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Wilier Wilier Marostica Road Bike - 2012
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Wilier Marostica Road Bike - 2012
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The Wilier Marostica is constructed from double-butted aluminum with a stem that's adjustable to accommodate postural preferences. Complete with a triple crankset so you can spin even when you're pedalling uphill.

Since brake and shift levers are integrated on the handlebars, you have full control of speed and gearing without moving your hands from a secure position. Equipped with the Shimano R501 wheelset and Prologo Phorma saddle with anatomic cutout to enable you to ride for hours without soreness. Ideal for commuting, the frame eyelets allow for easy mounting of racks and mudguards so you can carry your things dry and hassle free.

Note: Wilier Triestina bicycles are not available to buy online, they must be collected from our showroom in Wrexham, North Wales. Please call 0844 499 5656 for further details.

About Wilier
Only a handful of manufacturers can trace their history back 50 years, and even fewer over 100. Wilier are one of those few, being founded in 1906 by Pietro Dal Molin in a small workshop on the banks of the river Brenta, at Bassano del Grappa, Italy to meet the growing demand for 'steel horses' during the early 20th century and inter-war period. 

The end of WWII and the so called golden age of cycling marked the beginning of a new chapter in the companies history, distinguished by it's red copper-coloured bicycles that sported the name Wilier Triestina. Wilier is an acronym for the phrase “W l’Italia liberata e redenta” which translates as 'long live Italy, liberated and redeemed'. Whilst the suffix Triestina refers to the city of Trieste, home of Wilier's pro team captain at the time Giordano Cottura, a disputed and divided territory after the close of hostilities in 1945 and a prominent symbol of Italian national pride.

Like so many other iconic Italian framebuilders, Wilier were forced to shut down in the early 1950's due to migrating public interest and were absent from the market until 1969 when the name was brought back into use. Today the company don't often look backwards, but instead exploit  the skill and experience of their design team, in conjunction with industry leading high modulus carbon composites supplied by Mitsubishi and the latest production techniques to produce bikes such as the Cento1 that blend world championship standard performance with pure beauty.

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