Wheels to go for on the Colnago cx-1 Evo

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spliid
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by spliid

Hi there!

I couldn't find a "what do you think of this setup"' 'ish thread.

I'm having some troubles finding wheels for my cx-1 evo (black/yellow).

I'm thinking about going italian and have been looking at the Colnago Bullet 50. Only downside is that it's not full carbon. Also looked at Reynolds attack. These wheels are also affordable. Maybe going for the china market.

Do you have any suggestions? Clinchers please :P

thx in advance

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Budget?

Intended riding style?

Your weight?
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spliid
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by spliid

budget would be around 1300 dollars

Mostly flat windy conditions but also some hills sometimes

70 kgs

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by bman11

I rode Reynolds DV46C's on on CX-1 for the first 2 years.. I just recently switched to Enve 3.4's. The Reynolds' were were a great match, but I am extremely happy with my new Enve's. My training wheels are a set of Mavic Ksyrium ES's that are indestructible.
Just dig in and climb it!!!

spliid
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by spliid

They are both some really nice wheels. The Reynolds are just to expensive. I have always loved the ES editions.

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