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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Wilier Triestina Cento1 Hybrid. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
23 reasons to buy
- The Cento1’s motor offers assistance up to a reported max. speed of 20mph.
- Power feed on the Cento1 was said to be ‘seamless’, smooth and reliable.
- From as low as 26.2lb, the Cento1 is up there with the lightest e-bikes.
- Ultegra groupsets furnished the Cento1 with very high quality componentry.
- FSA equipment was durable and lowered prices on cheaper models.
- Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes were smooth and powerful.
- When not in use, the Cento1’s brushless motor exhibits no rolling resistance.
- Mahle’s 250w ebikemotion motor engaged and transitioned smoothly.
- Handling was said to be confident, neutral and not twitchy.
- 28c Vittoria Zaffiro tires helped out with vibration absorbence.
- Beautiful styling avoided bulk and concealed electric components.
- The Cento1 was controlled by a simple and unobtrusive one-button interface .
- Cento1s are preconfigured to accept a 2nd battery, boosting range to 460Wh.
- The Cento1 pairs to an app to give stat, navigation and management options.
- Frames used the same high-modulus carbon as Wilier’s non-electric bikes.
- The Cento1’s battery is enclosed in the downtube, improving aesthetics.
- Geometry sits between race and endurance, increasing long-distance comfort.
- Ultegra drivetrains offered more gear-range than one tester needed or used.
- Wilier Race Axy alloy rims were tough and transferred power well.
- The Selle Italia X1 saddle was rated highly for comfort.
- Testers said prices of Di2 models showed good value for a high-end e-bike.
- The Cento1 was received as a good-looking and well-designed bike.
- One tester milked between 53 and 62mi of assistance out of the Cento1.
7 reasons not to buy
- Ride quality was somewhat stiff.
- Steeper ascents could overwhelm the MAHLE ebikemotion system.
- The Vittoria Zaffiro Pro rear tire easily slipped on wet climbs.
- Some riders and reviewers weren’t fans of weighty Race Axy alloy rims.
- Extra motor weight made the Cento1 take a wider arc on turns.
- The display faltered for one user, prior to implementing a factory reset.
- One tester felt that positioning of the charging port could have been changed to protect it from pooling water.