Bianchi Infinito 105 (2013)
The Infinito is a high-end race bike from Bianchi. Brand new, 2013 Ultegra Infinto CVs are $4600, but this year old model is 105 equipped and a fraction of the cost.
At 2013 Paris-Roubaix, a Bianchi Infinito was ridden to 7th place by Juan Antonio Flecha. Granted, Flecha rode a Dura-Ace model that is a year newer/fancier, but the Infinito is a serious carbon race bike for under $2000. The Infinito is a Gran Fondo-style, Roubaix-style meaning it is more comfortable, less aggressive road bike for long stages, long races and more comfortable long rides for us older riders.
A common bike industry strategy is to hang comparatively cheaper components on an expensive frame. In this instance, you have a full carbon frame and fork that is very upgradeable. For example, serious riders will eventually upgrade the wheels and tires. The 2012 Infinito is sorta between the current high-end Infinitos and the mid-range Intensos - so, this is a mid-high-end. I trust that cleared up your questions.
We have a great relationship with Bianchi and they have learned that Coco's is the place to unload last year's models. The average age of a Coco's staff bike is well over ten years, so we are big advocates of buy GREAT bikes that are a few years old. Coco's negotiated a killer price which we are passing along. We were able to get two at this price - a 57 and a 59.
Not internet-buy-able, not shippable. Must be picked up at Coco's, fully assembled and tested.
Full specs at Bikepedia