All-in for 2019, Bianchi has updated their fabled Infinito CV Disc frameset to be disc-only and modernized throughout. With a solid 32mm tire clearance and Countervail technology, the new Infinito CV Disc will be highly-competitive in the endurance bike market.

While details remain thin, we’re getting some specs including a 950 gram frame weight (55cm) to go along with the classic Celeste blue color.

As Bianchi’s first model built with Countervail visco-elastic technology, they’ve learned a thing or two since its introduction in 2014. Looking over the new design, it is a departure from the latest trend of dropped chainstay bikes, which gives it a more classic look.

Some key features of the 2019 Infinito CV:

  • Further optimization of Countervail technology
  • Aero, D-shaped seatpost for compliance and wind-cheating
  • Hidden seatpost clamp in top tube
  • Available Vision Metron 5D integrated cockpit
  • Mechanical and electronic routing
  • Now-standard disc thru axles (12×100 & 12×142) and flat mount brakes
  • 950 gram 55cm frame
  • Available in 7 sizes (47-61cm)
  • MSRP: $TBA

Pricing and availability is TBA, but have a look at the images that are currently available below.

2019 Bianchi Infinito CV Disc

Performance improvements should follow the modern improvements for the 2019 Infinito CV Disc.

2019 Bianchi Infinito CV Disc

The updated Infinito CV Disc will enter a crowded endurance market.

2019 Bianchi Infinito CV Disc

Internal cable routing with purpose-built tube shapes.

2019 Bianchi Infinito CV Disc

12mm thru axle with 32mm tire clearance.

2019 Bianchi Infinito CV Disc

The fork features beautiful, aerodynamic lines and 12mm thru axle.

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