Wheel recommendations for a Wilier Cento 10 air ( Ramato)

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Lafolie
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by Lafolie

Folks - decided to pull the trigger on a Wilier Cento 10 air in the Ramato colourway. Can't decided what wheels to put on it. Any recommendations or thoughts would be much apprecaited.

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Delorre
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by Delorre

Spectacular bike :shock: What's wrong with the stock wheels? Will you go clincher or tubular? What is the intended use? Unless you want something way lighter, I would keep those ;-)

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by Lafolie

Above pic is for reference only. It's not my actual bike. I have just order the frameset and bar.

snowdevlin
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by snowdevlin

Lightweight wheels would suit nicely

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kgt
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by kgt

Such a beautiful frame although I cannot see why the integrated bars are designed that way (pointing upwards that is...).
I would love a full Campagnolo groupset and Boras but with your DA groupset Fulcrum or LWs would be great.

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by Lafolie

cheers guys

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Vintage Campagnolo Shamals. You know the ones.
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by Fiery

kgt wrote:Such a beautiful frame although I cannot see why the integrated bars are designed that way (pointing upwards that is...).

It's a custom combo for Pozzato, matches the position he uses with a standard stem and bar setup. See this one or this one, for example.

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corky
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by corky

I recommend at least 2

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kgt
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by kgt

Fiery wrote:
kgt wrote:Such a beautiful frame although I cannot see why the integrated bars are designed that way (pointing upwards that is...).

It's a custom combo for Pozzato, matches the position he uses with a standard stem and bar setup. See this one or this one, for example.

The fact Pozzato uses this setup does not say much... It just doesn't look right.

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by snowdevlin

corky wrote:I recommend at least 2



:beerchug: :beerchug: :beerchug:

wingguy
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by wingguy

kgt wrote:The fact Pozzato uses this setup does not say much... It just doesn't look right.

It says that it's not the same as the customer version...

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by benzebub

corky wrote:I recommend at least 2


:goodpost:
But I could be wrong

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by glepore

I have a cento uno air, but really want the new frame, just can't justify the cost. The black/orange/blue and the colorway above are stunning.
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Lafolie
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by Lafolie

ok... I have narrowed it down to either

Enve 4.5

Miche SWR 50

Ursus 50

dt swiss arc 1100 48

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