We know these have a hefty price tag, but that’s what it takes to be competitive—because you pay for what you get.
Bianchi Vertigo 105
Want carbon, but not keen on draining your bank account? The Italian masters at Bianchi have your answer in their new Vertigo 105 entry level carbon mount. It’s a fast frame outfitted with mid-tier Shimano 105 components, but it’s also designed with a more relaxed geometry for all-day comfort on century rides. Fork over an extra $400 for the Campagnolo Veloce version, hand-assembled in Italy with a higher-end Veloce drivetrain for smoother pedalling. ($2,000, bianchiusa.com)
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