Bianchi C-4 Project

“The C4 frames made their debut in cycling competitions in May 1987, when the Bianchi racing team took part in the time lap of the Giro d’Italia (Cycling Tour of Italy) equipped with fork frames designed and produced by C4. These frames were a world preview for some characteristic components, such as the entire carbon monocoque construction without joints, the frame without saddle pipe, the adjustable seat pin all dimensions with three unique frame sizes, and the carbon monocoque front fork.”

1 comment:

  1. Interesting that they made this model in only 3 sizes. That explains the no-seat-post-design. I wonder what riders they molded this design under?