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Storck Scenero G3 Road Bike Frameset - 2015
The Scenero G3 Road Bike Frameset is the latest generation of the venerable Scenero line, and we're happy to report that Storck saw little reason to tamper with the award-winning formula. Of the minor changes the German firm did make, the redesigned head tube is likely the most dramatic. The head...
Wilier Cento1 Air Road Bike Frameset - 2016
We've long since entered the age of the aero road bike, which makes Wilier's timing perfect in introducing the Cento1 Air Road Bike Frame. Think of it as the next evolution in the Cento1 series, or more specifically, the progression of the Cento1 SR. As you may already know, the SR was the first...
Wilier Cento1 SR Road Bike Frameset - 2015
Retail Price: $3499.00buy now
Our Price: $2798.99
Our Price: $2798.99
The Wilier Cento1 Frameset has been around for a few years now, and, until the SR, it has remained virtually unchanged. That's because it was such an incredible, well-balanced frameset to begin with. The recipe was simple--a tight wheelbase and a comfortable, tapered head tube. The design...
Wilier Cento1SR Road Bike Frameset - 2016
Whether in the liberal arts, culinary or oenophilic pursuits, or the storied history of cycling, few countries have made such contributions to the West's romantic passions as Italy. Since 1906, the Italian manufacturer Wilier has also brought that romantic touch to the art of frameset design,...
Wilier Twin Blade Road Frameset - 2016
Price: $6499.00buy now
Gone are the days when slimmer and smaller meant more aerodynamic. The industry's evolving understanding of drag has seen a corresponding evolution in thinking about how to address it. This new understanding is perhaps best embodied by the Wilier Twin Blade Road Frameset. Instead of dealing with...
Wilier Zero.7 Road Frameset - 2016
Price: $4999.00buy now
Wilier uses a 60-ton carbon fiber in the 2016 Zero. 7's construction. And while it's nothing new for the bike industry to use higher modulus carbon to reduce weight and spike the strength ratio, the actual comfort factor drops significantly. High modulus carbon doesn't absorb as much road...