A new adventure.
Your Wilier road bike has been a trusty steed for years, and though you love it, you're intrigued by this gravel grinding phenomenon currently taking over your newsfeed and would really like something to give the roadie a break in inclement weather. Stay in the Wilier family and channel the company's impeccable design ethos in an all-road ready package with the 2017 Wilier Jareen 105 Disc Complete Road Bike. Its durable aluminum construction maintains a lightweight, snappy profile without the full-investment price tag of a steel or carbon frame, allowing you to dip your toes into miles of dusty gravel and unpredictable weather without worries of crushing your wallet.
The Jareen hits all the features a newly minted gravel enthusiast requires with Shimano's legendary workhorse 105 drivetrain, powerful cable-actuated disc brakes, and cushy 42mm tires to smooth out the ride. A sub-compact crankset belies its all-road focus, with a 48-tooth large ring and 32-tooth inner ring working in tandem with an 11-32 tooth cassette to provide a massive gear range and low enough gearing to handle the punchy, loose terrain you'll come across in the wild. As a final touch, the Jareen will accommodate mudguards as well as front and rear racks, allowing it to transition easily from unfettered day trip to fully packed wilderness adventures.
- Wilier goes gravel with this aluminum all-road bike
- Aluminum frame and fork balance weight, strength, and affordability
- Shimano's workhorse drivetrain provides precise, reliable shifts
- Flared drop bar offers a variety of comfortable hand positions
- Included 42mm tires absorb bumps for a smooth ride
- Accommodates mud guards and front/rear racks
- Clearance for tires up to 42mm in width
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Jareen solid like a linebacker, svc not
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought this bike to primarily serve as a commuting bike in the DC area and possibly get some additional training miles on the way home. This bike is probably best used as a weekend bike or recreational use. It is solid like an M-1 tank and rides kind of like one. I do like the disk brakes. It fits a little small. I ride a 56cm road frame and the Large Jareen fits a little small. I actually tried to return/exchange the bike to get a Pinarello Gan that would serve my desired use better as a back-up training bike. However, a couple of calls to Competitive Cyclist inquiring about a return/exchange resulted in me being passed off and a message for "Josh" that never generated a return call. Now it's well past the 30 day return period so I am stuck with this bike evidently or it goes on Craig's List. I'll certainly think twice before buying another bike through this source.