According to Wilier Triestina its Cento10PRO is the new bike for the most demanding athletes. An evolution of the Cento10AIR, with a ‘never seen stiffness and reactivity’, Wilier claims that torsional stiffness has been improved by 6%.
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This bike will allow you to choose between rim or disk brakes, to cycle fast in complete safety, in any weather condition. Cento10PRO can offer full internal cable and sheath routing. This increases aerodynamic efficiency even further. In Cento10PRO you will find everything you have ever looked for in a bicycle: your best performance.
The sophisticated design of the head tube, combined with the special shape of the bearings, makes it possible to slide inside the frame up to three sheaths. These three sheaths go inside the head tube thanks to Alabarda that houses inside them the gear and brake sheaths from the controls, guiding them, with the correct angle, inside the head tube. In case of electromechanical transmission, the bike will have no uncovered sheaths, giving Cento10PRO an extreme aesthetic neatness.
The bike can be fitted with a standard rim brake and QR wheels, or disc brakes. Wilier adds that the fork and triangle are designed to provide an important span to the wheels, with the possibility to use up to 30mm tyres.
Wilier notes that Cento10PRO is its ‘high-end performing, aerodynamic and super reactive bike’. Similar to the triathlon and TT bike, the Turbine, the new Wilier bike Cento10PRO was developed according to the Naca-Low-Speed rules. ‘These rules are aeronautically-derived algorithms that make it possible to size the tubes of the frame providing the maximum possible aerodynamic efficiency.’