Italian bicycle company Wilier is celebrating it’s 110th anniversary with the launch of the Zero.6, a 680g carbon fibre frame which will be limited to just 200 and cost between €9,000 and €10,000 for a complete bike.
The Zero.6 comes with a unique matt black finishing, polished decals and copper highlighting to recall the iconic colours of the very first Wilier Triestina bikes. In addition, to mark the whole 110th anniversary project, the fork will carry the specially created logo for this commemorative project. The Zero.6 will be offered to the public equipped with top of the range Campagnolo, Shimano and SRAM transmissions.
Each of the 200 frames will be individually numbered, and each will come with a Montegrappa “writing instrument”, in other words, a carbon fibre pen that has been specially created to celebrate Wilier’s anniversary.
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