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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:01 am 
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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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Finally! new wheels... with corima brake pads, of course!
also changed the saddle, pedals and bar tape.
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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 5:23 am 
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danbjpa -- that's a hot build. I still can't get over why anyone would pick a zero 7 over the Cento Uno SL. Purely from an engineering perspective the Cento Uno should be fairly close in weight, if the same fibers and layup technology is used (the ISP adds a little weight but you save on the post so it's a wash).

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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 11:12 am 
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I would remove the wheel decals and this italian flag tape. You also need better tires asap (Vittoria,Veloflex). You already loose like 20% of the riding pleasure with these contis. It's true that zero7 is a much lighter frame but I also prefer the cento1 looks. :thumbup:

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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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Here's my Izoard. Nothing too fancy, but it did win a few races this summer.

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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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Thought I'd share a recent addition to my family. A Wilier Cento Uno SLR bought 2nd hand off the Lampre team when they were at the Tour Down Under. its actually Danilio Hondo's old bike. i love it but it seems that Hondo is not only 1cm shorther than me but 100 hundred times more flexible and so I may have to sell it, or at least get new un cut forks.


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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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I dont like those red spoked wheels, but they look good on your bike! Bike looks great!

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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2012 4:09 pm 
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That was around 16.5 lbs. Those zipp aluminum wheels are heavy and have moved permanently to my TT bike.

I've since turned that izoard into a training bike and it's just an awesome bike. I was talking to a Wilier rep after a race and he noted that they specifically changed the izoard when they added the xp, so they wouldn't compete with their top end race bikes as much.


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 Post subject: The Wilier club
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Here is my Cento Uno hope to get more and better pictures soon...

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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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hoggy wrote:
Thought I'd share a recent addition to my family. A Wilier Cento Uno SLR bought 2nd hand off the Lampre team when they were at the Tour Down Under. its actually Danilio Hondo's old bike. i love it but it seems that Hondo is not only 1cm shorther than me but 100 hundred times more flexible and so I may have to sell it, or at least get new un cut forks.


Sell it.
You will need a tower of spacers to have the same bar height as in your avatar picture.


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 Post subject: The Wilier club
PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2012 7:48 pm 
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LeRoi wrote:
Hi guys, i would like to join! :)

Wilie Le Roi, Campagnolo Super Record, Miche SWR Full Carbon, Deda, Fizik, Look, Ritchey seatpost (to be replaced with a deda)

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beautiful bike, what size is it?


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 Post subject: The Wilier club
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hoggy wrote:
Thought I'd share a recent addition to my family. A Wilier Cento Uno SLR bought 2nd hand off the Lampre team when they were at the Tour Down Under. its actually Danilio Hondo's old bike. i love it but it seems that Hondo is not only 1cm shorther than me but 100 hundred times more flexible and so I may have to sell it, or at least get new un cut forks.

can't you sell this fork and buy another one?


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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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My Cento Uno with low profile wheels (actually the wheels from my master x-light).
I am thinking of buying low profile carbon tubulars after selling my Corima aero+. Something like fulcrum racing light maybe? I don't know yet if low-profile is the best choise for my 82kg.

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 Post subject: The Wilier club
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My Cento Uno with low profile wheels (actually the wheels from my master x-light).
I am thinking of buying low profile carbon tubulars after selling my Corima aero+. Something like fulcrum racing light maybe? I don't know yet if low-profile is the best choise for my 82kg.

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 Post subject: Re: The Wilier club
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hoggy wrote:
Thought I'd share a recent addition to my family. A Wilier Cento Uno SLR bought 2nd hand off the Lampre team when they were at the Tour Down Under. its actually Danilio Hondo's old bike. i love it but it seems that Hondo is not only 1cm shorther than me but 100 hundred times more flexible and so I may have to sell it, or at least get new un cut forks.


Sounds to me like you should suck it up and get to stretching....... :smartass: :thumbup:

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