Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:00 pm
No experience with running tubeless on this wheelset, but been super happy with them so far running clincher. for $700 bucks, this wheelset is a beauty and ride flawless so far. I don't ride in the wet and black coating still in tact after 1200 miles.
Still happy with these? Been considering them along with fulcrum racing zero nite
LOVE it! Still look and ride like new after 1500 miles. This wheelset is straight bomb proof also. Hit a huge pot hole last week, and rode it through like a champ. I chose this wheelset over the Fulcrum mainly dude to the stealthy look of it. Purchase it through Starbike for around $700USD and it came with DT swiss quick release and also brake pads. It took over a little 2 weeks but definitley worth the wait
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I just bought a pair of the 32mm wheels to replace a worn pair of Fulcrum alloys I'm retiring. I've only done a couple hundred km on them but I only intended them to be a spare set of wheels when I'm not using my carbon wheels. They ride that well that I might keep them on and report back on brake track wear after a few thousand km.
They brake well too, or it could just be the swissstop pads.