Aortic valve reimplantation has been shown to be a safe procedure. However, evidences of durability in bicuspid aortic valves (BAVs) are limited in the literature. Between 2002 and 2011, 132 patients (mean age 61 ± 12 years) underwent aortic valve reimplantation. In 24 patients (18%), aortic valve was bicuspid. Mean follow-up was 50 ± 26 months (range 1-102 months) and was 99% complete. In-hospital mortality was 0.8% (1 patient). Survival at 1 and 5 years was 99 and 94%, respectively. Overall freedom from aortic valve reoperation at 1 and 5 years was 96 and 90%, respectively, without significant difference between patients with bicuspid and tricuspid aortic valve. Freedom from aortic valve regurgitation >2+/4+, excluding patients reoperated, was at 1 and 5 years of 100 and 99%, respectively. Patients with valve cusp repair showed a higher rate of aortic valve reoperation; however, only postoperative aortic regurgitation >2+/4+ was significant risk factor for redo procedure at multivariate analysis. Aortic valve reimplantation in BAV without cusp repair provides excellent mid-term results. Further observations and longer follow-up are necessary to determine if BAV sparing, even in the presence of cusps alterations, could allow satisfying durability.