Test Ride A Bianchi Pro Road Bike-Spokesman Cycles

Want to test ride a $4,700 Bianchi road bike that rocketed Lars Boom to a rousing 5th stage victory at this years Le Tour?

Now you can through Spokesman Cycles in one of their 4 locations in NYC.

Here is a press release with details:


Test Ride The Innovative Italian Road Bicycle at Four NYC Bike Shops

New York, NY, August 1, 2014. New York cyclists can test ride an award winning $4700 bicycle this month at all four Spokesman Cycles locations. Riders will get a free, hour-long spin on the Bianchi Infinito CV at Spokesman Cycles’ East Side, Union Square, Atlas Park Mall, and Long Island City bicycle shops. The Italian made road bike features exclusive Countervail technology, developed by an aerospace company to incorporate viscoelastic, vibration canceling properties into the carbon fiber layup process.

Demo bikes will be available in sizes 50-59 cm on the following dates:
August 1-7 at Spokesman Cycles East Side: 313 East 60th Street
August 8-14 at Spokesman Cycles Union Square: 34 Irving Place
August 15-21 at Spokesman Cycles Atlas Park Mall: 8000 Cooper Ave, Glendale, Queens
August 22-28 at Spokesman Cycles Long Island City: 49-04 Vernon Boulevard. L.I.C.

Test rides are free, but customers must have a valid ID and credit card. Walk-ins are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis or email to make a reservation. Customers who test ride the Bianchi Infinito CV will receive coupon good towards $500 off the purchase of the Infinito, as well as discounts on other in stock bicycles. More details are available here.

The Infinito was designed for the rider who wants to mix it up on Saturday’s fast tempo group ride yet still remain comfortable logging a century on Sunday. It recently made headlines as the bicycle that propelled Lars Boom to victory in the dramatic 5th stage of this years Tour de France on a course noteworthy for its cobblestones and rainy conditions. More information about the bike is available at

Spokesman Cycles is a family owned and operated chain of bicycle stores with four New York City locations. The stores are all full service bicycle shops offering sales, service, repair and rentals. It was founded in 2004.

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