Eurobike gives us the chance to see what’s new from some of the biggest brands in cycling and this year’s show was no different. Here are seven stunning bikes from Wilier, Storck, Mason, Scott, Canyon, Colnago and BMC which caught our gaze in Germany.
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Wilier Cento10 Air
The Cento10 Air is Wilier’s new flagship aero road bike. It’s the successor to the Cento1 Air and, as well as being more aerodynamic than its predecessor, Wilier say the Cento10 Air is also lighter and more comfortable.
It’s a completely new frame, with Wilier using NACA-approved truncated Kammtail profiles across the chassis – and most notably on the downtube, seattube and seatpost. The seatstays, meanwhile, have apparently been lowered as far as UCI regulations permit, to further improve the frame’s aerodynamic prowess. Wilier say that the lowered seatstays also allow for more of the seattube and seatpost to flex, thereby improving comfort.
Wilier have opted for direct mount brakes, which leave enough room for 28mm tyres and the possibility to boost comfort further. Those brakes have also enabled Wilier to widen the seatstays and fork, and they say this reduces air turbulence through both areas. There’s also an integrated, aero handlebar and stem, called the Alabarda, and like the frame it’s based on a NACA profile to reduce the frontal area of the bike.
Finally, frame weight is a claimed 990g, which is 200g less than the Cento1 Air, and the bike will be available in the UK in five builds from £4,599 to £7,299.