The Wilier club

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by dolophonic

Saw a sweet Hi Viz orange Wilier last week.. no pics but it was HOT !

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by Powerful Pete

@kgt, why the Fulcrum cranks? Awesome bike, by the way...
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
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And you can call me Macktastik Honey Pete Kicks, thank you.

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by kgt

Because I wanted a top ultratorque crankset (CentoUno has integrated UT BB cups) that would be compatible with my 10speed record group. I could get a 2009 record crankset but the Fulcrum has better chainrings and CULT bearings. The price was great as well (around 350 euros).

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by shinobiph

picked up this week... 2013 cento1sr


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by michel2

jmilliron wrote:Here is my Cento1 SR w/ training wheels.


I wanne roll where you roll ! (; that is some stunning country !!

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by Monkeyboy3333

Can I join now? Picked up today, more pics over at Gallery. Yet to ride it as need to dial in and fit pedals. Over the moon.

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by mamex

Hey lads,

calling a Wilier (Mortirolo) my own since 2009 thought I give it a post here ... Did the Transalp with it and was always a reliable partner, even downhill at 60mph ... Nonethless got irrational this year - see the 2nd and 3rd pic ...

Looking forward to your comments and critics ...

Mortirolo: ... 01/photo/1

Cento1: ... 76/photo/1 and ... 72/photo/1

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by Monkeyboy3333

Im not sure what cages to go with that will match my GT , any recommendations?

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by valant


This was my last racing bike... I have great memories on this Cento1, shame I had to give it back at the end of the '11 season :|

with race wheels; this was the last time I ever saw it in fact... Great bike!
Keep the wind at your back and the sun on your face!

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by sawyer

Very nice kgt!

Just the spacers and Ventoux hoops detract for me if I'm brutally honest.
Stiff, Light, Aero - Pick Three!! :thumbup:

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by Wederkinck

My Wilier:

Frame & Fork: Le Roi 2009 (The last year of production of this model)
Group: Campagnolo Chorus 10 spd (Campag Record Shifters/Levers, FSA front derailleur)
Ritchey WCS stem
Ritchey WCS seatpost
Ritchey Superlogic II WCS handlebar
Ritchey Echelon WCS pedals
Prologo Scratch Pro saddle
Deda bartape
Yoeleo 50 mm UD Superlight Carbon Clincher (Direct buy from China)
Continental GP 4000s tires


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by jpaschal01

Monkeyboy333 - how about these

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by Cni2i

Wilier makes beautiful bikes.

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by irongatsby

Nice the 3T bits and the saddle. Why not a 3T setback seatpost?

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by Monkeyboy3333

jpaschal01 - yep Mandibles are the way to go aren't they ( but defo not the cheapest..)

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