Bianchi at the Tour de France with the Oltre RC Limited Edition
Team Arkéa-Samsic riders will participate in the team presentation in Bilbao with the Oltre RC Tour de France Limited Edition and then ride it in the race during the final iconic stage on the Champs Élysées. The Oltre RC – the official bike of the Tour de France – will be on display at all TDF start villages.
Bianchi’s Oltre RC – Tour de France Limited Edition is the official bike of the 2023 Grande Boucle, which starts on Saturday, July 1, from Bilbao, Spain, and ends on July 23 on the iconic Champs Élysées in Paris. The fusion of two authentic and cherished brands in cycling has produced a special edition bike in only 176 models – equal to the number of athletes who will participate in the 2023 edition of the Tour de France.
At the team presentation on Thursday, June 29, at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Oltre RC Tour de France Limited Edition will take the stage with athletes from the WolrldTour Arkéa-Samsic team.
Winner of two of the world’s most important design awards: the Red Dot and iF Design Awards, the special edition Oltre RC will also be displayed in the Tour de France starting villages, where it will give many race fans the chance to admire it up close at a world premiere.
For cycling fans everywhere, the Tour de France will be an extraordinary opportunity to admire an exclusive bicycle that’s on sale in a limited edition at www.bianchi.com, along with an exclusive accompanying box that includes the official yellow jersey.
Designed for professionals and demanding cyclists alike, the new Oltre RC with “Tour de France limited edition” inscription will also make its race debut during the final stage in Paris. Bianchi has produced eight additional special models intended for the eight professionals racing in the Tour for Team Arkéa-Samsic. The eight models, equipped with original TDF race number and autographed at the end of the Paris stage by each athlete, will be available for purchase.
Supported by Bianchi, Team Arkéa-Samsic aims to go on the attack at the Tour de France in pursuit of stage wins at the world’s most important bike race. Leading the French team will be veteran racer, Warren Barguil, former polka-dot jersey winner for the best climber and winner of two points races at the Tour. Along with him, Clement Champoussin and Italian racer, Luca Mozzato, will also try to go on the hunt for stage wins. The Team Arkéa-Samsic roster is completed by Simon Guglielmi, Laurent Pichon, Anthony Delaplace, Matias Louvel, and Jenthe Biermans.