We'll list out all of the Bianchi Sempre's technology bits, the standards it uses, and the marketing speak that goes along with those lists, but it doesn't get to the heart of the matter. This is an Italian racing bicycle. And, while you can get one with no celeste, it seems it'd be a shame to pass on a celeste Italian racing bicycle. The Sempre, like all Bianchis, is built for the ride, and not for the data or the machines. It's a bike that feels just right underneath you, and a bike that seems to react to your inputs before you've actually made them. You could point to the thin seatstays and ascribe to them the compliant ride, but, again, it'd be a miss. The Sempre's cables all route internally, to better preserve the aesthetic, and also to hide them from the wind. The straight blade fork finishes with a tapered steerer tube, and the bottom bracket standard is the PressFit 30. Buried within the monocoque carbon fiber frame are Carbon NanoTubes, which are micro particles in the resin that make the carbon layup stronger and more fracture resistant.