Wilier Launches Zero Slr

Wilier have launched the new Zero SLR frameset

Italian frame manufacturer Wilier has added a new, disc brake-only, highly integrated climbing bike, which will be used by Team Total Direct Energie at next month’s Tour de France . Wilier says the bike is the result of years of research and experimentation at the brand’s Innovation Lab and sees a completely redesigned frame and bigger sibling to the Wilier Zero.7 and Zero.6 Unlimited framesets and uses a brand new carbon layup and technologies. Alongside the disc brake-specific design, Wilier have made the frame optimised for electronic gearing, claimed aerodynamics, internal cable routing and a brand new, integrated and proprietary cockpit system. The new Wilier Zero SLR fork has a claimed weight of 340g in the matte black colourway and features an asymmetric design to cope with the forces produced from a disc brake setup. Wilier also increased the distance between the fork blades and the wheel, with the wider ...

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