Giro d’Italia riders spotted using a new CeramicSpeed aerodynamic derailleur fairing

Just moments after we reported on the launch of a new Wilier Turbine SLR time trial bike complete with an aerodynamic fairing attached to the rear derailleur, riders at the Giro d’Italia were spotted using a similar-looking component.

Spotted on the Factor Ostro VAM of Giacomo Nizzolo (Israel-Premier Tech), the derailleur cage appears to be solid in construction, similar in design to the SLF Motion Evo Aero. However, after a little bit of digging, Cyclingnews Understands the component to actually be an unreleased aerodynamic oversized Pulley Wheel from marginal gains specialists CeramicSpeed. The retail price for the component, according to reports by Triathlete, will be $800.

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