Borne of earth, stone and wind, the Aegis Shaman is a reigning champion of versatility. Singularly at home ripping single-track, fire roads or scorching the pavement-the Shaman is the first bicycle on the planet to bring carbon to cross. Realize your riding potential: with the Shaman at hand, boundaries are a thing of the past.
I just bought a Crux and I want to get a second set of wheels for smooth tires and leave the CX tires on the DT Axis 2.0 wheels. I can get a set of brand new EA50 aero's for $300 or a set of Roval Pave SL's with 1000 miles on them for the same price (slight cassette munching on the freehub body). Ar ... Read More »
Greetings! I'm hoping some folks might have some guidance on my decision regarding these older wheelsets. I started biking in 2009 and at least half of my enjoyment is tinkering with the equipment itself. I'm currently riding a Specialized Tricross setup mainly as a road bike. That's currently my ... Read More »
I'd like to put a set of Vittoria Evo Pave CG Tubular 700 x27's on my pretty wide new version Zipp 303's....but don't know if that will fit in the rear triangle of my Scott Addict...anybody try this? I'm thinking the 700 x 24 size is a safer bet, but would like to do the 27's as that setup will defi ... Read More »