Winning race bikes have just the right balance of light weight, stiffness, and smooth compliance on the road. The all-new TCR Advanced delivers on all three and adds updated aero performance to make it a versatile performer for competitive road riders. With a new composite frameset that shaves every gram possible without sacrificing its pedal-stomping stiffness, the TCR Advanced is built for all-rounder road performance. Reengineered with aero shaped frame tubing, it helps you climb faster, hammer the flats more efficiently, and corner on rails. The OverDrive steerer system and MegaDrive downtube are engineered for precise handling, and the Variant seatpost delivers an ideal blend of efficiency and compliance—so you stay fresh until the finish on those big days in the saddle. Class-leading efficiency - Lightweight composite materials and reengineered tubing shapes result in a livelier ride quality, explosive acceleration, and improved climbing efficiency with greater torsional frame stiffness than key competitor bikes. Advanced aerodynamics - This is where the TCR’s most quantifiable gains can be found compared to previous-generation models. Every tube shape was analyzed, engineered, and tested to create an overall structure with significantly lower drag at a wider range of yaw angles. The result is a TCR that’s faster than ever in sprints and solo situations. Total control - An all-new composite fork boasts impressive torsional stiffness for unrivaled steering precision. And a Giant wheelset with tubeless technology allows you to run lower tire pressures for increased grip and a reduced risk of punctures.
The Via Nirone 7 is where it all began for Bianchi—the address of Edoardo Bianchi's first workshop in milan. Start your own cycling story with our entry-level aluminum bike, designed around the proven Bianchi endurance geometry. Hydroformed tubing with internal cable routing and a carbon fork make it the perfect first performance road bike. - Aluminum frame uses hydroforming tubes to produce a stronger and lighter structure - Internal cable routing
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