Bianchi Milano Bike 1998 or Older

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $559.00


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Bianchi Milano


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Michelle a Weekend Warrior from Los Angeles

Date Reviewed: April 14, 2002

Strengths:    cool color,7speed internal gear..It comes with a bell!!

Weaknesses:    I had to buy my own basket

Bottom Line:   
This bike blows away all the offerings..cool color/some gears..man..it says Bianchi real big on the side..has a red seat,red leather grips..People always jsut tell me how cute my bike is...It goes fast...even climbs hills...

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Favorite Trail:   the beach

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $500.00

Purchased At:   Supergo

Similar Products Used:   cruiser

Bike Setup:   wicker basket/cool matching cat eye mitty 3..got it at pasadena cycle

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Alyssa Milano looking smoking hot?

I would so play with her [url]http://www.gametrailers.com/video/alyssa-milano-ghostbusters/47005[/url] Is there a Ghostbusters movie coming?Read More »

Anyone use the Specialized Milano seat?

I went to my LBS with the intent to buy the Milano seat. I told the sales guy the bike I had (07 Stumpjumper FSR) and he suggested that wasnt the seat I should get. He said it was to big and heavy for a bike like that. Instead he brings me this brick with 2 small gel pads and recommended it. I think ... Read More »

bianchi milano...

msrps 600 or so, i hear of people scoring them for 4 quite often. i'm just not finding those deals. even 5 would be great. extra for shipping, thats fine. i live in a somewhat remote area and need to score one of these for one of the larger funraces of the year coming up, any leads, awesome :thu ... Read More »

Kona Cowan Townie! Passion - tastes better than a Milano

Ever have a favorite frame that is just sitting around? I recently set up a new trail bike, and put my much-loved Kona aside, until... ...it was converted to the most robust townie you have ever owned. Note the coffee caddy in the basket, as well as the super clean disk-brake/fender mount combo (th ... Read More »

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