Corima Aero+ MCC 700c Tubular Wheelset is the pinnacle of Corima engineering and technology. A true full carbon wheel from hub to spoke, the Aero+ MCC is a 47mm profile tubular powerhouse that is unrivaled in handling and control.
Brakes such as the [URL="http://trpbrakes.com/category.php?productid=1160&catid=182&subcat=0"]TRP T925[/URL] or [URL="http://www.wiggle.com/campagnolo-lateral-pull-front-and-rear-brakes-u-brakes/"]Campagnolo TT brakes[/URL] can be mounted the same way as regular side-pull brakes. If they are more ae ... Read More »
Hello everyone. This is my first post and I have what may or may not be a dumb question. I have entered a time trial that takes place this Saturday. It is 6.6 miles and 2600' of elevation gain. Straight up. My wife has a pair of aero wheels that she has offered to let me use for the event. These whe ... Read More »
What would be the approximate year of these wheels based on the stickers and characteristics? They have the smaller font for EC90 Aero, versus some wheelsets with fonts as big as Easton. 2013ish?
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Note: Pictures taken from Cycling Tips blog. Full article here: [url=http://cyclingtips.com.au/2014/09/the-best-of-eurobike-2014-bikes-and-wheels/]The best of Eurobike 2014: bikes and wheels | CyclingTips[/url]
Cyling Tips blog newest entry showed the best of Eurobike 2014. Pictures of BMC and Ca ... Read More »
Ok, I have been reading a lot about aero and time savings, and a 2000 carbon set hardly seems wOrth it.
I have a set of DATI hubs in a 20/24 configuration and was thinking of building them up into a semi aero budget wheelset.
Their wind data shows it to be very aero for such a short dep ... Read More »