You mean this:
I feel with you - I love my Venn Rev 507 too, knock on wood, so far no issues. I clocked around 4000 km with Continental Race Light Tubes and Vittoria Corsas 23c, they inflating to 26 mm - rear 6.5 Bar, front 6.2 Bar - I'm around 64 kg.shannonlinnan wrote: ↑Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:22 amIt's hard to say... The wheels have been bulletproof and they seemed to hold pressure, so had it not been for the fact that I was not fond of the gp5000tl's I may not have noticed the cracks, or worse may have been the victim of a catastrophic failure had I not picked up on the damage.
My new Vittorias arrived and when installing them I noticed the cracks.
The front wheel is still perfect, they hold pressure well (I've always run tubeless setup) and I'm disappointed to have to give them up as I love the look.
Of anyone has one I'd love to hear from you!
When do you expect the 507 VAR to be available? And what kind of weight for the wheelset? Heavier than the REV series? Thanks!vmajor wrote: ↑Thu Feb 06, 2020 8:51 amWell, filament winding can achieve low weights. We have different performance targets: uniform stiffness around the circumference due to uniform layup and laminate thickness, high pull spoke through strength - in excess of 500 kfg, and we do not stipulate rider weight limits, or tire inflation limits - just pay attention to the maximum pressures on the tire sidewall.
I am familiar with Light Bicycle, their products and their process and I commend them for their rim design prowess and amazing molding quality (the raw finish they achieve right out of the mold is frankly spectacular) but we are not competing with them.