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Wilier Gran Turismo/Campagnolo Chorus 11 Complete Road Bike

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Description

It does the motivation for you.

Motivation comes in many forms. It may be a 75-degree bluebird day, the extra beer you had last night, or bragging rights at next week's Tuesday Night Worlds. There is, however, one motivator that we can all relate to: a new carbon-clad machine. The Wilier Gran Turismo/Campagnolo Chorus 11 Complete Road Bike will have you up an hour early in the morning, champing at the bit.

The front end tracks like it's laser-guided, the seatstays gobble up road vibration, and the bottom bracket juncture directs pedaling forces straight to the drivetrain. The ride is comfortable without feeling soft, nimble without twitchiness. The Gran Turismo is your all-day, all-terrain, all-surface machine.

Every bit the player as its pro-level sibling the Cento1, the Gran Turismo performs whether you’re bumping elbows at your next parking-lot criterium or burying yourself climbing a local canyon. But the performance similarities shouldn’t come as much of a surprise; after all, one look at the spec sheets and you’ll notice the geometry of the two bikes is nearly identical. What differs between the Gran Turismo and Cento 1 is the lay-ups and plies. The Gran Turismo gets different tube shaping throughout, with a head tube built up for lateral rigidity to provide laser-guided cornering. The most noticeable difference between the Gran Turismo and Cento1 is the non-integrated seatmast on the former. Sure, this adds a few extra grams to the Gran Turismo, but it adds far more to user-friendliness.

The Gran Turismo relies on carbon fiber sourced from two of Wilier's most trusted suppliers: Toray and Mitsubishi. The performance goals for the frame are met with a careful lay-up schedule consisting of Toray's T-700SC and Mitsubishi's MR 60H and HS40 unidirectional fibers. This blend of high- and medium-modulus fibers is what gives Wilier's engineers the ability to fine-tune the ride for maximum performance and comfort, and, at the same time, to make this bike more affordable than their top-of-the-range Cento1 series.

Wilier uses a full-monocoque process for the fork as well. This way, the engineers can ensure that fibers run continuously from the fork ends to the top of the steerer, which, when combined with the massive front end, results in incredible lateral stiffness and impressive overall strength. Wilier also manages to fit in some vertical compliance by designing the rake to start at the crown and taper to the trailing edge.

Building the Gran Turismo with anything but a full Campagnolo groupset would be like only eating at Subway on your next trip to Italy. We outfitted the Gran Turismo with a full Chorus group, including a compact (50/34) carbon crankset.

The Gran Turismo cockpit includes Easton’s EA70 bars and stem, the bars wrapped with high-quality Arundel cork tape. We use a matching EA70 seatpost to cradle the Selle Italia SL Kit Carbonio saddle. The SL Kit Carbonio features manganese rails, a carbon composite shell and a durable Lorica cover.

Wheelsets tend to be an afterthought for most people when purchasing a complete bike. However, when we spec'd the Gran Turismo, we weren’t looking for a wheelset to fill in the component gap and look pretty in photos; we wanted a wheelset that is stout enough to survive rough miles, yet light and nimble enough to race. It's rolling stock consists of the 21mm-deep Mavic Aksium wheelset. The Aksiums come with black spokes, Mavic hubs, and a lightweight alloy rim. There are 20-radial-laced spokes in front, and 20 spokes in back laced in a two-cross (drive side) pattern. Each wheel is wrapped in grippy Aksion tires in a 23mm width.

The Wilier Gran Turismo/Campagnolo Chorus 11 Complete Road Bike is available in Dark in sizes X-Small through XX-Large.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
carbon fiber (Toray T700SC, Mitsubishi MR 60H, HS40)
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
Headset:
FSA Orbit CE Plus
Shifters:
Campagnolo Chorus 11 Ergopower
Front Derailleur:
Campagnolo Chorus 11
Rear Derailleur:
Campagnolo Chorus 11
Crankset:
50/34 t Campagnolo Chorus 11 Compact
Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record 11 Ultra-Torque
Pedals:
not included
Cassette:
11-25 t Campagnolo Chorus 11
Chain:
Campagnolo Chorus 11
Brake Calipers:
Campagnolo Chorus 11 Skeleton
Handlebar:
Zipp Service Course
Handlebar Width:
[XS] 42 cm, [S] 44 cm, [M] 44 cm, [L] 44 cm, [XL] 46 cm, [XXL] 46 cm
Bar Tape:
Arundel cork
Stem:
Zipp Service Course
Stem Length:
[XS] 90 mm, [S] 90 mm, [M] 100 mm, [L] 110 mm, [XL] 110 mm, [XXL] 120 mm
Saddle:
Sella Italia SL Kit Carbonio
Seatpost:
Zipp Service Course
Wheelset:
Mavic Aksium
Hubs:
Mavic
Skewers:
included
Tires:
Mavic Aksion
Tire Size:
700 c x 23 mm
Recommended Use:
long distance road rides, all day comfort without compromising performance
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years on frame

Geometry chart

Wilier

Geometry Chart

 

Gran Turismo
 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HTo)

Seat Tube Angle

(STo)

Chainstay

(CS)

XS 47.5cm 51.3cm 51.1cm 37.9cm 11.0cm 72.0o 74.5o 40.5cm
S 51.5cm 52.3cm 51.8cm 38.2cm 11.5cm 72.0o 74.5o 40.5cm
M 55.5cm 53.7cm 54.8cm 38.6cm 14.5cm 73.0o 74.5o 40.5cm
L 58.5cm 55.4cm 56.2cm 38.9cm 16.0cm 73.0o 73.5o 40.5cm
XL 61.5cm 57.7cm 58.5cm 39.3cm 19.5cm 73.0o 73.0o 40.5cm
XXL 64.5cm 58.5cm 60.1cm 40.1cm 20.0cm 73.5o 73.5o 40.5cm

Wilier Gran Turismo Geometry Chart

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5 5

One of the best!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is one of the best all-around performing bikes we offer. A 1,050-gram monocoque frame with asymmetric chainstays aids in power transfer, while a semi-integrated seat mast and formed, angular tube profiles provide lateral stiffness. The bike's ProTour geometry tilts the Gran Turismo more toward the racy end of the performance/comfort spectrum, and with a carbon fork the bike is perfectly capable of serving up equal heapings of speed and distance for riders willing to give as much as they get.The bike is super comfortable for long rides and excels in areas where the roads are rough and coarse. I just recently sent one to my Sister in Kauai and she was in awe of the buttery smoothness and performance on the sketchy roads in Hawaii.if you have the means i highly recommend picking one up.
** Dont see your size available?...we can sub the 2014 GTS frameset (new and improved Gran Turismo with a little more relaxed geometry) for $3499.00. if you have any other specific questions on the bike feel free to contact me direct. My office number is 801-736-6396 x 4074 or e-mail wbranham@competitivecyclist.com

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