There is another thread on these in the forumtonytourist wrote:My friend has been riding his for right at a year and aside from the lackluster build quality, they've been problem free.
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for an everyday, you'd think to avoid. i mean the pawls are held in place by a rubber O ringtakashi24 wrote: ↑Sat Jan 18, 2020 4:57 pmHi,
I interested purchase this rim. I watched youtuber Ride of Japan which he said the wheel gave him most problems and read all the comment available here.
It's going to be my primary all-day wheelset. I would like to know what know more any problem owner in here facing and what are the extra miles take to make sure these Extralite wheel works same as the first receive them? Any long term review?
FYI, the road in my cycling route are not butter smooth and some times caught off guard hitting potholes. Should I be worry if using it?
Look forward more feedback about Xtralite Cyber disc 38C owner. Thanks in advance
I'm 194lbs 88kgs, I'm thinking of buying these just b/c of the price. I can relate to you saying being the size of a jockey but to me cycling doesn't reflect average male body size/proportions. Sure there are large powerful sprinters but they are few & far between with lithe builds & climbers of smaller stature winning the day.
Yes, at 86kg, you aren't going to fare well with an 800g wheelset.George46GR wrote: ↑Sat Feb 15, 2020 9:05 pmDear @UpFromOne, would you suggest the Extralite Cyberdisc 38C wheelset (1070 gr) for a 86 kg (relatively strong) rider? Or they are very delicate ? I want them for every day use (road use only, not gravel) with a lot of climbing and decents. Our roads here in my areas are not the best in the world....
Alternatively, I am thinking of the Extralite CyberFront and Rear SPD 2 hubs (the same used with the Cyberdisks 38C), with the Parcours Grimpeur 40 mm rims. The Grimpeur rims come at 405 gr each, so a wheelst with them, the extralite hubs and Sapim CX Ray spokes is expected to reach 1270 gr.
Thank you very much in advance, George.
Yes, at 86kg, you aren't going to fare well with an 800g wheelset.
Im ard 85kg. Been using the Extralite 38c Disc wheel for the past 3 mths (approx 2000km) on my F12 with no issue yet.George46GR wrote: ↑Sat Feb 29, 2020 9:51 pmMy goal is to built a reliable and safe wheelset at around 1100 to 1200 grams (30 up to 40 mm deep), pre-built OR custom. Both solutions are acceptable. The question is: Can the pre-built Extralite Cyberdisks 38C (1070 gr, 2100 euros) handle my 85 kg weight ? I have already e-mailed them, but they did not provide a clear answer....