Ritchey Carbon Wheels

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Phat Wookie
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by Phat Wookie

Any of you guys notice these wheels at the worlds? And are they gonna be any good or the usual semi-soft, semi-light Ritchey thing? UST version? They look good at least!
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So, what's the deal here? These wheels gonna be any good?
I may not be very good at what I do... But at least I'm slow!

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by Frankie - B

you might wan't to read this: http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... php?t=2760

Those rims are 650 c with dugast tubulars.
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by Phat Wookie

Thx man! Though I was hoping for someone to have some concrete data like weight and stiffness... YO Frishi! You out there? Spill it!
I may not be very good at what I do... But at least I'm slow!

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