• Mark

    Love it, love it, LOVE it!

    • older1

      At first glance, I was wondering if David’s Bianchi was another iteration of your top-drawer Shogun, Mark!
      What a super-nice and versatile OTS Bianchi, though!
      Thanks, David, by the way, for showing the rest of us OTSG bottom-feeders what life can be like at the azure-tinted surface where the bright sunlight glints across the foaming shoreline! I can close my eyes and almost feel the gentle ocean breeze, too!
      Okay, Cameron, now we’re ready for more helpings of Huffy Hot Dogs and Murray Macaroni!

  • Brett

    She’s a beauty

  • http://hughsbicycle.blogspot.com Hugh

    Absolutely Beautiful, A true Classic.

  • Ryan

    To continue Cameron’s theme that is one sumptuous Italian feast! WOW what an absolute beauty. I just found an old Italian 10 speed Atala Giro D’ Italia (not yet OTSG submitted) an have had fun bombing around on it in its current crappy state but it doesn’t hold a match, let alone candle to the Super Leggera – even the name is cool! Although you could easily change it to Superb Leggera.


  • http://trailerparkcyclist.blogspot.com Tim Joe Comstock

    I don’t know what I should pay my respects to first: that Wildly Elegant Bicycle or David K’s Uptown Prose Style. Honestly, Dave, I think this bicycle has found a deserving home. If not, I’m taking donations.

    By the way, what is indexed shifting?

    • older1

      Everyone knows ‘Index Shift’ is what happens when the Dow outperforms the Nasdaq and/or S&P on any given day.
      A global index shift involves domestic and foriegn markets.
      By the way, I’ve also learned a ‘lugged frame’ is what happens when I dismount and carry, rather than ride, my two-chainring OTS up a steep incline, and a commonly-used ‘seat post’ would read “WET PAINT” or “RESERVED”.

  • Estamatakos55

    I know this is an older post but I have to ask: is this on Stanford’s campus? The wall and the tiling look familiar. I’m asking because I have the exact same bike on campus.