Wilier has unveiled its newest gravel bike called the Adlar, borrowing heavily from its existing gravel bike range to target the bikepacking segment with a more relaxed geometry and attachment points galore, along with enough clearance to accommodate tires up to 50mm. Moreover, the new bike it compatible with suspension forks with up to 40mm of travel, without affecting the geometry.
Designed around 1X drivetrains, Wilier says by eliminating the front derailleur, they were able to increase the width of the seat tube, allowing it to act as a sort of mudguard. Also, the Italian brand partnered with Miss Grape to create a set of four quick-hook bags, offering copious amounts of storage options for gravel cyclists and bikepackers alike.
The new Wilier Adlar is available in five sizes, with five Shimano GRX 1×11 and 1X12 build options, as well as SRAM Rival XPLR AXS groupsets, with prices ranging from €3,700 to €5,400.
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