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BianchiOltreXR.4 Road Frameset
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March 13, 2021
XR.4 Build Complete - YES!!!!
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 57 CM
- 6` 0"
Just completed my Bianchi XR.4 road build. Complete Campagnolo Record group-set (Mechanical \ Rim Brake) with Campy Bora One 50 Clincher Wheelset. Extensive research on the frame sizing and the 57 CM is a perfect fit for me. Time X12 Pro pedals feel great with effortless contact. Michelin Power Road tires have a wonderful dry weather feel (no rain yet). Selle SMP saddle works well. Supacaz Kush Tape has a good feel. Looking forward to years of riding and miles of enjoyment. Regards, Mike PS. I'm exactly 6ft, bare foot. In any shoe I am over six foot, how much is dependent on the heal. The 57 CM frame was chosen after being professionally fitted at a pro shop. With this frame I run the 172.5 MM cranks. 100 MM stem with 6 degree rise. I could run a 90 MM stem just as comfortable, yet I like the slightly longer reach and hand position on top bar. If you are going to drop money on a quality road bike, professional sizing is a must.
March 16, 2021
I’m wondering how you decided on 57 cm... I’m 6’1” and deciding btw 57 or 59... Also, how did you decide on the rim brake over the disk... I’m leaning that way too, but curious to hear how you decided. I would consider theVision Merton h/b as a minor upgrade to to keep all the cables inside. Thanks for sharing Tony
October 22, 2020
what's the max tire size that'll fit in this frame?
September 19, 2020
Thanks, Todd and others!
I'm trying to decide now on a new build. There are so many nice machines out there. I've always admired the Oltre XR4's. So your review(s) helped me to confirm my admiration. Coincidentally, I'm 5'11 1/2 (182cm) so you helped me narrow it down of what size to look for. I wish I could try your bike or at least see you on it.
August 1, 2020
Would this fit the vision handlebar that comes with the complete disc version Bianchi Oltre XR4?
October 22, 2020
i believe it should as that's what we see setup for the pros.
July 5, 2019
- I've put it through the wringer
Bianchi has done a fantastic job with the Oltre XR4. I have had the bike for a little over a year now. I have ridden most of what people would consider "super bikes". The Bianchi does everything very well, and in a good way. Could you build up a lighter climbing bike.....sure, you could even get a slightly more aero bike, but the overall package the Oltre XR4 delivers is very tough to beat in one bike. Climbs very well out of the saddle, super responsive when digging in the saddle, or sprinting out of the saddle. Overall my favorite single bike I have ridden so far from the Competitive Cyclist stable. I am 5'11" and ride a 57cm Oltre XR4. For context this is the same fit I ride on a 56cm Specialized, or a 55cm Pinarello Dogma F8/F10.
October 8, 2019
I concur the XR4 is great ride. I have a little over 5k miles on my black XR4 with Di2 and rim brakes. Long rides, short fast rides, climbing, descending the XR4 does it all really well. I am 67, 6’1”, and the 59 is a great fit for me. I am continually amazed at how comfortable this bike is for a Tour level bike.
June 19, 2020
Hey Todd, Beautiful bike...I see you're running Vittoria Corsa G+ tires with your Enve ( 4.5 ? )wheels....Any problems with the sidewall cuts per the Enve web site ? Also, are you running 25mm tires ?...Again, velo bellissimo...Thanks !
March 28, 2019
I even bought one of my own
- I've put it through the wringer
As an employee here at CC I have access to a lot of bikes. I don't buy for myself just any bike, it has to be special. The Oltre XR4 is that good. As a racer in my late (very late) 40's I have to be careful. I want a bike that is fast, stiff, race geometry, but my back, shoulders and whole body don't take 4 or 5 hours in the saddle like the did when I was 25, at least as far as I can remember anyway. The XR4 is stiff and efficient, it's an aero frame bit it can climb, you can stand up and rock that bike all over. You can ride it all day, the carbon layup technique really does make a difference, I can feel it, that's a major reason I went and bought one. Those are the important things, the not important things, but really are actually important, Bianchi's are gorgeous. Thumbs up on the the Oltre XR4. If you're looking for an overall fantastic bike and ready to treat yourself give it a good look.
July 8, 2019
Hey Kyle, It looks like your running Conti tires. What size are you running? I'm hoping that 28 GP4000's will fit. Thanks, Max
January 3, 2019
I have only ridden this around the block a few times and on the trainer but so far what I can tell is this bike is stiff, responsive and fits like a glove in a very aero way. When I pedal, this bike lunges forward. I usually am a 56 cm and I went with the 55cm. It fits perfect. I can't wait to take this up and down the mountains once the weather turns!
February 12, 2019
What is your personal height and saddle height ?...
September 8, 2018
I’m 5’9 and was wondering what size bike I would need for this frame ?
November 7, 2018
I think 53
March 6, 2019
Hi Miguel, I think you could run a 55cm or a 57 cm. A component of this that would help me decide between the two is the sizing of your body proportions and the geometry of the current bike you are riding. I am 5ft 10in and went with a 55cm but I have short legs and a long torso. On the other hand, I have a coworker who is the same height and went with a 57cm. Both of us are very happy with the fit of this and the difference is slight adjustments of spacer height under the stem. For the record, my measurement of top of saddle to center of bottom bracket is about 73cm. If you are reading this and need help figuring out anything related to this bike please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be happy to talk!