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Bianchi Infinito CV Road Bike Frameset - 2015

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Killing road vibration is a good thing.

With the original Infinito laying the groundwork by Bianchi engineers for their professional team riders, the next step was incorporating a new material into the frame's composition for an even better vibration-damping road feel. Countervail, a patented material developed by Materials Science Corporation (MSC) and Bianchi, is where the CV gets its name and smooth ride, as this new vibration-cancelling layer is embedded within the carbon structure. Now Bianchi's top-end long distance road frame is even more comfortable and responsive than before. Celeste is back at it again, and this time around it's all about ensuring your body remains as supported and fresh as possible during those grueling day-long riding sessions.

As the top model in Bianchi's C2C (Coast 2 Coast) lineup, the Infinito CV was designed to cover long distances with maximum speed and minimum fatigue. In fact, the entire C2C range represents Bianchi's foray into a category of recent frame design which arguably started with the Cervelo RS and now includes the likes of the Roubaix and GF01. These top-tier framesets rethink traditional assumptions about what it means to be a "racing" bike by focusing on a less stressed rider position and a more relaxed geometry. For the Infinito, this was done by extending the frame's head tube height by around 1.5cm and then lengthening the wheelbase. Meanwhile, Bianchi maintained the traditional head tube angles and fork rake.

The comfort factor of the Infinito is astonishing when one realizes that it still fits squarely within Bianchi's competition range of framesets. Certainly, its ride properties benefit from the strategic use of vibration-damping Countervail and an extended wheelbase that smoothes out rough road surfaces. "Vibration Cancelling Composite Technology" is the phrase used for this all-new viscoelastic carbon layer, and Bianchi has integrated the material at critical areas of the frame and fork — sandwiched between its standard carbon layers. As a result, vibrations are cancelled before reaching the rider, and the frame's overall stiffness levels remain unchanged.

Bianchi also incorporated trickle down technology from its top-end race machine: the Oltre XR. Yes, we're talking about its Carbon Nano Technology. This process involves adding nano-scaled particles to the resin. By doing so, the particles reduce the microscopic gaps between the resin and the fibers of the carbon. Ultimately, this increases the strength and fracture-resistance by 49% compared to using standard epoxy resin systems. In whole, Bianchi refers to this process as BAT (Bianchi Active Technology), which means that the combination of materials and shapes maintain the frame's phenomenal torsional stiffness for a full-blown power transfer and Grand Tour style handling characteristics. But, at the same time, it provides enough vertical compliance for you to fully enjoy this bike on a century, gran fondo, or your winter training rides.

If you're wondering why you should consider the Infinito CV over the Oltre or Sempre, keep in mind that the Infinito is designed to satisfy three key objectives: To reduce rider fatigue, provide greater comfort, and accommodate long distance riding. So, if you only have one bike in your quiver, and your idea of riding is oriented more towards spirited group or individual rides, the Infinito CV may well be your bike. Moreover, if your core lacks the strength of Cancellara, or your flexibility requires that you add an aesthetically displeasing number of spacers below your stem, the additional head tube height will better accommodate your physiological needs.

The Bianchi Infinito CV Road Bike Frame is available in the colors Black/celeste, Celeste, and White and in six odd sizes from 50 to 61cm. Each frame includes a full carbon Bianchi CV tapered fork and an FSA Orbit headset. The frame weight of a 55cm tips the scales at around 950 grams. The frame utilizes a PF30 bottom bracket.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
CV carbon fiber
Fork Material:
full carbon CV
Head Tube Diameter:
1 1/2 to 1 1/8in
Headset Included:
yes, FSA Orbit C-40
Bottom Bracket Type:
Cable Routing:
Front Derailleur Mount:
34.9mm clamp-on
Derailleur Pull:
Compatible Components:
mechanical and electronic groups
Seatpost Diameter:
31.6 mm
Recommended Use:
road endurance
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years on frame
Actual Weight:
Celeste, 53cm: 1550g

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Infinito size by rider height


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Geometry Chart



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Effective Top Tube


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50 47cm 52.5cm 14cm 71.5o 74.5o 6.8cm 40.8cm
53 50cm 53.5cm 15.5cm 71.5o 74o 6.8cm 40.8cm
55 52cm 55cm 17cm 72o 73.5o 6.8cm 41cm
57 54cm 56cm 18.5cm 72.5o 73.5o 6.8cm 41cm
59 56cm 57.5cm 20.5cm 72.5o 73o 6.8cm 41.2cm
61 58cm 58.5cm 22.5cm 72.5o 72.5o 6.8cm 41.2cm

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Really great ride

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Only have a Carbon bike for the days I'm not riding steel, but must say this frame is a smooth, lively, comfortable ride. Set up with Deda and Campagnolo drive train & wheelset, it's a joy to ride. Definitely handles the chip seal roads I ride it on no problem and it's a good climber. The only issues I had with it were the FSA headset which my mechanic switched to a Cane Creek, the FSA steerer tube expander plug which we switched out to a Specialized then modified to fit the slammed stem height and some internal cable rattle, which was annoying. T'Love at Metal Mtn in Ventura, CA chased down the cable rattle (it was in the downtube), added some donuts on the cable and end of noise problem. I'd give it 5* but there may be something better out there? No matter, I'm staying with this Bianchi.

Really great ride

Amazing! Both Bike & Competitive Cyclist

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

First the bike: For years, I stuck to my guns about steel. I did test-drive a few carbon fiber bikes but never liked the jarring / "tinny" feeling. Steel just has that wonderful warm feel to it. Well, this year I broke down and decided to order the Infinito from my LBS just in time for a 520 mile charity ride (California Coast Classic).

I heard many great things about the Infinito CV and it seems that everything is true. Although I still find carbon jarring to a degree, the Infinito definitely makes up in so many ways. Aesthetically, it's a downright beautiful bike (even for carbon) and handles very well on rough roads (especially with the Vittoria Paves & their matching green walls.) Expect lots of compliments, *even* from folks who are not cyclists.

Needless to say, I'm riding two to three miles per hour faster (without trying all that hard) and enjoying every inch. (Perhaps it's all the compliments.) The Infinito, at times, almost seems to float uphill and I feel more much secure as I scream down those large descents.

Next Competitive Cyclist: Unfortunately, my dear beloved LBS wasn't able to order the correct bike and since I was pinched for time, I called up CC. In less than 24 hours, the Infinito was on my doorstep! (I have since found out that if you want to buy a bike frame, online is best. If you want a complete bike, your LBS is the place to go.)

Then yesterday, I found out on CC that the Infinito is now on sale and is $500 less than when I purchased it about six weeks. I called up CC and found out they have a price protection policy. Thus I now have a $500 credit! Woohoo!

This is one very happy customer for life!!!! Thank you so much, Competitive Cyclist!!PAGETYPE?sp=104&sf=101133&documentid=365707&action=view&VisitorProfile=competitive&MESSAGEVAR!home=no&MESSAGEVAR!cookie=no

Amazing! Both Bike & Competitive Cyclist

No discount on this frame set any time soon ?

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We won't have an advertised one, but if you contact me here directly I can help you out on it.

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Infinito Love

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This bike completely lives up to all of the industry hype over the last couple of years. My only real beefs are 2.....when riding on very rough roads, the cable housing will rattle inside the frame. It isn't loud but is noticeable and annoying and I suspect preventable in some way. The second isn't that much a beef really.....this bike is marketed as an endurance, long-distance bike (old-man bike as the cycling community in my town call this category), however, this bike is wildly responsive and handles much like my full-on race bike. Yes, the countervail does dampen road vibration and the head tube is 2 cm taller than the Oltre but these are somewhat marginal differences to be honest. I love it.