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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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nzkiwiguy
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by nzkiwiguy

This is a friggin awesome site guys. The feedback you give is exceptional. Can you name some good wheel builders out there. I have used one(as you will see in other posts). great wheels, but limited range of options.

here's what I am after

A lightweight semi-aero wheel for hill climbing and hilly TT's. Clincher's

a deep (40 - 50mm) full aero set of tubs. I use zipp 404 clinchers now and want to get them lighter.

would love your thoughts

As far as me 180lb endurance rider

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Ye Olde Balde One
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by Ye Olde Balde One

nzkiwiguy wrote:This is a friggin awesome site guys. The feedback you give is exceptional. Can you name some good wheel builders out there. I have used one(as you will see in other posts). great wheels, but limited range of options.

here's what I am after

A lightweight semi-aero wheel for hill climbing and hilly TT's. Clincher's

a deep (40 - 50mm) full aero set of tubs. I use zipp 404 clinchers now and want to get them lighter.

would love your thoughts

As far as me 180lb endurance rider


The best wheels I have had in the past two years have come from Spada. He uses his own hubs and does an awesome job. Makes wheels in both area's your looking at with some of the best weights out there.

I'm just a customer, but the quality of product from them has been excellent for a small company.
Ride lightly!

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nzkiwiguy
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by nzkiwiguy

is there a usa distributor of do you deal direct

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