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Bianchi Sprint Disc Force eTap AXS Road Bike

$4,900.00

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  • CK16 Gloss, 50
    $4,900.00
  • CK16 Gloss, 53
    $4,900.00
  • CK16 Gloss, 55
    $4,900.00
  • CK16 Gloss, 57
    $4,900.00
  • CK16 Gloss, 59
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  • CK16 Gloss, 61
    $4,900.00

Why We Like the Sprint Disc Force eTap AXS Road Bike

Well-equipped as an all-around racing machine with a name apt to its specialties, the Sprint Disc Force eTap AXS road bike is this generation’s all-carbon race frame that delivers serious power and speed on whatever we're riding, from flats to mountain passes. The Sprint provides a versatile and lightweight race bike for everyone, no matter if it's your first time racing or just your first Bianchi. This ride is appropriately paired with SRAM’s Force eTap AXS group.

SRAM’s Force eTap AXS groupset is the optimal choice to pair with the Sprint due to its optimal shifting capabilities across varied terrain with electronic shifting across a 12-speed cassette. You’ll have no trouble shifting and no interruption in cadence as you prepare and adjust for a climb. Thanks to superior braking power from SRAM’s hydraulic brakes, you’ll enjoy superior stopping control on the descent.

Styling with Bianchi’s Celeste, this bike’s aesthetics deserve just as much credit as its technology. Aerodynamic tube shaping and internal cable routing means you’ll fly through the wind smoothly with reduced drag and much cleaner lines.

The new Sprint is created in the same mold as its predecessor, and it takes inspiration from other Bianchi bikes. For climbing, the Sprint shares similarities with Bianchi’s Specialissima. In aero terms, the Sprint takes cues from the Oltre. Race-ready geometry enhances the responsive front end of the bike, which allows you to challenge yourself and achieve your goals. A carbon fork and frame work in concert to reduce harsh road vibrations and increase comfort over long training sessions.

  • Fast and race-ready Sprint road bike for speedy rides
  • Quality without breaking the bank, perfect for the entry racer
  • Light and stiff carbon frame for efficient power transfer
  • SRAM Force eTap AXS for precise and wireless shifting
  • Hydraulic disc brakes for stopping power in all weather
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Frame Material
monocoque carbon fiber
Fork
monocoque carbon fiber
Headset
FSA Orbit
Shifters
SRAM Force eTap AXS 2 x 12speed
Front Derailleur
SRAM Force eTap AXS
Rear Derailleur
SRAM Force eTap AXS
Crankset
SRAM Force
Chainring Sizes
48 / 35t
Crank Arm Length
[47 - 53cm] 170mm, [55 - 59cm] 172.5mm, [61cm] 175mm
Bottom Bracket
SRAM Road
Bottom Bracket Type
PF86
Cassette
SRAM Force XG-1270 12speed
Cassette Range
10 - 33t
Chain
SRAM Force 12speed
Brakeset
SRAM Force HRD
Brake Type
flat-mount hydraulic disc
Rotors
SRAM Centerline X Rotors, 160mm
Handlebar
Reparto Corse Compact Alloy
Handlebar Drop
130mm
Handlebar Width
[47 - 53cm] 400mm, [55 - 59cm] 420mm, [61cm] 440mm
Bar Tape
cork bar tape
Stem
Reparto Corse Alloy
Stem Length
[47 - 50cm] 90mm, [53cm] 100mm, [55 - 57cm] 110mm, [59cm] 120mm, [61cm] 130mm
Saddle
Selle Royal Seta S1, 278 x 144mm
Seatpost
Reparto Corse Alloy 6061
Wheelset
Fulcrum Racing 618 Disc
Hubs
Fulcrum monoblock
Front Axle
12mm thru-axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm thru-axle
Tire Clearance
32mm
Tires
Vittoria Rubino IV
Tire Size
700c x 28mm
Pedals
not included
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
[frame] 5 years

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the pictures show this bike has Bianchi's Countervail technology for the frame but when I look at Bianchi's website and other reviews it does not seem that the Sprint uses this technology. Can you confirm if it is used in the Sprint frame?