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Wilier Urta Max SLR - Size S, M, L, XL - In Stock

Wilier Urta Max SLR - Size S, M, L, XL - In Stock

6 430,00£Prix

45 days Lead Time

Prices from £6430 to £11,560 depending the specificiation.

 

This new MTB with 120mm travel has been designed with the aim of providing the Wilier-Pirelli Factory Team a modern and versatile race bike featuring: a high-performance suspension system, precise handling response, and safety.

From the very first moment, the new Urta Max SLR will make you feel like you are on a bike that is ideal for competitions but also fun on the most demanding trails.

 

If you need advice on which bike to buy, we are here to help. You can call us on 0208 396 6983 from 8am to 9pm every day, email us on info@lapbikes.com or visit our stores.

  • Technical Overview

    Prices from £6430 to £11,560 depending the specificiation.

    FRAME

    URTA MAX SLR - CARBON MONOCOQUE FRAME HUS MOD + HIGH IMPACT CARBON WEAVE

    FORK

    Choice of

    ROCK SHOX SID 35 ULTIMATE 120 mm, BOOST

    FOX 34 SC FACTORY KASHIMA 120 mm, BOOST

    REAR SHOCK

    Choice of 

    ROCK SHOX RS SID UB3POS 190X45S

    FOX SHOX FLOAT F-S R-UP EVOL 190x45

    SPEC

    Choice of:

    SHIMANO XT 1X12

    SHIMANO XTR 1X12

    SRAM GX 1X12

    SRAM XX SL EAGLE AXS 1X12

    WHEELSET

    Choice of:

    MICHE 966 ALU

    MICHE K6 CARBON

    MICHE K1 EVO CARBON

  • The Bike

    The Urta Max features a new single-axle damping system. The compression ratio has been optimised to be extremely effective on any terrain type.

    The Rock Shox and Fox rear shock absorbers with 45mm travel that are mounted as standard have compression curves specifically tailored to work in symbiosis with the leverage ratio chosen in the design stage.

    There are three operating phases: a regressive phase (stiffer and more sustained); a more reactive and sensitive phase, when maximum efficiency during pedalling is required; and a final phase, that is more progressive, to avoid the suspension reaching the end of its stroke. 

    The two triangles that form the Urta Max SLR frame are made of HUS-MOD high-module carbon fibre, the same used for all top range Wilier products. Maximum stiffness only where necessary.

    The front triangle completely integrates the cables within frame, but unlike earlier models - where tubes and sheaths passed through holes made in the carbon fibre - on the Urta Max the brake, derailleur and dropper tubes pass through the headset, similarly to road bikes. This solution provides the bike with an extremely clean and elegant look and, not least, it improves the overall stiffness in the headset area as the absence of holes guarantees continuous modularity and directionality of the carbon fibres.

    The rear triangle of the Urta Max is designed with a single-pivot point. The new conrod (stiffened compared to previous versions) is designed to give the frame a maximum travel efficiency of 120mm.

    The Urta Max SLR has been designed to accommodate the more modern transmissions currently on the market.
     It can mount a front crown up to 38 teeth and the standard issue UDH dropout is also compatible with the new Sram Eagle Transmission assemblies.

     

    The Urta Max geometries have been designed and optimised to mount a 120mm travel fork, with the aim of keeping the rider in racing position, i.e. dropped and gathered.
    To do this, we have reduced the stack to a minimum, extending the reach and keeping the bottom bracket lower. It is a solution that allows the rider to stay gathered on the bike, a position that provides better performance.
    In detail, for size M the stack measures 598 mm and the reach 443 mm, while the steering angle is more open with 67.5° and the seat tube is at a vertical angle of 75°.
    With these values, the resulting wheelbase (i.e. the distance between the front and rear wheel centres) is greater than the previous Urta model. All this provides the rider with a greater sense of riding safety and aggressiveness in push position. To do this, we have reduced the stack to a minimum, extending the reach and keeping the bottom bracket lower. It is a solution that allows the rider to stay gathered on the bike, a position that provides better performance.

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