2019 Bianchi Sprint Disc Force eTap AXS 12sp


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Professional Reviews

Bianchi’s original Sprint from the 1970s was renowned as the race machine of choice for the budding competitor. While the original was a slender-tubed, welded steel machine, its reinvention for the 21st century is a full-carbon speedster with aggressive racing geometry and a nod here and there to aerodynamics to keep it fully on trend for a modern race rig….Overall, the new Sprint reinforces what we’ve thought about Bianchi for a while now. It introduces a bike aimed at competitive riders but without the pro-bike price tag, like the original Sempre or the C2C.

Warren Rossiter, Bike Radar
Please note the specific model reviewed may be different.

Bike Specifications


Sram Force D1 48x35T, crank length: 170mm-47/53cm, 172.5mm-55/59cm, 175mm-61cm

Rear Derailleur

Sram Force eTap AXS D1 12sp

Front Derailleur

Sram Force eTap AXS D1


Sram Force XG-1270 D1 12sp, 10-11-12-13-14-15-17-19-21-24-28-33T


Sram Force HydroHC

Brake Type



Sram Force eTap AXS D1 2x12sp

Rims / Wheelset

Fulcrum Racing 618 disc brake


Vittoria Rubino IV 700×28, 60TPI, G2.0Graphene

Bottom Bracket

Sram PressFit Road 86,5x41mm


Reparto Corse Compact, Flat Top, alloy 6061 diam.31,8mm, reach 80mm, drop 130mm, Size: 400mm-47/53cm, 420mm-55/59cm, 440mm-61cm


Reparto Corse Alloy 6061, rise +/-7°, 1.1/8", Ext: 70mm-44cm, 90mm-47/50cm, 100mm-53cm, 110mm-55/57cm, 120mm-59cm, 130mm-61/63cm


Selle Royal Seta S1, steel rails, 278x144mm


Reparto Corse Alloy 6061 shaft, alloy head, 15mmoffset, diam. 27.2mm, Length 350mm