certainly not a one-trick pony. A Spring campaign in Belgium is brutal, but the machines that are developed to cope usually end up striking the ideal balance for an amateur rider. Most of us don't have the luxury of daily rides on flawless roads, or the mental ability to give up our daily rides during harsh winters, and as a result, an out-and-out race rig with narrow clearances and an unyieldingly rigid chassis won't honestly serve us as well as a more tempered option like the Infinito. I use the word tempered deliberately. The Infinito is not a mushy 'endurance' bike that sacrifices lively mannerisms and an efficient character at the alter of vaguely-defined comfort. This is a bike that was designed to race. It's stiff enough to carry you through a street sign sprint, and can be built light enough to eat up mountain miles like a champ, but it doesn't ever feel dangerously sharp or numbingly rough. The handling is perfectly balanced, and the CounterVail layers built into the carbon really do work; lending a discernable smoothness that I've yet to experience on anything other than another CV-equipped Bianchi. It will even negotiate some light gravel courtesy of its 32mm tire clearance. The competition might beat it on price, but I guarantee none of them are going to look as good, ride as smooth, or steal your heart in the same way that the Infinito will. The Infintio is a truly great bike, and it was a wonderful partner to carry me through an otherwise dark time. I spent every day counting down the hours until I could sneak away on my favorite local routes and enjoy the one aspect of my life that had remained the same. I'm going to miss it badly. Amore Infinito.

Thanks for the review sir.


Does Bianchi have a sizing guide for this bike? Wondering what size for someone 5’ 6”.