Wilier Zero SLR 2020 first-ride review: integrated, but not aero

Wilier Zero SLR 2020 bike

Italian brands evoke a sense of history, sometimes at the expense of jumping on the latest trends. But Wilier’s new Zero SLR mixes that trope up. The new bike ticks all the boxes, throwing in all the tech riders want from a bike now: fully integrated cable routing from the bars onwards, disc brakes, and … The post Wilier Zero SLR 2020 first-ride review: integrated, but not aero appeared first on CyclingTips .

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