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Wilier Cento10PRO Frameset - BikesonBikes
Wilier Cento10PRO Frameset - BikesonBikes
Wilier Cento10PRO Frameset - BikesonBikes
Wilier Cento10PRO Frameset - BikesonBikes

Wilier Cento10PRO Frameset

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    Wilier
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    $3,219.99
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    $3,499.99 You save 8%
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    Estimated Arrival: Between Nov 03 and Nov 05. *ETA to the USA Only

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    SKU:BI8017

    Cento10PRO is the new and improved version of Wilier's flagship road racing model Cento10AIR. Now 6% stiffer, Cento10PRO is the ultimate high-performing, aerodynamic, and super reactive racing machine. Just as we did with our new triathlon and TT bike, Turbine, the new Cento10PRO was developed according to the NACA-Low-Speed rules. These rules are aeronautically-derived algorithms that make it possible to size the tubes of the frame to provide the maximum possible aerodynamic efficiency. Another important aerodynamic concept that is combined with the NACA algorithms is the KAMM theory. Indeed all profiles have a truncated tail. This solution makes it possible to reduce weight and increase the torsional stiffness, all without affecting the aerodynamic efficiency of the tube itself. Cento10PRO is for direct mount rim brakes and quick release only. Please see the Cento10PRO Disc for the disc brake version. The fork and rear triangle have ample clearance to use up to 29mm tires. The sophisticated design of the head tube, combined with the special shape of the headset bearings, makes it possible to internally route up to three cables. These three cables go inside the head tube via the Alabarda that houses the gear and brake cables, and guides them with the correct angle into the head tube. The only cables that are externally routed are the brake cables.

    The sophisticated design of the head tube, combined with the special shape of the headset bearings, makes it possible to internally route up to three cables. These three cables go inside the head tube via the Alabarda that houses the gear and brake cables, and guides them with the correct angle into the head tube. 

     

     

    Just as we did with our new triathlon and TT bike, Wilier Turbine, the new Cento10PRO was developed according to the NACA-Low-Speed rules. These rules are aeronautically-derived algorithms that make it possible to size the tubes of the frame to provide the maximum possible aerodynamic efficiency. Another important aerodynamic concept that is combined with the NACA algorithms is the KAMM theory. Indeed all profiles have a truncated tail. This solution makes it possible to reduce weight and increase the torsional stiffness, all without affecting the aerodynamic efficiency of the tube itself.

    Cento10PRO is designed for direct mount rim brakes. The fork and rear triangle have ample clearance to use up to 28mm tires.