Protech Composites Carbon Clincher Rim Rims

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $350.00

Product Description

  • 100% Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber
  • 370 Gram Rim Weight
  • 16/20/24/28 Spoke Drilling
  • 30mm Rim Cross Section
  • Standard Nips and Spokes
  • Quality made in the USA

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Dmfmtn a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: June 11, 2009

    Bottom Line:   
    Had these rims built up as they seem to offer the aero, strength and lightness benefits of Edge or Reynolds carbon rims at half the price. After 150 miles they have felt great. They are also easy to true at the LBS, nothing exotic like some of the new Mavics. Braking performance seems close to alumninum rims (using Reynolds carbon-specific brake pads).

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    Price Paid:    $350.00

    Purchased At:   custom wheel builder

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    A carbon clincher rim article.........

    Here ya go - [url=]The Torqued Wrench: Taking on the carbon clincher[/url] My findings exactly.Read More »

    Reynolds and Enve Carbon Clincher Rim Users

    I'm looking at building a set of wheels for a new bike and I'm deep into rim selection. 169cm, 55kg, I can climb and roll in a group with the fast guys but on the flat into the wind, I'm a dead man. My daily riders are Ambrosio Excellence, 36, 3x, 25c Conti 4season Weekend rides including ... Read More »

    Stans Tubeless rim strip in 700c Chinese carbon clincher for CX

    Looking at new CX wheels and want to know if anyone has tried this? I think it should work but im not sure if it will be burp free... If no one knows, Ill try it one my road wheel later in the week when I acquire a rim strip and treaded valve extender.Read More »

    Carbon clincher "handling" differences vs standard rim?

    Going to start racing with my carbon clinchers (60mm deep) and wondering if I should expect any handling differences, particularly in the rain and with descending (other than the increased sensitivity to cross-winds, which I have already noticed a little). Thank in advance for any input!Read More »

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