This is a sponsored article, brought to you in association with Wilier Triestina.
Never one to rest on its laurels, for 2019 Wilier has served up a new disc-brake based TT bike with folding handlebars, as well as a disc-brake version of the spectacular Cento10 Pro and a new carbon-framed gravel bike with absolutely no shortage of bag mounts.
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The TT frame has been redesigned with no exposed cable visible externally, and it’s one of the first UCI-legel disc brake TT bikes, too.
While the decision to add disc brakes won’t be to everyone’s taste, it does mean that Wilier was able to completely redesign the forks to make them more aerodynamic. Wilier says this not only offsets the aero deficit caused by the disc brakes, but is significant enough to be a positive overall.
Another cool feature is the fact that the handlebars fold up, which makes transporting the bike that much easier.
That’s only one of the three eye-catching bikes Wilier will be releasing for 2019.