Wilier Mortirolo Road Bike

DESCRIPTION

The monocoque carbon frame is manufactured to our exacting standards with the highest quality materials available.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 09, 2009]
Anonymous
Recreational Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Climbing, sprinting, precision, excellent price. Full carbon for less than $2K.

Weakness:

None.

Mine is a 2009 model. It came with 105s and I upgraded the wheels and saddle. I chose this over a Specialized Tarmac becasue it felt more responsive and was an equally smooth ride.

Similar Products Used:

Tried a Specialized Tarmac, Roubaix and a Cannondale Supersix.

[Oct 18, 2008]
joe
Recreational Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Great climbing bike, comfortable ride, yet stiff enough for good acceleration.

Weakness:

A little heavy at 18.5 lbs (all-in)

The Motirolo is a great climbing bike, which should be obvious, since it gets it's name from one of the toughest climbs in Italy. The frame is all-carbon, but not overly stiff. It's very comfortable to ride over rough roads, yet stiff enough for efficient climbs. Just a few months after I bought it, I completed the Death Ride which has 15,000' of climbing. The Motirolo made it possible. I can compare the Motirolo to my other bikes: a steel-frames Tomassini Sintesi and a carbon-framed Pinarello F3:13. Compared to the Pinarello, the Motirolo is a very comfortable ride, but not as comfortable as the steel Sintesi. The Pinarello is the fastest of the 3 in a straight line

Similar Products Used:

Pinarello F3:13

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