Sub 12 lb Wilier Zero.6 (5.39 kg)

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coresare
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Final weight: 5.39 kg / 11 lb 14 oz

Wilier Zero.6 size 52 (Small) Limited Edition

Berk Dila 140mm custom painted with round rails
Darimo T1 Loop seatpost 27.2mm diameter / 300mm length
Tune Werger Skyline seatpost clamp

3T Superergo LTD Stealth 40 cm
Lizard Skin DSP 1.8
Extralite Hyperstem Stealth -12 degree / 110 mm
Extralite CH-01 computer mount
Extralite Ultra Spacer
Extralite Ultrastar compression plug
Carbon-Ti headset cap

Shimano Dura 9150 Di2 groupset except brakes and crank. 11-30 cassette
eeBrakes with Corima cork pads
THM Clavicula SE 170 mm cranks with Praxis Works compact chainrings and Rotor chainring bolts
KMC DLC11 chain
Speedplay Zero Titanium pedals with J&L titanium bowties

FSA SL headset bearings
Kogel Ceramic BB

Corima MCC S+ 47mm Tubulars
Vittoria Corsa CX III Tubular tires
Effetto Mariposa Carogna Tubular Tape
Tune DC Skewers
Tune Wassertrager Cages

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by Kumppa

Gorgeous. Good job!

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by kgt

Awesome!

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by burglarboycie

Wow! That’s a great build.

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by Klaster_1

Nice photos and build, enjoy riding it.

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by Nozes

Oh my. :unbelievable:

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by dgasmd

Ok, so I’ll say it out loud: I’m hard for sure!!

Seems like a very solid choice of components and parts all around. Yet, very lightweight for sure! Maybe it is the angle, but it seems like the front end of the rear brake line is a bit too long

Did you do the paint color matching on the saddle, wheels, and frame yourself??

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by mdeth1313

Awesome. The key to going sub-12 and keeping it rideable (durable) is always going to be tubular wheels.

FWIW - my first zero.6 frame cracked after a couple of weeks. Wilier was great about getting a new one out (drop shipped instead of having to go through the dealer) and that frame has been trouble free for thousands of miles.
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by eric01

Really nice. The copper accents add some understated flair. Solid choices on the components too
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coresare
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by coresare

dgasmd wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 12:10 pm
Ok, so I’ll say it out loud: I’m hard for sure!!

Seems like a very solid choice of components and parts all around. Yet, very lightweight for sure! Maybe it is the angle, but it seems like the front end of the rear brake line is a bit too long

Did you do the paint color matching on the saddle, wheels, and frame yourself??
Thanks! That's the natural angle the cable exits the frame. When you squeeze the brake I think any shorter would be a little too tight. It does look long though at first glance. No the bike came with those copper accents. I had Berk color match the bridge of the saddle. Twohubs (bike shop) made the decals for the wheels.

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Did you take those photos or did Twohubs? They are amazing photos. Your bike is beautiful and it shows that there was quite a bit of planning and parts selection for your build. Even down to the matching copper colored brake cable crimps. Great job!
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Absolutely precious road bike, I like because it's made thinking performance first.
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coresare
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by coresare

godzuki26 wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:05 pm
Did you take those photos or did Twohubs? They are amazing photos. Your bike is beautiful and it shows that there was quite a bit of planning and parts selection for your build. Even down to the matching copper colored brake cable crimps. Great job!
Hi and thank you! I took the photos in my garage. I only have a white backdrop. I would have preferred black. I was thinking for a while on some photo locations, but it's just a lot of work to haul all the strobes and gear. I might still get around to taking some outside location shots..

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by KCookie

Stunning bike, stunning photos, congrats on an awesome build.

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by DartanianX

Any benefits of using the braided wrap over heat shrink?


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