29er carbon clincher wheels

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andrewryangibson
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by andrewryangibson

Agree, no reason to buy an unproven 1700gram chinese carbon wheelset....plenty of better alu options that weigh less (wtb, stans, mavic, Easton, etc). I have the light bicycles carbon 29er wheels, Easton carbon 29er, and carbon roval 29er wheels...all under 1500grams and known to be good.

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eigner
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by eigner

Hi, I just wanted to warn against purchasing from Yishun:

I have been dealing with Yishun for a two years now. And everything went fine until my last batch of wheels where there where several quality problems. I emailed Yishun about these issues and in the beginning they asked for photos, so I emailed photos and even a video.
After that I have heard nothing. Absolutely nothing. Its been a month now, and now I would just share my experience with Yishun.
DON'T SUPPORT THIS COMPANY WHO CLAIM TO GIVE 1 YEAR WARRANTY, BUT IGNORE YOU IF YOU EVER WANT TO MAKE USE OF THAT WARRANTY!
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by Zen Cyclery

joeyruan wrote::up: carbon fiber more practical for athletics


Care to elaborate? Why is cheap, low quality carbon better for athletics?

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by michel2

think this topic deserves a lock, seems to me someone is trying very hard to flog their goods here !

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by tompho

This topic looks like a promotion.

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