Done: Wilier Cento Uno, 6.01 kgms - 13.25 lbs (new pic p.4)

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Fourthbook
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by Fourthbook

If I remember correctly, it weighed ~88 grams on my digital scale. I think the grooves will fit/accept standard size rails w/no problem, but the Selle Italia rails are the 'over-size' oval shape that also requires the alternate clamp for the Ritchey OEM topper that comes w/Wilier frames...
Wilier Cento1 SR
13.10 lbs (5.95 kgs) w/Enve 3.4-Tune 70/170 & Conti Competitions tubulars
12.53 lbs (5.68 kgs) w/FarSports 24-Extralite & Vittoria CX EVO II tubulars

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by Powerful Pete

Somehow missed this one. Awesome weight.

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Fourthbook
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by Fourthbook

No further changes planned except replacement parts. Not sure about the red bar tape, though. Component changes from one version to the next since the original build list on p. 1 are listed on the captions to the Bike Evolution collage.

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Wilier Cento1 SR
13.10 lbs (5.95 kgs) w/Enve 3.4-Tune 70/170 & Conti Competitions tubulars
12.53 lbs (5.68 kgs) w/FarSports 24-Extralite & Vittoria CX EVO II tubulars

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by kgt

That's evolution!
Now, you are so close to perfection... which means... a full Campagnolo groupset! 8)

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by Monkeyboy3333

black tape and black saddle looks perfection IMO, such a classy build, looks balanced and purposeful. After all, these bikes are built to ride aren't they?!

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by Gany

Really awesome bike, It's nice how you have been able to tweak it until it was both functionally and aesthetically pleasing. What size frame is this? I've ridden an Izoard XP in M and felt a bit stretched out so I was considering the Campy Chorus Cento 1 build on Competitive Cyclist website. Any advice or anectdotes both welcome and appreciated.
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by giant man

The colourway in your main pic looks great. The red bars look absolutely fine imo, balances the colours nicely and without it, too much black imo, and I do echo the comments about all Campagnolo, it's a Wilier after all :wink:

Great frames these Cento Unos, lovely riding all day bikes.

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by bruno2000

I prefer the black tape.
But I would change the crank to a for example Rotor if you don't like the original Shimano crank.

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by TrekUk

thumbs up to this build! there are alot of rubbish builds posted on here be the result looks great on this one.
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by siklis

:evil: italian frame and campag gruppo is like bread and butter :twisted:
Bianchi Infinito CV + campag SR + F6R DT240s 6.66kg
Bianchi Methanol SX 29er + XX1 + ztr crest + hope pro2 9.30kg
Giant TCR Advanced 3 + ultegra 10s + campy shamal ultra 7.40 kg

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