Bianchi Infinito CV

Bianchi Infinito CV bike designed in Italy using the most advanced technology
the Bianchi frame optimization process is a full set of factors. These key elements work together to create a product that fits the project requirements. Bianchi classifies factors in three macro areas: structural stiffness, material technology and performance tuning. The first includes every procedure to improve torsional stiffness enhancing efficiency without adding weight. Material research considers screening, evaluation and application of every technology that improve composite materials qualities. Last area includes every solution that tunes bike and user performance. For example, it consists of shock and impact resistant technologies that increase compliance and energy saving without stiffness reduction.
Countervail® Vibration Cancelling Composite Technology
BIANCHI’S INVENTION TO CANCEL VIBRATION
 
Bianchi collaborated with Materials Sciences Corporation to develop our innovative and exclusive application of the patented Countervail® integrated vibration cancelling system for cycling. Scientific studies prove that long term exposure to vibration, typically absorbed by the rider, causes muscle fatigue and discomfort, resulting in reduced performance.
INTEGRATED SYSTEM PROVEN IN NASA AEROSPACE OPERATIONS
Traditional passive damping of the frame using superficial rubber inserts and isolators are only marginally effective compared to the integrated carbon Countervail® system developed by Bianchi and proven in the extreme conditions of NASA aerospace operations.With its patented carbon fiber architecture and viscoelastic material, Countervail® carbon material, embedded within our unique Infinito CV and Aquila CV carbon lay-up, immediately cancels vibration while increasing the stiffness and strength of the entire frame.
ADVANTAGES
• 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 distance


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