The deciding stage towards a mountain that has never been taken on by the Vuelta: the Altu d’El Gamoniteiru

The Vuelta a España will be decided in Asturias, on the road that from Salas leads to the Sierra del Aramo.
There, very near the Alto de L’Angliru, the Vuelta will christen a new and brutal climb: the Alto del Gamoniteiro.

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The legend of the Lagos de Covadonga

Since 1983, the Lakes of Covadonga have been the symbol of Spain’s great climbs.
The broadcast images of the memorable efforts up those bends have awarded the Lagos de Covadonga international fame, enough to include them among the ascents to be tried at least once in a lifetime.

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Alto de Velefique. The first Especial-category summit finish of the Vuelta a España 2021

Thirteen kilometres of extremely demanding uphill pedalling just over 40 km from the sea.
The tantalising possibilities of the Vuelta a España.

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Daniele Bennati and his Wilier 0 SLR Infinitamente

For Daniele Bennati cycling has been a life’s passion.
An endless source of wishes that Infinitamente has realised with the Wilier 0 SLR – in black and gold – that Daniele rides every day.

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Giro d'Italia

Riders on the storm

Bad weather is one of the greatest challenges a cyclist can face. The wind, rain and cold can be as extreme as the steepest climbs. They can turn transfer stages, when riders usually take a breather, into true torture.

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THE WILIER JOURNAL HAS BECOME A COLLECTION BOOK

The Wilier Journal has become a collection book, the first of a long series.
A 152-page, elegantly bound book that tells the story of 2020 spent on our bicycles.
A year of experiences, with competition, bicycle touring, fun and history.
A photo book in the unmistakable Wilier Triestina style.

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