Need advice for Zipp 101

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zgundam
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by zgundam

Hi all,

Do u have any experience to the Zipp 101 wheels? How to compare with Fulcrum Racing Zero?

thanks all


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mjduct
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by mjduct

2 different wheelsets for 2 different purposes, 1400 grams and skinny(fulcrum), vs. 1600 grams and aero(zipp)

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Ghost234
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by Ghost234

The Zeros are in the upper 1400 range, mine were 1483g. Zipps are a little heavier around 1580g.


I would recommend the Zeros personally. Extremely stiff, very durable. The hubs are super smooth and make a very nice freehub sound. The Zipps don't seem quite as nice, and have an annoying freehub sound.

Dustin
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by Dustin

They're both obnoxiously loud after use.

My customers that have both choose the Fulcrum Zeros.

I had Ones and chose 101s (front wheel was taken out in a crit...no shops in the large town I was in had Fulcrum [or Campy] spokes).

I prefer how 101s corner and how they hold their speed. The Ones seemed to jump a little better, but it was minimal.

joeyruan
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by joeyruan

Ghost234 wrote:The Zeros are in the upper 1400 range, mine were 1483g. Zipps are a little heavier around 1580g.


I would recommend the Zeros personally. Extremely stiff, very durable. The hubs are super smooth and make a very nice freehub sound. The Zipps don't seem quite as nice, and have an annoying freehub sound.

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