From October 31st to November 2nd, all the best from the iconic Italian brand will shine at the exclusive event organized by Rouleur Magazine
As the road cycling season comes to a close, Bianchi is ready to celebrate a very successful year at the Rouleur Classic, the prestigious show organized by Rouleur Magazine, in London (Great Britain) from Thursday October 31st to Saturday November 2nd. Rouleur Classic’s formula combines great champions and the best technological innovations in the very heart of the English capital, at the Victoria House, where all the finest brands of today’s market are set to be on show, while the greatest names in cycling offer memories and insights from the Theatre’s stage.
In the Rouleur Classic exhibition, Bianchi will display a selection of high-performance models, including with Oltre XR4, the bike that contributed to the majority of the 52 wins with Team Jumbo-Visma over 2019 road season. With Oltre XR4, Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic made all the way to the top of the UCI World Ranking in this season, netting his first overall Grand Tour win at the Vuelta a Espana as well as a third-place spot at the Giro d’Italia.
In addition, at Rouleur Classic there will be other standout models of the Bianchi range such as Infinito CV, the endurance bike par excellence, Specialissima with its ultralight frame and Aria E-Road, one of the lightest road carbon racing e-bike.
Opening Hours: · Thursday 31st October from 18:00 to 23:00· Friday 1st November from 12:00 to 21:00· Saturday 2nd November from 10:00 to 16:00
Treviglio (Italy), October 30th, 2019
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