Wilier has redesigned its all-arounder, the Zero.7, for 2015. The frame has been slimmed down, with smaller tubes all around, and lightened, just 750 grams for a size medium (claimed.) A few key technologies from the previous Zero.7 carry over, including the use of SEI film, which serves to improve impact and sheer strength of the carbon fiber, and the BB386EVO bottom bracket. 

Wilier Zero.7 frame head tube
Redesigned front end, what the company calls a “virtually lengthened head tube,” which integrates the bottom of the head tube with the fork and the down tube for improved stiffness and aerodynamics.

 

Wilier Zero.7 frame rear view
Rear view of the new Wilier Zero.7 frame

 

Wilier Zero.7 forks
The Zero.7’s thin fork legs improve vertical compliance and decrease weight

 

Wilier Zero.7 rear derailer
The Wilier Zero.7 is compatible with both electronic and mechanical drivetrains. The cable routing is clever, utilizing the derailleur hanger as a housing stop. Behind the hanger is a large access point to make routing the internal cables easier.

 

Wilier Zero.7 down tube
The black and red looks great on the Zero.7

 

Wilier Zero.7 frame fork
The Zero.7 fork/downtube/headtube integration allowed Wilier to build a stiffer, lighter frame.

 

Wilier Zero.7 frame colour
If the black on black with a bit of red doesn’t tickle your fancy than the Zero.7 is also available in an Italian tricolor theme.

 

Wilier Zero.7 hidden cables
Clean lines, and looks makes this bike stand out of the crowd.
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John is obsessed with cycling and all about Italian bikes. John is fascinated by the prestige and tradition of Italian cycling and everything that it represents. His passion for vintage classic bikes is contagious and in particular his love for old school Pinarello. Having ridden some of Italy's monster climbs, including the famed 48 switch backs of Passo dello Stelvio, John likes to ride bikes that are showered in history and esteem, much like the famed climbs of the Giro D'Italia. John rides a Pinarello Quattro with full Campagnolo componentry.