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Bianchi Impulso takes the legacy road brand off-road with impressive skill and high-performance.

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Aero shapes on Impulso’s frontend.

No cables either.

Impulso looks to be ideal for anyone to get into gravel.

Bianchi Impulso

The brand normally known for making their way to Grand Tour success in coats of Celeste Green has new ground to conquer in their Impulso Pro gravel bike. It’s one we’re getting acquainted with in our Guide, and one you should consider for your fleet.

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How’s It Ride?

The Impulso takes many cues from aero road-racing bikes in Bianchi’s lineup, and the thin tubing and progressive geometry speak to its intent as a speed-forward racing bike. Cables are routed down the front of the headset for extra speed. The slim tire clearance of 42mm also speaks volumes that you’ll keep speed as the priority on Impulso, rather than uncharted trail exploring.

Impulso in profile in Utah’s west desert.

How Ours Is Equipped

We built ours with the Shimano GRX mechanical 12-sp group here and a budget-friendly Fulcrum wheelset. In this configuration it’s a solid mid-tier build for new riders. The frame is on the heavier side, so we’d recommend looking for upper-tier components if you want to bring your Impulso into a competitive class. Chat up our Gearheads for expert advice on a custom setup.

Three riders push the pace on a curved road during golden hour.