Zipp's New DEEEEEEP Section Monster

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TedB
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by TedB

Rumor has it that you will see this 60mm monster on Tyler's bike in the Prologue this Saturday...
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by Racing Aardvark

saw that on cyclingnews.com. Looks similar to the Hed Deep (with the addition of dimples and a different rim shape).

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TedB wrote:Rumor has it that you will see this 60mm monster on Tyler's bike in the Prologue this Saturday...


yeeeah-and cn says the rim is 80mm deep! it shall save him about 16secs on a 40k run (again: says cn).

two years ago i took the chance to go on a test drive with
a hed deep front/rear disk tt-setup...and: it was quiet comfy! (there was NO wind).
i dunno how it´ll react in windy conditions, and it it was faster, but it felt great and really stable.
...i surely need more money :roll:

thats the way how it shall work
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by Rogue_M3

It has to be deeper than 60mm. The 404 is 58mm and that thing is waaaay deeper than the 404. I think Tobias is right it's more in the range of 80mm.

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by TedB

Right, maybe the 60mm figure is a missprint. Looks more like ~80mm.

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