Product Description

This is the rim you've been waiting for! 24mm wide to accept a wide variety of tires depending on riding style and terrain. Strong double wall design holds up well to strenuous torque.

Excellent tandem or touring rim

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by steel515 a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: December 2, 2008

Strengths:    strong, quality

Weaknesses:    heavy

Bottom Line:   
good with touring tire, not for racing. no problems.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by steel a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: December 2, 2008

Strengths:    comfortable, strong, decent quality.

Weaknesses:    weight

Bottom Line:   
this rim is 480g, with wide tires and spokes it becomes heavy, but its not for racing.
It'd make a touring rim. It has slight flex/comfort built in, similar to MA3/ Open Sport, strong enough for most people. but not very stiff. Slightly stiffer than MA3/ Open Sport.

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Similar Products Used:   open sport

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jens5 a Commuter

Date Reviewed: August 22, 2006

Strengths:    Well priced. Good looking,very strong rim! Best for Touring and commuting.

Weaknesses:    Hard to get in 36 hole silver. A little heavy.

Bottom Line:   
Had these laced to 36 hole Phil Woods. Bombproof!. I took a hit on a hidden pothole on a rainy fast descent during a Metric Century the other day that about threw me off the bike. Checked the true after the ride. Didn't even need to touch it up!

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Favorite Ride:   Anywhere

Price Paid:    $50.00

Purchased At:   Yellow Jersey

Similar Products Used:   Mavic- Sun- Wolber

Bike Setup:   Surly LHT. Cherry 58cm. Campy & Shimano,Phil Woods Hubs & BB. Brooks,Tubus racks. All the usual touring/commuting suspects.

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Velocity Dyad drillings

Been searching for a while now but cannot seem to find a definite anwser, so if anyone knows ... Are the spoke holes drilled with an alternating angle every other whole or are they center-drilled ? Thank you.Read More »

Velocity Dyad?

Has anyone built up these rims? They're similar in profile to the A23 or the Aerohead, but they're 24 mm wide. Not to start a tubular vs. clincher debate or anything, but I'm wondering if that extra mm or two would mean much lower pressure without pinching...Read More »

Inner width of Dyad and Fusion

Hello, I'm curious as to whether or not anyone knows the actual internal width of Velocity Fusion and Dyad Rims. I'm trying to decide the tire range of each. Thanks PS-I tried a search and got no results.Read More »

Velocity Dyad 650C?

I'm investigating part selections to build up an old steel MTB frame for its third incarnation as a commuter bike. From my research it appears that 650C wheels are a good choice for MTB bikes and that the Velocity Dyad is a great rim. However I'm a little unsure if one can get a Dyad in 650C. The ... Read More »

Velocity Dyad-any experience

I am looking at using Velocity Dyad rims on a turing bike. Velocity sells them with their own hubs- anyone have experience/comments on these wheels, hubs or rims?Read More »

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