The Bianchi 2011 Pista Sei Giorni is a tribute to the 6 day track races, which lasts 24 hours a day, and the winning team is that who completes the most laps. Pista Sei Giorni translates to Track Six Days.
Now, the 2011 Bianchi Pista Sei Giorni fixed features a aluminum frame and fork, 48t crank, 16t fixed cog (with a single speed flip flop), drop track handlebars, and a front brake (although not shown in the picture). A dominate white paint job, plus red hints are sure to turn a few heads.
Bianchi will introduce a few new fixed gear bikes for 2011 (some have released in previous years, just new colors added). One model we take a look at is the Pista Dalmine.
Not information is known on the 2011 Bianchi Pista Dalmine, although it comes with flat bars, aluminum frame and fork (mix of aluminum and carbon), 48t crank, and SRAM Torpedo fixed and freewheel hub. We must admit, the colorway of white and aqua blue is very appealing. via