Anyone on alto wheels?

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TobinHatesYou
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by TobinHatesYou

Yeah, it was a bit of use error there. The original listed specs were 110psi, but I guess that changed when they shipped. I do think that they would have held with a traditional hooked clincher rim though. Ultimately the Altos ride extremely well. I would not be able to discern them from my ENVEs or Zipps in a blind test if not for freehub sounds.
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ddecastro
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by ddecastro

Been following this thread for a while. Have a bike shop in the midwest. Don't let the haters get you down man!

Bobby. Quick question I saw the bike display rack that you have on your website. Are those available at dealer pricing if we become a dealer? Thats a cool design, did you guys make them in house?

BobbySweeting
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by BobbySweeting

ddecastro: Thanks man, we would love to work with you. We have an extremely small number of haters (maybe 3?) and they all exist in anonymity on the internet, so we're pretty happy with that! But we work extremely hard and spend an enormous amount of investment funds on R&D, so we don't want any haters at all! That's why I am always happy to participate on the forums and answer any questions that people may have.

We don't make the display stands, that's something that we buy along with the rest of our trade show display material. We just apply the green vinyl when it arrives to us! But it's an excellent design and an extremely small footprint, no doubt about it. There's a steep discount for our retailers to pick up a display stand and a few options for you to get one for free, so we can definitely get you set up. Please send us a message through the contact page of our website and I'll send over our dealer packet so that you can look everything over. Looking forward to it!

Cheers,
Bobby

martinfrias
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by martinfrias

Well i have my set of Altos ccx52 for 2 months now, weight almost spot on, and hubs run smooth, great product, will be looking forward to a deeper disc set, greetings from Chile
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NewYorkNick
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by NewYorkNick

I'm a shop dude lucky enough to get EP on everything so I'm building a hotboyz caad12 disc and am so freakin excited for my murdered-out alto ccx40s which I *hope* my manager is ordering today. Very excited for these wheels and to show off on my shop's socials and watch the alto orders roll in after the world sees how hot they are. :twisted:

TobinHatesYou
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by TobinHatesYou

martinfrias wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:06 am
Well i have my set of Altos ccx52 for 2 months now, weight almost spot on, and hubs run smooth, great product, will be looking forward to a deeper disc set, greetings from Chile
Did I just get an overweight pair of rims or what? Heh. But yes, the hubs are buttery smooth in-hand.

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