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If you weigh over 109 kg/240 lbs we advise you not to use this product. Non compliance with this warning can damage the product irreversibly. If you weigh 82 kg/180 lbs or more, you must be especially vigilant and have your bicycle inspected more frequently (than someone weighing less than 82 kg/180 lbs).
In my mind, anything with a weight limit is best suited to people who don't ever have to worry about weight limits (i.e. in the 60-70 kg range).
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Enve and ZIPP design products that can end up on a full brand's OEM range. That means they need to have design specs for any possible type of person using their product in the intended method.
Tune has products for people who want to invest in the upgrade of their existing equipment or a custom build. That means they design their products for a particular range of person which they've found to be within their target market.
Different types of apples that we're comparing here.
my french ability to read french is zero, and google translate did not show that the page said anything useful.
rico wrote:are Tune rear hubs still using an alu cassette body?
Pretty much everyone uses an aluminium freehub body for their lighter performance hubs. Shimano DA and White Ind use titanium. But their rear hubs are in the 250g range while Tune's hub set weighs under 200g.
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