Wilier Triestina Reviews and News


Wilier Triestina limited edition Ramato Cento10AIR


The 110-year-old Italian bicycle manufacturer is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Giro d’Italia with a custom painted edition of their Cento10AIR aero road bike.

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Wilier’s new Cento10AIR cheats the wind


Aerodynamics, low weight, and ride quality were the primary design drivers for the new Wilier Cento10AIR aero road bike.

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Wilier Triestina Zero.6 road bike first look


In celebration of 110 years in the bike building business, Italy’s Wilier Triestina is rolling out the new Zero.6 road bike.

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Round up: 10 of next year’s most intriguing road bikes


The prevailing trend in road bikes? Choice. There is literally something for everyone in the latest crop of new roadsters hitting bike shop floors (and internet showrooms) right now.

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Best of Interbike: The coolest new bike products for 2016


What’s the best thing you saw? It’s the No. 1 question we hear after every trade show. And here is our answer. The following — in our collective opinion — represents the newest, coolest and most interesting stuff our RoadBikeReview crew came across throughout the course of the 2015 Interbike trade show.

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Sea Otter: Wilier Triestina revamps Cento 1 SR race bike


Gone is the integrated seatmast. But aero-enhancing kamm-tail shaping remains on this race ready bike.

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Exotic Foreign Imports: 5 racey new road bikes from Europe


Extensive integration, aero enhancements, ultra light weight, and lots of racing heritage are just of some of the hallmarks.

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First Look: Redesigned Wilier Triestina Zero.7 road bike


Building on the previous Zero.7, the new version is claimed to have improved aerodynamics, increased strength and stiffness, refined design, and advanced manufacturing processes.

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Italy’s Wilier Triestina Launches Aero Road Bike


Add Wilier Triestina to the long list of bike makers offering some variation of an aero road bike. The Italian-based bike maker’s new Cento1 Air model traces much of its lineage to Wilier’s top-tier Twin Blade time trial machine, with its channeled fork design and Kamm-tail frame tube shapes.

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Smart Stop p/b Mountain Khakis To Ride Wilier in 2013


Wilier Triestina announced this week their sponsorship of the Smart Stop presented by Mountain Khakis professional cycling team. The team will ride atop the Zero9 and Cento1 SR road bikes when they race the National Criterium Calendar in 2013. “Partnering with Wilier Triestina, a company that embodies Italian passion for the sport of cycling, a […]

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Featured User Review: Wilier Izoard Road Bike Review


Featured User Review: Wilier Izoard Road Bike Review by bruce.russell63 Price: $1700.00 at Competive Cyclist Overall Rating: 4 of 5 Value Rating: 5 of 5 Bike Setup Full Rival, Mid-range FSA stem, bars, seatpost. Aksiums. Schwalbe Luganos. Total bike weighs in at about seventeen pounds on a quite accurate scale (wife has an eating disorder–nuf […]

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Zero.7 Lightest & Most Efficient Wilier Frame to Date Implementing BB386EVO


Atlanta, GA – Wilier Triestina USA has officially announced new top model Zero.7 featuring BB386EVO, the new bottom bracket system Wilier designed in collaboration with component manufacturer Full Speed Ahead (FSA). The company will formally introduce the Zero.7 via video presentation, which will be available later today on the Wilier YouTube channel: httpv://www.youtube.com/WilierChannel. Wilier emphasized […]

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New Time Trial Machine for Team Lampre ISD


Wilier Triestina TwinFoil Aero Bike to Debut at 94th Giro d’Italia Atlanta, GA – Wilier Triestina USA today announced the release of its new ProTour time trial bike, the TwinFoil, to be ridden by Team Lampre Isd at this year’s Giro d’Italia. The TwinFoil was created to overcome three fundamental challenges in aero bike design: […]

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Sad news: Lino Gastaldello of Wilier


We have some very sad news to share: Lino Gastaldello, who revived the Wilier Triestina brand and has run the company along with his sons over the past three decades, was killed while out riding his bike on Saturday in Italy. We will remember him as an indefatigable and passionate figure in the bicycle industry […]

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Team Lampre on New Wilier Triestina Bikes at Tour de France


World Champion Ballan and Teammates Showcase 2010 Wilier Models Atlanta, GA – Wilier Triestina USA has announced that ProTour Team Lampre is riding two new Wilier production models at the 2009 edition of the Tour de France. Staff members of Team Lampre hosted a number of journalists on-site before the start in Monaco who had […]

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Wilier Triestina USA Announces Cento1 Version Customized for Shimano Di2


Reigning World Champion Cento1 Integrates Award-Winning Electronic Groupset Atlanta, GA – Wilier Triestina USA has announced the special order availability of its reigning World Road Champion model, the Cento1, in a version modified specifically for use with Shimano’s acclaimed electronic drivetrain, Dura-Ace Di2. The Cento1 Di2 frameset boasts the same superlight 46Ton carbon monocoque construction […]

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Wilier Triestina USA Announces Bike Sponsorship of Pro Triathlete Kate Major


Ironman Champ & 3-Time Kona Podium Finisher Major To Ride Wilier Cento Crono in ‘09 Atlanta, GA (April 6, 2009) – Wilier Triestina USA officially announced its sponsorship of Ironman Champion and three-time Ford IM World Championship podium finisher Kate Major following IM 70.3 New Orleans on Sunday. It was there that Major competed for […]

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Wilier Triestina USA & Pro Triathlete Chris McDonald Join Forces In 2009


Italian Bicycle Manufacturer Announces Its Sponsorship of Ironman Champ McDonald Atlanta, GA – Designed by internationally-acclaimed aerodynamics consultant John Cobb for Italian bicycle manufacturer Wilier Triestina, the Cento Crono time trial bike has officially entered the ring of professional multisport racing. One of an arsenal of three top-end bikes utilized by the Lampre European professional […]

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2009 Wilier Triestina Le Roi – Performance is King


Italian Stallion Wilier Triestina’s Le Roi is a thoroughbred. It was created for the ProTour Lampre squad, and built to satisfy Italian passion for speed and competition. Every detail of the Le Roi’s design was dictated by the needs of a professional cycling team – stiffness at the bottom bracket for accelerating and attacking; stability […]

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Northern California 2008 Mount Diablo Hill Climb – This Sunday, June 22


Wells Fargo Racing Team / C4 To Put On Third Annual Individual Uphill Time Trial Walnut Creek, CA – The Wells Fargo Racing Team (aka Contra Costa Cycling Club / C4), today announced that online registration for the third annual Mount Diablo Hill Climb is open at www.sportsbaseonline.com until 5:00pm PDT. The course begins at […]

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Wilier Triestina Izoard: Performance, Reliability, Sex Appeal


Three of the most important characteristics of any Wilier Triestina bicycle are: performance, reliability and sex appeal. The challenge is to achieve those objectives while hitting certain price points. Anyone can make a nice bike that costs a lot of money, and some manufacturers seem to believe that clout or validity are automatically associated with […]

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Wilier Triestina Cento – A Pro Tour Ride, Rich in Unique Features & Performance


In 2006, we celebrated our 100th anniversary with the introduction of our top-end Cento, which we’ve improved each year since, with the implementation of new technologies and manufacturing processes. The Cento’s sleek and flowing lines, contoured and oversized head tube, as well as its high compaction, unidirectional monocoque carbon fiber construction, have created a place […]

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Wilier Triestina Italian bicycles – 102 Years of History


Wilier Triestina was founded as Ciclomeccanica Dal Molin in 1906 by Pietro Dal Molin in Bassano del Grappa, sixty miles from Venice. The town of Bassano, at the foot of the famed Monte Grappa, is today a popular cycling destination. In fact, multiple routes lead to the top of Monte Grappa, and every cyclist you […]

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