The anniversary-edition bike uses a new carbon fiber called DIALED, which is produced by Mitsubishi Japan (click to enlarge).
In celebration of 110 years in the bike building business, Italy's Wilier is rolling out the new Zero.6 road bike. The ultra-light racing frame has a claimed weight of just 680 grams. Only 200 will be produced - and you get a prestigious Montegrappa pen with purchase. Check out this video to learn more.
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Eliminating 100 grams from a standard frame was no easy task, especially when that frames weighs less than 800 grams to begin with. Wilier says it was made possible after two years of research, testing and road-trials, which led them to a new carbon fiber called DIALED, which is produced by Mitsubishi Japan. Together with a new production process, they were able to reach their target weight.
The Zero.6 comes with a matt black finish, polished decals and copper, harkening back to the colors of the first Wilier Triestina bikes. In addition, to mark the whole 110th anniversary project, the fork will carry a specially created logo for the commemorative project. The Zero.6 will be offered to the public equipped with top of the range Campagnolo Super Record and Campagnolo Shamal Mille wheels ($10,500), Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and Mavic Ksyrium PRO SL Exalith wheels ($11,500), and SRAM Red eTap and Mavic Ksyrium PRO SL Exalith wheels ($11,500).
Only 200 of these bikes will be produced - and you get a prestigious Montegrappa pen with purchase (click to enlarge).
Those lucky enough to get their hands on one of the 200 Zero.6's will also receive a precious Montegrappa pen, a centenarian brand from Bassano del Grappa, Italy, Montegrappa is one of the most famous and prestigious companies producing absolute jewels for writing. The Miya Carbon pen that comes with the Zero.6 is a special edition created specifically to celebrate Wilier's 110th anniversary.
For more information, complete spec sheets, and to learn more about that fancy pen visit www.wilier.com.