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    Wilier Cento1SR

    Wilier introduced their new bike at Stage 1 of the Tour de France, see the different colors here:
    ITALIAN CYCLING JOURNAL: New: Wilier Cento1SR
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    Four photos of the Cento1SR in the available colors:
    ITALIAN CYCLING JOURNAL: New: Wilier Cento1SR

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    Thanks for the links....more good stuff from Wilier!

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    The Nero looks awesome!

    Still liking the zero.7 though.



    However, the ISP gives the bike a cleaner look. And, you just feel more connected to the bike IMO.

    Tough decision. Do you guys know when the Nero is coming out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cni2i View Post
    The Nero looks awesome!

    Still liking the zero.7 though.



    However, the ISP gives the bike a cleaner look. And, you just feel more connected to the bike IMO.

    Tough decision. Do you guys know when the Nero is coming out?
    this zero 7 is cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by EightFiveTwo View Post
    this zero 7 is cool
    Agreed. The only thing I would change about that bike is the crankset. I'd replace it with the Rotor 3D+ cranks and maybe a TUNE seatpost. HEAVEN!
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    Anyone got their SR yet? just wondering how the ride is

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    Na, but my LBS ordered one for me early August.

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    I was told that my frame is going to arrive Monday. We will see.

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    Still very content my 0.7 and Cento 1 SL. But would be curious how the SR rides too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cni2i View Post
    Still very content my 0.7 and Cento 1 SL. But would be curious how the SR rides too.

    Uh, oh ....I know what that means!

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    Quote Originally Posted by progolferv1 View Post
    I was told that my frame is going to arrive Monday. We will see.
    Cool! Please, please, please have them weigh the frame and fork before starting the build.

    Hope my 56 is sub 1kg.

    I'm trying to get one of the non-standard US colors, so who knows how long that's going to take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erion929 View Post
    Uh, oh ....I know what that means!

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    ROFL. Not quite feeling the graphics on the ones I've seen thus far...so probably not.
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    The red frame looks amazing in person. Some weights for you weenies:

    M - Red - 1220g frame, 420g uncut fork
    XL - Nude - 1230g frame, ??? fork









    Yeah, that's a beefy fork...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilliron View Post
    The red frame looks amazing in person. Some weights for you weenies:

    M - Red - 1220g frame, 420g uncut fork
    XL - Nude - 1230g frame, ??? fork









    Yeah, that's a beefy fork...
    Thanks for posting. Great shots! The red does look very vibrant, but I am a bigger fan of the "nude" frameset. Amazing.
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    What happened to the 990g for the frame and 360g for the fork they have on their website?

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    990g frame weight is probably for a medium with no paint, no RD hanger and without the internal routing hardware. I'll buy that. That tends to be how manufactures weigh frames.

    360g vs 420g for the fork is odd though. Hard to believe there is 60g of paint on there. Maybe no paint + cut?

    All that said, the red and white paint job is stunning in person. You can tell it's very high quality.

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    I went with the matte finish in large. Ultegra Di2 with dura ace cranks and brakes. should be done soon.

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    Sweet. Looking forward to seeing photos.

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    its here
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    Wild!

    Has the ISP been cut yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by progolferv1 View Post
    its here
    NICE!!! I am not a big fan of wheels with a lot of decals....but other than that, bike looks great
    EyeGuy

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilliron View Post
    Wild!

    Has the ISP been cut yet?
    It has been cut now, but in the picture I had just taken it out of the box. The bike is very stiff but smooth. Di2 is great but it takes a little to get use to.

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    My cento1 SR 6.5 kg

    Cento1 SR - super record
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