Bianchi Aquila CV tri bike

World’s oldest bike company unveils their newest TT bike, featuring ‘Countervail’ technology to dampen road vibrations

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It’s been quite a while since Bianchi launched a TT bike. But with their Pico Crono looking increasingly dated when up against some of the cutting-edge offerings from the likes of Felt, Cervélo and Specialized, the world’s oldest bike company has unveiled the Aquila CV.

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One of the key features of the Aquila is the ‘Countervail’ technology – a special layer built into the carbon structure of the frame designed to dampen road vibrations.

Cockpit of Bianchi Aquila CV

On top of that, it’s mechanical and electronic shifting compatible, comes with an integrated stem and handlebars (made by Vision), and has hidden front and rear brakes.

Seatstays on Bianchi Aquila CV
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It’s a fantastically clean-looking bike that will garner many an admiring glance when you’re out riding. Price to be confirmed on www.bianchi.com.

Seatstays on Bianchi Aquila CV