Our Bianchi Bike Fleet

Grand Tours Project is proud to present our 2018 rental bike fleet in partnership with the world's oldest and most prestigious bike brand - Bianchi. Our official bike: the Bianchi Infinito CV Disc, with Ultegra Di2 electronic components, disc brakes, and Countervail® vibration-cancellation technology.

Whether you're riding every kilometre of a Grand Tour, ascending Switzerland's epic mountain passes, or enjoying a relaxing time in Piemonte and Liguria for an end of season Getaway, the Bianchi Infinito CV Disc will make your trip unforgettable. Save yourself the hassle and costs of packing, transporting and unpacking your bike and take this opportunity to try out a high-end carbon bike with electronic shifting, disc brakes, and proprietary Countervail® vibration-cancellation technology that will make your ride the most comfortable you have ever had.

We have worked closely with the experts at Bianchi to select the best possible bike for our guests. And there is simply no better bike for the type of rides we do than the Bianchi Infinito CV Disc ... the "Official Bike" of Grand Tours Project.

This is a pro-level bike ... Bianchi supplies this Infinito CV bike to the Team LottoNL-Jumbo professional team, used especially for the Classics where the roads are often uneven.

The safety of our guests is our first priority, and this is why we've decided to have disc brakes on all our bikes. If you're not quite ready to invest in a new bike with disc brakes, this is your opportunity to test the difference they make as you descend the big mountain passes in the Alps, Dolomites, Pyrenees or our other favourite tour destinations. And when it's wet, you will find that the fear of riding on slippery roads becomes a thing of the past.

The Ultegra Di2 electronic shifters allow for a smooth, reliable and fast gear change as you commence the ascent of Zoncolan or Alpe d'Huez ... or as you start the final sprint to the finish line in Rome, Paris or Madrid, with your friends in tow.

The compact gearing (34x30T) that we have on all our bikes will allow you to ascend the great mountain passes as easily as possible.

And then there's the Bianchi Infinito CV carbon frame! This bike has been designed to create the most comfortable riding experience possible, and for us at Grand Tours Project the comfort of our guests is nearly as important as their safety. The Infinito CV has been engineered to provide maximum comfort, and this is achieved using Bianchi's proprietary vibration-cancellation Countervail® (CV) technology. The CV technology is a viscoelastic material that is embedded within the layers of carbon fibre, significantly reducing high frequency road vibrations. Long distances and rough roads (maybe a few cobbles!) can be covered in relative comfort with this new

And on top of these functional advantages of the Bianchi Infinito CV disc, the bike is eye-catching and appealing ... consistent with the heritage, innovation and Italian design flair of Bianchi. And then there is the beautiful and famous Bianchi celeste colour, unmistakable to all cyclists.

Take this opportunity to try out the legendary Bianchi Infinito CV Disc on one of our trips and we promise you will not miss your bike at home!


You can enjoy the experience of riding on one of our Bianchi Infinito CV Disc bikes by joining us on one of our tours.

Alternatively, you can rent the bike for a day or more when you come riding in Switzerland.

For booking and pricing please refer to the tour page or contact us directly.


The sizing of the bike for your body is important. If you decide to make a booking, we will be in touch with you directly to determine the optimal frame size for you.



This high-perforance endurance bike has been praised globally by the experts and professionals:

- "The best bike I ever rode!" (Juan Antonio Flecha from Pro-Tour Team Vacansoleil after riding the cobblestone classic Paris-Roubaix)

- "Bike of the Year" (Road.cc website)

- "The Ultimate Granfondo Bike" (US Men's Journal)

- "Best Endurance Bike" (as voted by readers of the Italian website BDC-Mag)

- "[It] looks like a top-end road rocket, and it is, with ample responsiveness, handling and raw speed ... it’s just blisteringly fast, and very smooth" (Bike Radar)

- "For all its claims of offering a supremely comfortable ride ..., Bianchi failed to mention the bike’s ability to slap a massive grin on your face" (Cyclist magazine)

- "... a bike that almost anybody can ride all day long in comfort and in the style that only a bike brand with a 129-year history can create" (Road Bike Action magazine).