The CORIMA AERO wheel is THE worldwide reference for design and quality of the carbon wheel, it is the wheel that all other manufacturers try to copy.
Winners of the most prestigious races are riding CORIMA AERO wheels. Best climber, best sprinter, though this might be under a different brand name than the original manufacturer us, CORIMA.
Being the first is a good thing, staying the best is even better!
In addition to the weight, lateral rigidity, low inertia in rotation, aerodynamics, reliability criteria we bring you advice and the service that only a manufacturer can give you. Working close to the market means that CORIMA can offer to you, our customer, this high quality performance wheel at the best price.
The CORIMA AERO wheel has the ability to be used for either flat or undulating roads.
Strengths: aero, relatively light and very stiff. They roll up to speed very fast and hold it with much less effort than other wheels. Very good value compare to zipps and others.
Weaknesses: None. They are good value and quality wheels
These wheels are fast. With a good set of tubs glued on and pumped to 150psi, these things hum along the road and are very stiff and aero. down hills you notice how fast they roll up to speed and accelerate away from others not on these wheels. Climbing is great with the low weight and sprinting is good with lateral stiffness. good all round racing wheel!!
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I'm thinking about buying a set of aero carbon tubular wheels. My rides are pretty much all on the flats, roughly half of the time solo and half in pelotons (informal racing at this stage, though more serious age group racing is a possibility), at distances up to 100mi or occasionally more. Some d ... Read More »
Hi, I just got a pair of the EC 90 Aero's for cross and noticed that the freehub indicated that it will only accept a Shimano Durace 10spd cassette. I tried unsuccessfully to install an Ultegra 10spd cassette. I also noticed that the thin spacer (non Mavic) does not fit on the freehub itself. Am ... Read More »
Have been looking around for a set of deep profile light carbon wheels and chanced upon ec90 aero. They come in at a decent price and low overall weight for 56mm rims.
However im wondering if anyone knows the actual weight of the rims. Since rim weight is more important than overall weight.
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I am considering buying a set of the Easton EC90 Aero Tubular wheels, but have a question for those that currently use these wheels or have experience with these wheels.
The nipples are not external and as a result would require the tubular tire to be removed in order to true them up, if needed.
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