Cero AR30 evo

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Sandercycling
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by Sandercycling

I'm looking for new wheels and I have seen Cero AR30 evo and they look very interesting. Who has expierience with this wheels? For me they just need to be light, stiff, bombproof, aluminium and a bit aero. So I can ride some criteriums with them.

zefs
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by zefs

Ι have the ARD23's and they are great. I'd say better than Fulcrum Racing 3 I had which are also great wheels but more expensive.

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Sandercycling
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by Sandercycling

And if you compare them with Fulcrum Racing Zero/Campagnolo Shamal Ultra?

Sanjay
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by Sanjay

I have a pair of the AR30 Evos and they have been great. They are about 9 months old, light, tough and quick to accelerate. They are also tubeless ready and come with tubeless tape fitted and valves which have been great for using with Schwalbe Pro Ones and now Hutchinson Fusion All Seasons. They replaced a pair of Mavic Ksyriums and the Ceros are a much better in my opinion.

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Sandercycling
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by Sandercycling

And the bearings and the hubs, are they good? Do they run smooth, are they well sealed?

gewichtweenie
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by gewichtweenie

zefs wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:14 pm
Ι have the ARD23's and they are great. I'd say better than Fulcrum Racing 3 I had which are also great wheels but more expensive.
i have the ARD23s. i sneezed on them and the hub shell chipped/cracked.

Sandercycling
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by Sandercycling

And the Cero AR30 evo's are better than Cero Ar24's so the performance of the AR30's are then comparable with Fulcrum Racing Zero or Campagnolo Shamal Ultra?

bikergrove
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by bikergrove

I had the original AR30's and they were good. Lightweight and quick to accelerate. The Chosen hubs didn't last more than a season however as the pawls started to break inside the freehub body. I sent them back and Cycle Division who begrudgingly replaced them.

I have a pair of AR22's which are a rebranded XR22t's. They've been solid. The AR30 EVO is an Alexrim rim but unsure about the hub. Probably a bixex or similar Taiwanese brand.

Bikergroves Sr has bought a pair of Cero AR30 evo's. He got them for £350 in the sale which seemed like a good deal. I'll find out how he's getting on.

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