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Old 04-28-20, 03:47 PM
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Any Wilier Experts Out There?

I picked up this Wilier Mortirolo a couple days ago for my daughter. The woman I bought it from thought is was a 2008. I am not finding much info about these bikes. It has Campy Centaur brakes, front derailleur and crankset. The rear derailleur is Chorus as are the shifters. The wheels are Fulcrum Racing 5. Can anyone pinpoint the year? If you have any other interesting information about these bikes it would be appreciated. The serial number is CMX07*****. I am wondering whether the 07 is the year. The bike is pretty much in perfect shape and I picked it up for pretty cheap.

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Found this thread (oddly) on VW Vortex forum. Wilier thread.
that is all i know about them. A couple of club mates have them, but no idea of the level or age of them, or even how well they like them!
Oh yeah, one other thing I know, they are located in Bassano del Grappa IT, It seems I was just miles from their headquarters when I was there last year, but I had no idea at the time! But I did have a long day climbing Monte Grappa from town!

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Originally Posted by mgopack42 View Post
Found this thread (oddly) on VW Vortex forum. Wilier thread.
that is all i know about them. A couple of club mates have them, but no idea of the level or age of them, or even how well they like them!
Oh yeah, one other thing I know, they are located in Bassano del Grappa IT, It seems I was just miles from their headquarters when I was there last year, but I had no idea at the time! But I did have a long day climbing Monte Grappa from town!
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Have you tried contacting the manufacturer via their Contact Us form at wilier.com? They should be able to ID your bike for you from its serial number.

I have a Colnago that I knew the model name of but not the year. I emailed Colnago my serial number and they IDed it within a couple of days.
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Originally Posted by dorkypants View Post
Have you tried contacting the manufacturer via their Contact Us form at wilier.com? They should be able to ID your bike for you from its serial number.

I have a Colnago that I knew the model name of but not the year. I emailed Colnago my serial number and they IDed it within a couple of days.
The Wilier folks are super helpful and if they're back in the office over there they'll get back to you. I needed to reach out to them last fall and received a nice reply back within a few days.

Sweet bike!
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Originally Posted by rjhammett View Post
I picked up this Wilier Mortirolo a couple days ago for my daughter. The woman I bought it from thought is was a 2008. I am not finding much info about these bikes. It has Campy Centaur brakes, front derailleur and crankset. The rear derailleur is Chorus as are the shifters. The wheels are Fulcrum Racing 5. Can anyone pinpoint the year? If you have any other interesting information about these bikes it would be appreciated. The serial number is CMX07*****. I am wondering whether the 07 is the year. The bike is pretty much in perfect shape and I picked it up for pretty cheap.

I don't know anything about Wiliers but that sure is a sharp looking bike. Hope she enjoys it.
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The shifters predate 2008. 11 speed was introduced in 2008. Is the crank Ultratoque? Those were introduced in 2007. If the crank is Powertorque it is a couple of years newer. This bike could have been built up using parts of different vintages. Doesn't look like a stock build, unusual to see an all Campagnolo bike with Fulcrum wheels

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