Despite its 107-year history, Italian bike brand, Wilier-Triestina, operates in an impressively modern facility. The factory lies in the heart of northern Italy’s cycling heartland, in the same region as luminaries including Campagnolo, Pinarello, and Selle Italia.
Is Wilier a good bike brand?
Wilier is a very respected brand in Italy especially. They do their own designs in Italy but the frame construction is in Asia. The May issue of ROAD BIKE ACTION has a review of the GT.
Which bikes are made in Italy?
- Campagnolo. Making Road Cycling history since 1927.
- Colnago. High-end road bicycles by Ernesto Colnago since 1954.
- De Rosa. De Rosa as world-renowned framebuilding icon.
- Basso. Manufacturing racing frames and bicycles since 1977. …
- Cinelli. Quality Bicycles, frames and components since 1948.
- Columbus. …
- Carbon-Ti. …
What does wilier stand for?
The name Wilier is an acronym derived from an Italian phrase meaning ‘Long live Italy, liberated and redeemed’.
How do you pronounce Wilier bikes?
It is pronounced /Vee’-lee-air/.
Are Bianchi bikes still made in Italy?
Bianchi bikes is a brand that dates back to 1885. Founded in Italy, its headquarters and culture has remained rooted in its homeland. The bikes are designed and pieced together in its Treviglio factory, though the majority of production now takes place in Taiwan. Synonymous with Bianchi is Celeste.
Are Pinarello bikes made in Italy?
Cicli Pinarello S.p.A. is an Italian bicycle manufacturer based in Treviso, Italy. Founded in 1952, it supplies mostly handmade bicycles for the road, track, E-bikes(NYTRO), mountain bikes and cyclo-cross.