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For over 50 years, Wilier Triestina has been at the forefront of cycling innovation. From Giordano Cottur to Alessandro Petacchi, champions have been riding Wilier's passion for engineering to race-day success. The Zero.7 Electronic Road Bike Frame is the latest branch in the Wilier family tree. Featuring a host of new proprietary technology, the Zero.7 is the lightest, stiffest, and most comfortable Wilier frameset ever produced.

The Wilier Zero.7 is an amalgamation of Wilier's most innovative technologies molded into one frameset. At around 800g, the Zero.7 is Wilier's lightest frameset ever produced. It utilizes Wilier's exclusive Special Elastic Infiltrated Film (SEI) in its carbon construction. SEI Film is a viscoelastic film that gets inserted between the main layers of carbon fiber during the layup. Using film as an intermediate layer between carbon reduces the structural dependency on intermediate modulus carbon. The result is a lighter frameset that actually gains rigidity, strength, and comfort from weight-saving measures. In fact, the benefits of SEI have already been measured in aeronautics and auto racing. On the Zero.7, they result in 35% greater impact resistance, inter-laminar strength gains of 18%, and an increase in three-point flexing strength of 12%.

SEI Film is just the opening act for the big draw of the Zero.7—Wilier's special 60t carbon fiber. 60t is a MR60H carbon fiber blend that can withstand 60 tons of pressure per square millimeter. For even greater strength and uniformity, Wilier uses a Zinc Oxide epoxy resin for bonding and Wilier's own LIT inflation technique for carbon molding. Wilier's strong attention to detail and experienced material selection produced a sophisticated, no-compromise frameset that's ready to compete at the highest echelons of cycling.

The innovative spirit of the Wilier Zero.7 doesn't stop at its materials. The Zero.7 incorporates the new BB386EVO bottom bracket system. Don't get aggravated at the thought of another 'new' bottom bracket design; the proprietary design is compatible with all leading cranksets. Developed in cooperation with FSA, the BB386EVO is competitor-dwarfing 86.5mm wide and has a diameter of 46mm. Wilier estimates that the new design increases rigidity by 30%, and reduces power dispersion to almost zero.

The Zero.7 also features a 1-1/8in to 1-1/4in tapered head tube that enhances lateral stiffness, handling, and stability.

The Wilier Zero.7 Electronic Road Bike Frame is available in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the color Giallo Lampre. It is designed for usage with the Shimano electronic shift systems, and includes a FSA Integrated Tapered Headset and a Ritchey Superlogic Seatpost.

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5 5

Amazing Power Transfer, Silky Smooth

Picked up the 2014 frame at end of last year after a crash took did a nasty number on my Dogma frame. Most of the parts except the BB, and toasted front wheel I transferred over from the Dogma and so I got a true apples to apples comparison. In short the Wilier feels much more refined. IT likes to be ridden hard and you are rewarded with power transfer that I have never seen before (and I have tried the top end Trek & Cannondales, in addition to my cracked up Dogma). Ride quality is also superior. IT is not the most aero frame but with my 46mm wheels the thing feels like an absolute rocketship. Unless you are doing lots of TTs this bike won't disappoint.

5 5

I have the mechanical version

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have only been riding this for a month, but I have set many personal records with it, did my first century yesterday and was blown away of how fast and smooth this bike rides, at the 100 mile point I felt like I could do it again

I have the mechanical version