Similar to the standard Cento1SR, the Wilier Cento1SR Disc Road Bike Frame is fully loaded with the same technological innovations, superb ride quality, and blisteringly fast geometry. The key difference here is that for 2014, Wilier is releasing the proven frame in a disc compatible version. This makes it one of the select few disc road frames to incorporate an integrated seatmast, while still retaining the Italian race pedigree that brands like Wilier are known for. Before the SR, little had been changed on the Cento1 Chen toe uno since Alessandro Ballan won the 2008 World Championships on his, and that's because Wilier got it right the first time. In fact, before the SR, the Cento1 was widely consider to be among the most balanced framesets in the world. The reason was simple the tight wheel base geometry was coupled with a comfortable, tapered head tube. And this head tube's height acted as the stabilizer to an otherwise over excited frame geometry. In other words, this juxtaposition creates a bike that remains comfortable over the long haul, but drops the hammer in the quick moments of an attack. Much of this remains true today with the SR, however, Wilier has added doses from its other top offerings in order to make it the most balanced frame in the contemporary Wilier lineup. Now, elements from the Zero. 7 and Twin Blade have been incorporated, creating a new breed of bicycle that places an equal focus on aerodynamics, comfort, and power delivery. Along these lines, the Cento1 Disc benefits from one of the most effective power delivery systems on the market the combination of oversized, asymmetric chainstays and the Wilier developed BB386EVO. Don't get aggravated at the thought of another new bottom bracket design the proprietary design is compatible with all leading cranksets. Developed in cooperation with FSA, the BB386EVO is a competitor dwarfing 86. 5mm wide and has a diameter of 46mm. Wilier estimates that the new bottom bracket increases...