Wilier Triestina

0 SLR Frameset

SRP £4,740

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At a glance

At a glance

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.

The Wilier 0 SLR comes with a new type of carbon monocoque seatpost, specially designed for this bike. Its slender shape resembles the truncated dovetail profiles of our aerodynamic Cento10PRO and Cento10NDR models. It's available in two geometries, one with a 0 mm setback and the other with a 15 mm setback, both of which are compatible with the Ritchey 1-Bolt seatpost clamp. The seatpost is attached to the frame with an expander positioned inside the horizontal tube for ultimate aesthetics and aerodynamics.

Transmission of power needs to be as efficient as possible, so as not to lose pedalling efficiency. To meet this demand, we created an asymmetrical rear triangle with the left seat stay at a slightly sharper angle than the right. This prevents lateral movement due to the force exerted by the cyclist on the chain.

Key Features

All Components

  • This is a frameset kit only.
  • Frame: 0 SLR - CARBON MONOCOQUE HUS MOD + CRYSTAL LIQUID POLYMER
  • Fork: 0 SLR - CARBON MONOCOQUE HUS MOD + CRYSTAL LIQUID POLYMER
  • Handlebar: 0 INTEGRATED CARBON BAR
  • Headset: FSA CUSTOM BEARINGS
  • Seatmast: 0 SLR CARBON WILIER CUSTOM MADE
  • Thru axles: MAVIC SPEED RELEASE 12X100 FRONT - 12X142 REAR

Note: Specifications and build components are subject to change without notice, please check with your dealer to confirm latest specs. Bikes are supplied without pedals unless otherwise stated.

In motion

Wilier's Tech Room takes a closer look at the 0 SLR.

Wilier Triestina

Wilier Triestina have a rich heritage, founded in 1906 and very much integrated within their Italian home region. With many Grand Tour successes to their name, their bikes are always up to date with the latest tech, but also carry a distinct sense of style.

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