BRAND: BIANCHI Sport, 60s
"Conservata" Dannata on a 1960 Bianchi Sport frame. Sky blue livery, one of several variations on the tone that for decades, and still today, characterise the Bianchi sport and racing frames. The model retains elements of many historic Bianchi bikes, such as the legendary integrated headset. In spite of the years, the colour of the livery is quite bright, a tone bordering on Dannata taste, but which, combined with the usual earth-coloured contrast with other elements, makes for a particularly lively bicycle. A possible variant is the choice of cream-coloured tyres, black saddle and ecrù-coloured fabric handlebars.
The fork with the above-mentioned headset, the saddle clamp collar, the mudguards, the bottom bracket group with the 42-tooth branded crankset are original. Dannata elements are the Brooks B17 Imperial honey saddle, the oxidised 28" sport rims for 700x35c earth-coloured tyres and the handmade modified handlebars with fabric grips, as well as the one-speed coaster.