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ianchi developed the customized Infinito CV for Team LottoNL-Jumbo's Sep Vanmarcke to lead another charge to the cobbled Classics in Northern Europe.
The unique bike Sep Vanmarcke rode during the Tour of Flanders will also be his secret weapon during Paris-Roubaix.
A very special bike for very special races: Bianchi developed the customized Infinito CV for Team LottoNL-Jumbo's Sep Vanmarcke to lead another charge to the cobbled Classics in Northern Europe. The twenty-six-year-old Paris-Roubaix podium finisher (2013) will ride his special Infinito CV at next Sunday during Paris-Roubaix.
Vanmarcke's Infinito CV features an innovative paint job realized with a special technique. The entire carbon frame comes in the iconic Celeste Bianchi color with top tube, head tube and down tube featuring a worn out and aggressive look, revealing a brushed metal effect. Bianchi also included in the head tube area Sep Vanmarcke’s personal logo, while the top tube says “Less Fatigue, More Control”, referring to the unparalleled advantages of Countervail vibration cancelling technology when riding on the cobbles.
THE INVENTION: WHAT IS COUNTERVAIL TECHNOLOGY
Bianchi collaborated with Materials Sciences Corporation to develop the innovative and exclusive application of the patented Countervail® integrated vibration canceling system for cycling. With its special carbon fiber architecture and viscoelastic material, Countervail® carbon material, embedded within the unique Infinito CV carbon layup, immediately cancels vibration while increasing the stiffness and strength of the entire frame. Countervail cancels up to 80% of the road vibration making the Infinito CV the best bike to ride on rough surfaces and cobbles.
• Maximized ride control and handling under normal to extreme vibration loads
• Reduced muscle fatigue and increased energy savings in distance rides; increased rigidity and peak power output over long distances.