Bianchi Bikes

Bianchi bicycles are true legends of the road bike world – established in 1885 in Via Nirone in Milan, they are the world’s oldest bike brand. Bianchi has been at the forefront of bike technology for over a century, and it shows – their class, level of finish and attention details oozes out of every frame. In recent years Bianchi has been at the very top of their game and delivered some of the most innovative and stylish bikes on the market. Building on a heritage of race winning legends, such as Coppi, Pantani, Gimondi and 15 Grand Tour wins, the current range boasts top level thoroughbred race machines, specialized long distance racing/sportive bikes as well as track and time trial bikes.

Below is just a sample of some of the great bikes Wheelies carries by Bianchi. Stop in today to see our full selection and give them a test ride!


Bianchi’s Cortina is one of our most popular hybrids. It is great for getting around town and campus, for doing errands or just having a great time outdoors. It has a comfortable riding position thanks to the up-right handlebars, light aluminum frame, easy-rolling wheels and comfortable seat. Plus, with a wide range of gearing, powerful brakes and a natural riding position, the Cortina is perfect for every adventure.


The Camaleonte is Bianchi’s classic flat barred street bike. Manfactured from triple butted 7000 aluminium, with hydroforming for smooth tube shapes, the Camaleonte is rugged enough to take the worst that city streets can throw at it, while remaining light, fast and, above all, fun to ride – ideal for weekend trips into the country as well as every day commuting.


The beautiful classically styled Bianchi Zurigo is part of Bianchi’s D2 special products range, which is designed to meet the needs of specialist disciplines such as cyclo cross, time trials and track racing. The Zurigo is a competition ready cross bike, but it also comes equipped with mudguard and rack bosses, making it a truly versatile bike that is ideal for winter training, light touring and commuting use when fitted with a pair of road tires.


The Sempre has a full carbon frame and is designed to appeal to both road racers and fast sportive riders alike. In order to achieve this the Sempre adopts a racey geometry, but not one that is overly extreme – more like the classic road racing machines of the mid eighties than the cut down and stretched out frames of the late nineties. This delivers sharp and stable handling, while keeping things tight for excellent power transfer on stiff climbs or in finish line sprints.