Reynolds Cirro 'Clincher'

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Mav54
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by Mav54

Has any one seen these yet. Chris Wherry was riding these in Philly on Sunday with his Maxxis tires. I looked on Reynolds site, no mention of these wheels yet.

ender wiggins
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by ender wiggins

Just Google it. They are pricy at $1,800 / pair.


http://www.nytro.com/Reynolds_Cirro_SV_KOM_2005.html

big fellow
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by big fellow

had a look at these at one of my LBS yesterday...

they are definitely light, and the workmanship on them is superb, the hubs spin beautifully and they look oh so :twisted:

can't help thinking and wondering what would happen if the clincher breaks though - after all it is carbon...

awesome looking wheels though

micropox
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by micropox

Cirro KOM does not have a clincher version. I think it is the new model 2005 Cirro MID-V clincher.

Check out the 2005 catalog at this site:
http://www.reynoldscomposites.com/2005.pdf

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divve
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by divve

Yeah, Mid V clincher @ 1480 claimed grams is a whole lot less interesting. No point in a carbon wheel sets that weigh equal or more than aluminum.

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