The luxury of riding tubular tires gets even better with the Crono Racing Tubular wheels. The silver deep-section rim is very light and strong. Allowing as few as 16 spokes with no problem. Two diameters, three kinds of spokes -- in any combination, the Racing Tubular is one fast pair of wheels.
Hey wheel gurus,
I did a lot of research on numerous different wheels and hubs before deciding on the Enve 3.4s. I do a lot of climbing (well "a lot" is relative of course..but over 450,000' of elevation thus far in 2013). Anyways, would've loved to have gotten the Lightweight Gipfelsturm....but ... Read More »
Finally thinking of taking the plunge from clincher to tubular. I am so used to the (almost) bombproof/needleproof kevlar or whatever they make the armadillos and gatorskins out of, that the idea of a puncture flat on a tubular has kept me away from them. Are there tubular tires that offer this le ... Read More »
I been wanting to pull the trigger on some new deeper aero rims for a while now.
Thinking of getting some tubulars 60 mm rims. They are so much lighter than the clinchers, but my question is....
How difficult is the maintenance on tubulars?
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I am looking to make a decision on 3 wheel sets and needed some help.
I weigh 170 and race a couple crits and road races a year. Would also like to run them on my p1 if possible. Live in KS so not a lot of climbing or descending but lots of rolling hills. I have a Scott r15 with kysrium elites. The ... Read More »