Bianchi now comes with its latest road models, namely the 2011 Infinito Athena, Infinito Ultegra and the Infinito.
The three variations of the Infinito are equipped with a couple of similar parts–a customized Fi’Zi:k Aliante Delta saddle, FSA SL-K Carbon- 31.6mm seatpost and an FSA Wing Compact handlebar, which has custom color and graphics, and its frameset.
Integrated brake levers, a headset by FSA Orbit CE plus, Bianchi FF35 K-Vid full carbon with Kevlar of 1 1/8”, Infinito Carbon K-Vid with Kevlar inserts are all found on the three bikes, too.
When it comes to the sprocket, Infinito Ultegra and Infinito 105 possess the same kind of Shimano 105 10sp 12/25, while Infinito Athena uses the Campagnolo Chorus 11sp UD 12/25.
Despite the similarities across Bianchi’s three models, there are plenty of differences–of course–such as brakes, chain, crankset, shifters, front and rear derailleurs. Infinito Athena and Ultegra come with the same Celeste color, while Infinito 105 appears in Black.