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Bianchi Blasts into 2023 with Nico Rosberg & New Colorways for e-Omnia

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Bianchi’s e-Omnia family has a new look.

Brand ambassador and Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg helped the company roll out fresh colorways for its line of eBikes. The new colors include Iron Gray, Brown-Bronze, and Bianchi Celeste.

“Bianchi Celeste is my favorite because it reminds me of the color of my helmet the year of my Formula 1 title,” the driver said. “Gray combined with anthracite speaks to me of technology and dynamism, while Brown-Bronze expresses a sense of calm and elegance.”

With his professional racing days behind him, Rosberg’s attention now rests on sustainability initiatives, so a partnership with a company that makes eBikes seems like a good fit.

“We have to change the way we move, the way we live,” he said. “I believe in a greener world of e-mobility, and that eBikes are part of the solution. That’s why I choose Bianchi e-Omnia.”

The e-Omnia T-Type in Brown-Bronze and Iron Gray.

Bianchi e-Omnia Colorways: Details

I’m partial to Brown-Bronze myself, especially in the T-Type, which is dialed in as more of a day-touring bike. The T-Type is available in a step-through or standard frame and has a range of up to 121 miles with the dual battery option. According to Bianchi, it can handle anything from smooth asphalt to gravel. It has an MRSP starting at $4,550.

The C-Type, by contrast, features a step-through frame and a range more suited for city riding — about 88 miles with the dual battery option. Its MSRP starts at $4,2000. As promised, it looks slick in Celeste.

Both models have front suspension, an onboard front and rear lighting system, and a beefy rear rack integrated into the frame. Throw on panniers, a child seat, or anything else you can strap on there.

Bianchi’s new e-Omnia colorways are available for order now, and ship in spring 2023.


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Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
2 days ago

Is that Nico Rosberg 2016 Formula One World Champion who beat 7 Time Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton in the same machinery?

20 hours ago
Reply to  Fake Namerton

Don’t forget he beat 7 Time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher in the same machinery.

(Yet only managed one World Championship in the most dominant car ever.)

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