This alloy wheelset is a great training option that can also be used for racing. With Sapim Race double butted spokes, this wheelset is an excellent value. 20 radial laced spokes on the front ensure a lightweight option while the rear wheel has 24 spokes double crossed on both sides. This means you can rack up the miles without having to worry about the strength and durability of the wheel. Since we use the same hub on all our wheels, using these for training and the carbon wheels for racing is a smooth transition without having to worry about adjusting your derailleur on race day. 682 grams front / 845 grams rear.
Never saw the weight posted anywhere, so I weighed my size M Lynskey Rouleur. Including the seat clamp, derailleur hanger, and water bottle bolts (basically as shipped if you buy the frame) it weighs 1384 grams (3.05 lbs). Not bad for a Ti frame!Read More »
I've been doing a lot of research for a while now and have come down to these two wheels as upgrade potentials for my new Roubaix. My riding style is as follows: horrible climber (any weight advantage I can get Ill take), bigger rider (175), loves to sprint and haul on the downhills, no racing just ... Read More »
I flew to Paris this summer with a number of objectives: #1, a means to enter Europe and get to my final destination in England without going through that dump known as Heathrow airport; #2, consume 'Teh Kulchers' and take pictures of it; #3, watch the end of Le Tour and cheer Cav and Cadel to a fin ... Read More »
I've got about 100 miles on my new Truvativ Rouleur double crankset, and I am experiencing a problem. No matter how tight I crank down the bolt on the left-side crankarm, I still get a small amount of rotational "play" (movement) between the crankarm and the spindle. This isn't free mov ... Read More »