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There is a Bianchi Owners Club that is hosted on Facebook. They often have "help me" posts and you will find a wealth of Bianchi die hards willing to assist you.


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We don't usually supply lists of resources here, because they don't really fit with the general SE question-with-one-best-answer approach. Interest in retro bikes and cycling gear is at an all time high, and so is the amount of information available. I'm answering because I hope to give you, and others who end up here, an example of how this information ...


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Perhaps it's bad form to post an answer to such an old question, but the existing answers haven't addressed a concern I've always had about the setup described in the question, which I see most often implemented like the photo below with the brake levers between the rider and the handlebars. In this scenario I assume the rider usually operates the brake ...


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I remember this would happen to me as a kid while on my bmx bike especially in humid summer weather. So you are buying new grips already - I'd say make sure they are a harder compound than whatever your current ones are. Seems like harder rubber is less likely to deform/melt away. With your current grips you might try wrapping them in bar tape. There are ...



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