Bianchi named its Milano as an ode to the Italian city of fashion, the Last Supper, and the Santa Maria del Grazie. With so much to see, you'd be lost without a bike like the Milano. With a lightweight aluminum frame, you've got a nimble ride to carry you between Da Vinci marvels and quaint cafes, with stylishness to rival the locals'. Bianchi's alloy wheels are lightweight and tough, and wrapped in Kenda rubber, so they've got the durability to take on all of your explorations. With 3 speeds tucked into the low-maintenance internally geared hub, you've got just the right amount of pedal power to make light of the terrain you'll encounter, whether the gradient steers up or down. An array of Bianchi alloy components cap off this machine, for the perfect exploration machine.
Bianchi's Torino Dama is a fun, get-around-town bike that lets you feel the wind in your face. Thanks to the aluminum frame and 700c wheels, it's light, nimble, and perfect for city riding and cruising the green belt. Plus, you'll love the 24-speed Shimano drivetrain that makes climbing easy, the powerful linear-pull brakes, and the host of choice Bianchi components that make every ride a joy. A wide, thick saddle, adjustable handlebar stem, ergonomic handgrips, and slip-resistant platform pedals maximize ride comfort.
We dug out the old 1950s design plans from our Milano. A classic steel tube set make up the foundation of the new Venezia. Its color matched fenders and chainguard, simple 3-speed internally geared hub, and styling pays homage to the artistic city of Venice. Simple, elegant, classical.
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