TAKE IT TO THE TOP
Can the same performance of the bicycle that won the 2020 Tour of Lombardy be condensed in a competitively priced ride?
It is in the Wilier 0 SL, the bike that adopts most of the characteristics of the bicycles used by Astana Pro Team members Jakob Fuglsang, Alexey Lutsenko and Miguel Angel Lopez.
It guarantees the lightest weight, greatest steering precision and cleanest lines with fully frame-integrated cables, so that every outing becomes your greatest.
FAMILY FEELING OF THE WILIER 0 SLR
Wilier 0 SL
takes advantage of the SLR version, the bike used by the professional riders of Astana Pro Team and Total Direct Energie. The design is identical to the Wilier 0 SLR but with its own graphics. Moreover, Wilier 0 SL copies the steering qualities (and therefore geometries) of the SLR version.
SEAMLESS CABLE INTEGRATION WITH EASY ASSEMBLY AND MAINTENANCE
All cables (electronic and mechanical) run inside the frame. With the new Stemma SL stem, the bike can be assembled or maintained without having to remove the handlebar.
The spacers between the frame headset and the handlebar are made of a high-stiffness composite material, with a special cavity for the cables. They are composed of two parts for quick assembly and disassembly without interfering with the cables running from the handlebar to the frame.
ASYMMETRY BECOMES THE SOLUTION
The transmission of power to the rear wheel must not be subjected to dispersions that cause a loss of pedalling efficiency. To meet this demand, we created an asymmetrical rear triangle with the seat stay at a slightly sharper angle than the right. This prevents lateral oscillation due to the force exerted by the cyclist on the chain, thereby turning asymmetry into a solution.
Six sizes, one feeling. The sections of the tubes of various sizes were designed to maintain consistent rigidity, handling quality and comfort on every frame size. Specifically, during the design phase we created a different section for the main tubes for each size of bicycle in order to increase the frame's torsional stiffness and stability.