Bearing the Italian slang for a racing bike back in the 1950s, the Specialissima was one of Bianchi's top road-racing options from the 1960s to the 1980s. The line is making a comeback with these all-new, ultra-light machines. Bianchi claims its new Countervail material woven into the carbon fiber helps dampen the road vibrations that plague other featherweight bikes, while increasing stiffness and control. Customers can choose between mechanical or electronic Shimano Dura-Ace or Camapagnolo Super Record groupsets. Expect to pay $4,000 for the frame and more than $8,000 for the complete bike.