Fulcrum Racing Zero wheelsets - tubular

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $1600.00

Product Description

With an aggressive hi-tech look and low weight the Racing 1 is a lively wheel that adapts easily to all racing conditions. 26mm high aluminium rims are made lighter by exclusive triple facing treatment. The rim's upper bridge has no spoke holes increas

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by cch a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: June 23, 2011

Strengths:    Tubeless
Red spokes

Weaknesses:    Pricey.
Stiff--the ride is harsher than any other clinchers I have used.

Bottom Line:   
Great wheels, especially if you run them tubeless. They spin well on the ceramic bearings, and are stiff. The red spokes you either love or hate, but I think they now come with black spokes. Mine have only required one touch up after a hole that sent a bottle flying (the only time I have ever lost a bottle), so I would say they are durable. Very light for such a stiff wheel.

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Price Paid:    $1400.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   HED Ardennes
Shimano DA WH-7850

Bike Setup:   Moots RSL w/ Di2

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by John Martin a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: March 28, 2010

Strengths:    Ceramic hubs, 2 way fit

Weaknesses:    None that I know of

Bottom Line:   
I don't have complaints with this wheel. I use it in almost all events. Crits, climbing, long distance, TT with strong side winds. It delivers the best of everything. No nonesense wheelset of which its main strength is its ceramic hubs. No rider weight limit. I haven't tried the tubeless tires on them but it delivers just the same.

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Favorite Ride:   Century

Price Paid:    $1200.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   Campy Eurus which is a lot stiffer but it aint ceramic bearing

Bike Setup:   09 Pinarello Prince of Spain, 2010 Campy Super 11 groupset, Fulcrum racing zero 2 way fit

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Fulcrum Racing Zero

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Dura-Ace C24 vs. Racing Zero

I have googled up and found some post out there about "Dura-Ace C24 vs. Racing Zero" and seems to be pretty much 50/50. Any recommendation? This is my first road bike, a little overkilled eh. I have been mountain biking for years, always had custom wheelset such as Chris King, DT 240s, Industr ... Read More »

Greasing Fulcrum Racing Zero bearings?

I got a pair of Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels last fall, and failed so far to adjust the bearings. Meaning, my Racing 3s on my commuter spin longer, and keep on oscillating for a while. The Zeros don't oscillate at all after they stop spinning, which tells me that the bearings have a higher resistance. ... Read More »

2011 Fulcrum Racing Zero spoke replacement

I caught something in my rear wheel and bent a spoke. Anyone know of a source for replacements? Thanks very much.Read More »

Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-Way Fit Clincher Wheelset

Hey guys, Seriously considering these as my next wheelset and wnated to get some further opinions. Price/Performance factor seems to be there when compared to comparable factory wheelsets. Shimano WH-7900 are also being considered. I like the fact that these rims will take both tubeless and tu ... Read More »

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