Wheels for climbing

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

Paddypurplepuss wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:17 pm
Ah thats brillaint man. Keep me posted on the progresss. Have you got to test them descending in the rain yet?
Hopefully won't have to do too much of this, as I live in Los Angeles and it rarely rains here. Braking in the dry feels just as solid as the Zipps, if not better.

Update on progress - I put 300 miles on the wheels last week and am absolutely sold on them/my decision to ditch the zipps for them.
2018 Specialized Tarmac Pro - Oil Chameleon

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by robertbb

Don't get me wrong, I hope you enjoy the wheels.

But internal nipples... what bright spark at DT thought that was a good idea :?

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by Nefarious86

Fast becoming my favorite combo.

DT Swiss oxic 1400
Maxxis High Road TR
RapidAir sealant
Swissstop BXP padsImage

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