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Wilier Zero.7/Record EPS Complete Bike $0.00
If you want to know how off the charts this bike is, take a look at who is racing it at the ProTour level. Almost nobody. It is rare that a bike manufacturer tells its ProTour racers that a bike is too good for them to ride. But that is exactly what is currently happening with Wilier's Zero.7 with Campagnolo Record EPS and their premier team, the Lampre squad. Yes, Cunego and Scarponi are allowed to pilot them, but everyone else is riding the step-down Cento Uno with mechanical Super Record. Probably one of the reasons for this development is that the bike, even with the battery, is far under the ProTour minimum weight standard.
That this is better than what the pro's race helps underscore how exotic this bike is. You tool around Italy on this, and pro racers will be eyeing your bike with a mix of lust and jealousy.
The frameset is hung with Campagnolo Record EPS (Electronic Power Shift) components, the jaw-droppingly beautiful electronic shifting gruppo. These components match the frame's beauty, engineering precision, and sexiness. The electronic parts are the Ergopower levers, the front derailleur, rear derailleur, and battery. The rest of the Record group includes: cassette, Skeleton brakes, and compact crankset (50/34-tooth chainrings). The Campagnolo pieces seemed to be carved by hand, rather than made on an assembly line. And the shifting is brilliant, matching the feel of mechanical shifting (you can feel the clicking at your fingertips, great for gloves and rough roads) with the advantages of electronic (not only does the front derailleur trim, but you can shift all 11 cogs in one motion). And it's the second-lightest electronic group out there; second to Campy's Super Record EPS.
The frame has been altered slightly for the electronic shifting. Gone are the derailleur cable stops. New are ports to thread the electronic cables internally and an under-the-down tube battery mount.
The rest of the build is a mix befitting Wilier's quest to match the quality and engineering of the Record EPS bits. The long-time cockpit supplier Ritchey provides the WCS SuperLogic one-bolt carbon-fiber seat post. Long-time saddle partner Selle Italia provides the SLR saddle. The bars and stem are built by FSA, with the carbon-fiber K-Force Light stem and carbon-fiber K-Force Light compact handlebars. The stem has an 86-degree angle. The bars have a drop of 125mm, reach of 80mm, and an outward cant of four degrees for greater wrist comfort in the drops. All are finished with Wilier graphics to match the color scheme and graphics theme of the Zero.7.
The bike rolls on Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels and Vittoria rubber. The marriage of these two is a performance plus for all conditions. The wheels have a 26mm deep rim that is mated to 16 radial aero spokes in front and 21 aero spokes in the rear using Campy's G3 spoke system. The hubs are carbon-fiber tubes mated to aluminum flanges and rolling on loose-ball ceramic bearings. These wheels go both ways (tubed and tubeless), and the fit is such that tubed tires go on easy, lock into place, and are incredible at low pressure.
The Wilier Zero.7 Campagnolo Record EPS Complete Bike is Matte Carbon with Red accents and is available in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large. Cranks, bars, and stem are all sized to fit.