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Cento1AIR, Wilier’s historic best seller, has evolved into its most modern and high-performance version yet. Now also available with disc brakes, Cento1AIR is ready to meet the needs of cyclists who love speed and perfect control. Cento1AIR can be equipped with a direct mount rim brake and quick release wheels, or with disc brakes, through-axle wheels and 160 mm rotors on the front and 140 mm on the rear. The fork and triangle construction has been revised to optimize the forces generated by disc braking. We have not changed the wheel clearance and compatibility of tires up to 25mm for a pure road riding feeling. Cento1AIR also gets a new aesthetic. Not only technological improvements and construction, but also a new minimalist and modern livery, but always with the unmistakable Wilier style. The seatpost clamp is a perfect fit with the frame’s aerodynamic lines. The locking mechanism is a combined system of two mountings that operate simultaneously: the first is an internal expander that locks the seatpost onto the frame, while the second is a clamp that locks only the seatpost to prevent it from sliding inside the seat tube. Frame weight +/- 1120g Fork weight +/1 390g
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Cento1NDR is the new member of the NDR family, adding a mid-range price point endurance road model to Wilier's collection. It comes from the same mold as the highly successful Cento10NDR, and it not only shares the same geometry and tube shapes, but even has the same high modulus carbon fiber composition and the same dual brake compatibility. The main difference is the lack of the Actiflex system, and lack of internal cable routing of Cento10NDR. Nevertheless, the Cento1NDR represents an exciting new value in Wilier's mid-range endurance road bike lineup. The geometries of the frame and the particular construction of the rear chainstays guarantee the cyclist a feeling of racing comfort: pure performance without having to give up comfort. Staying in the saddle for a long time will be much less tiring: the rear triangle was sized and designed for maximum absorption of vertical stress generated by rough road surfaces. The transfer of pedal power is guaranteed to have maximum efficiency thanks to a torsional stiffness comparable to a racing frame. Cento10NDR was the first road bike whose frame and fork could be mounted with either type of brakes: flat mount 160 mm rotor disc brakes with thru-axles or traditional direct mount rim brakes with quick release. Now the Cento1NDR also has this flexibility. This solution expands the available configurations of the Cento1NDR, meaning the frame is always ready for an upgrade. The fork and rear triangle have been designed to accommodate a wide range of tires: up to 28 mm with the rim brakes or up to 30 mm with disc brakes.
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