3 July 2019

The New Infinito XE


Bianchi extends the Infinito family with the addition of a new bike, perfect for the granfondo riders

There’s a new addition in the Infinito family. Bianchi launches Infinito XE, the perfect bike for the granfondo riders deadly serious about performance and aesthetics.

 

 

 

The geometry of the Infinito, the ultimate endurance model whose range is topped by Infinito CV, has been optimized in the WorldTour in the one-day classics, providing maximum performance with minimum stress for long distance. It also proved to be the ideal granfondo machine.

 

 

For a long day in the saddle the full carbon frame and fork creates a bike that is as good to ride as it is to look at. Available in 47, 50, 53, 55, 57, 59 and 61cm sizes and with a frame weighing just 1,100 grams and the fork 420 grams, the Infinito XE helps you savour every pedal stroke.

 

 

 

DISC POWER

The Infinito XE is exclusively built for disc brakes, with flat mount calipers. Thru axles both front (12x100mm) and rear (12x142mm) ensure no stress to the frame caused by braking, and with a tyre width compatibility up to 32mm the Infinito XE is capable of taking you further than ever before.

 

 

INTEGRATED LOOK

The clean lines of the bike are maintained with all hydraulic cables routed internally and the dedicated alloy seatpost has been developed for the ultimate streamlined, integrated look. Talking of streamlined, the alloy stem and spacers have been created by Bianchi for a better head tube connection, the 1 1/8” to 1.5” head tube providing stability at speed and under braking.

The characteristics of the Infinito XE are maintained across the frame sizes. The different chainstay lengths means that the bike behaves the same no matter what size you choose.

 

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