Wheels: ADA vs. Lightweight

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Roy Gardiner
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by Roy Gardiner

http://www.ada.prorider.org/

http://www.lightweightwheels.com/

Look uncannily similar, don't they? Is there more to this than meets the eye?
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HäddaFahn

by HäddaFahn

Thats an old hat.
The ADA suck...lightweights dont...its simple as that.
Its just a bad copy thats all.

by Weenie


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by guest

I second that. Cees Beers is the master of plageurism. He runs a bike lockup at a train station and screws around with wheels in his free time.

Lightweight is the ONLY way to go.

Roy Gardiner
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by Roy Gardiner

Thanks for the quick feedback.

HäddaFahn wrote:Thats an old hat.
The ADA suck...lightweights dont...its simple as that.
Its just a bad copy thats all.


I'd heard the rumours, but did not want to pre-empt the result. But some of the pros look like they're using ADAs not Lightweights, indeed I think I see the ADA brand on David Millar's Worlds RR bike. Surely they would know good from copy!
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Guest

by Guest

They were several test of both wheels...and the ADAs suck..they arent as stiff as the lightweights not even good in aerodynamics... ohh and there weight sucks indeed badly.
The cosmic carbon of mavic are better as the ADA...and thats a "poser" Wheelset...:)

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