Wilier Zero SLR Disc Dura-Ace Di2 Bike

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Wilier Zero SLR Disc Dura-Ace Di2 Bike Black/White with Fulcrum Racing Carbon wheels and Wilier integrated bar stem. 

Wilier Zero SLR is the first ultra-lightweight racing bike with disc brakes and fully integrated cables.

Wilier Zero SLR encapsulates the most complex concepts of lightness and total integration in simple aesthetics. These are the features the most demanding cyclists seek in the most technologically advanced racing bikes: ultra lightweightedness, high-speed stability and control, braking performance, electronic transmission, high aerodynamics and full cable integration. All condensed in Wilier’s unmistakable style. 

Dura-Ace Bike Build: 

  • Shifters Dura Ace R9170 DI2
  • Front Derailleur Dura Ace R9170 DI2
  • Rear Derailleur Dura Ace R9170 DI2
  • Wheels Fulcrum Racing Zero DB
  • Handlebar Zerobar
  • Stem Zerobar
  • Headset Custom
  • Brakes Dura Ace R9170 Flat mount
  • Tires Vittoria Rubino Pro 700X28
  • Saddle Selle San Marco 620-CN102
  • Seatpost Ritchey Zero SLR Custom
  • Chain Dura Ace R9170
  • Cassette Dura Ace R9170 11/30T
  • Frame Zero SLR Disc
  • Fork Zero SLR Disc
  • Crankset Dura Ace R9170 50/34T
Wilier Triestina guarantees its frames, if purchased from authorized Wilier Triestina dealers, to be free from manufacturing or material defects for: Five years from the date of retail purchase if you register the frame, within ten days from purchase, on the www.wilier.it website.
Zero SLR
Built Type:
Complete Bike Disc Brake


  • 5
    Wilier Zero SLR 2020 first-ride review: Integrated, but not aero

    Posted by Cycling Tips on 5th Sep 2019

    Roads that turn up is where this bike excels and Wilier’s route for the two test days sure threw us up a few slopes. We couldn’t have asked for better roads to test the bikes on — the weather, on the other hand, could have been a touch warmer, but you can’t have everything. To cut to the chase, the Zero SLR is a race machine. It ticks all the boxes for what a race bike should be. It’s light, impressively stiff, dives in and out of corners like a spring, and in the two days didn’t cause any ill-comfort.

    The standout ride qualities that I took from my time on the bike was its cornering ability at speed. The handling was a personal highlight, descending down the Monte Grappa on my own with little traffic on a cold and slightly slippery second day of testing had me grinning with pleasure, the Vittoria Corsa 26mm Tubulars threw up bags of confidence, and the geometry allowed me to throw my weight in the right direction with ease. Point the bike where you want it, and it dashes there.