Wilier Cento Uno - 6,69kg

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by Doyler

These pics will do for now until I get better ones. They really show up all the flaws. Bike needs to be tidied up a bit. I'll do it tomorrow, maybe. I really dislike the red part on the bars. Wish I hadn't bought them now. Apart from that I love it. A joy to ride.


Final weight: 6.69 Kg (14.75lb)
Frame: Wilier Cento Uno (XL)
Fork: Wilier
Hanger: Stock
Headset: Ritchey
Seatpost: ISP
Seat topper: Ritchey
Seat: Specialized S-works BG Toupe Carbon (143mm)
Stem: KALLOY UNO AL 7050 3D (120g claimed)
Stem cap: 3T
Spacers: unknown
Bar: 3T ErgoNova Team (44cm)
Bartape: Gist
Bar plugs: Fizik
Bottle cages: Smud Carbon
Outer/Inner Cables: Campagnolo 11 Sp Stock
Brakes: KCNC C7
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 11Sp
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 11Sp
Crankset: Fulcrum R-Torq Carbon RRS
Chainrings: Campagnolo Super Record 11 Sp Standard
Chain: Campagnolo Chorus 11 Sp
Chainring bolts: 4 are KCNC, 1 is whatever came with the cranks
Shifters: Campagnolo Super Record 11 Sp
Cassette: Campagnolo Chorus 12/23 11 Sp
Wheelset: FSA RD888 KForce
Skewers: KCNC 7075AL (42g claimed)
Tires: Continental Sprinter Tubular
Pedals: Look KEO Blade Carbon Pedals - Black - CroMoSpindle - 16Nm
Tub tape: Velox Tubular Tape



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by mellowJohnny

Gorgeous - absolutely love it.

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by carbon2329


Great build.

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by Doyler

Thanks guys, one thing I forgot to mention...

Chain catcher: Rotor

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by vdrey


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very nice… I agree with you, too much red on the HB.

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by astranoc

I think the red color is above the clear coat, so with a bit of acetone you can probably remove it. It's a great looking bike.

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by nestornnk

Very nice build.
If the red on the handelbars was a bit more discreet will be perfect..
Enjoy it...

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