Bianchi Infinito VC, the all day race machine

Mad Duck Cyclery

The Boutique Bike Shop in the Dallas Ft. Worth Area

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All Road/Cross

All Road Hydraulic Disc 105

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The All Road best suits the needs of riders looking to enjoy endless miles "off the grid" - whether their excursions take them up fire roads, down gravel roads, over mountain bike trails or "all of the above".
The All Road maintains our 130-year racing heritage through the use of lightweight, hydroformed tube sets. We've closely studied the needs of adventure riders and made a few tweaks to help them travel faster and farther over a wider variety of terrain.


All Road Tiagra Disc

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The All Road incorporates our tried and true Volpe geometry (with its lower than cyclocross bottom bracket drop), stretches the chainstay a tad farther, and shortens the front-to-center measurement. This allows for a higher level of straight-line speed, added stability, and nimbler handling when the "path less traveled" quickly turns another direction.


Volpe Disc

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The Volpe Disc is built for speed and utility. Utilizing the same platform as our well loved with a back end that has been stretched outward to accommodate disc specific wheel and a larger tire. Hayes CX Expert (old CX5) cable disc brakes offer single finger stopping power and the multi-surface Kenda Kwick Tenril 35c tires are well suited for street, dirt and gravel roads. A full 10-speed Shimano Tiagra build kit with 50/34T compact crank complete the build on the nickel satin Volpe Disc



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When we introduced our first cyclocross bike to America in 1986, few riders were even into cyclocross racing. Despite that, it didn't take long for cycling enthusiasts to figure out what our new Volpe excelled at; everything!

Long distance road rides. Gravel road excursions. City commuting. Loaded touring. Rail trail adventures. Neighborhood errands. The Volpe checks off all the boxes! Short of criterium racing and technical single track, the Volpe handles all types of riding efficiently and comfortably.



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The Lupo is equally adept at long distance road rides, gravel road excursions, city commuting, loaded touring, rail trail adventures, and just tooling around the neighborhood. With its eyelets for front and rear racks and fenders, clearance for wider tires, and grime-shedding cantilever brakes, the Lupo offers the same versatility its older sibling is famous for.


Zolder Disc

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If you need one bike to ride all season long, race the next Monster Cross event and keep your annual mileage legit, we have the new Bianchi Zolder. This new Bianchi cyclocross bike has a carbon monocoque frame with a Pressfit 86 bottom bracket and a tapered head tube. A full carbon fork with a 1.5” bottom bearing provides quick steering while internal shifter cable routing will keep the shifting smooth and free of dirt.