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Bianchi Sprint

WITH STRONG LINKS TO THE past and a firm fix on the future, the Bianchi Sprint was a release that both piqued our interest and fuelled enthusiasm.

Choked by weeks of bushfire smoke, it was refreshing to arrive in Adelaide and finally breathe some relatively clean air while also testing out the latest in the line up from Bianchi.

The Sprint moniker, as same will recall, has previously been used by the 135+yo Italian bike manufacturer before. Back in the ’80s there was a steel Sprint, complete with classic aggressive

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