eigner wrote:Seriously guys. When have we last seen a new wheelset that isnt just incremental changes to old design?
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maxxevv wrote:Will we get 'whistling' wheels in the process ??
etownfwd wrote:That rear hub looks an awful lot like the old Cane Creek Aros rear hub...
Although Cane Creek stopped making them a few years ago, they were pretty tough wheels, IIRC.
i understand that they are licensing the nipple-at-hub from Cane Creek. probably have their vendor making the hubs, as the hubs don't look similar, they look identical.
Quickdraw wrote:The article states, "In terms of weight, the Mercurio Ltd 60 wheelset (with 60mm deep rims) comes in at under 1,400g, which is up there (or down there, depending on how you look at it) with the best."
Zipp 404 and Hed Stinger 6's, both 60 mm deep rims, reportedly weigh 1,278 grams and 1,330 grams, respectively. The 3t wheels sound a little portly at around 1,400 grams.
Mr.Gib wrote:I think this is where you are making a mistake. If it was my money I'd be looking for a frame that climbs like a scalded baby monkey on amphetamines. A goat on steroids will just not be as fast uphill.