Reynolds 58 Aero wheelsets - clincher

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $2775.00

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Reynolds 58 Aero(0x983f9760)

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by cervelott a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: June 24, 2014

Strengths:    These wheels are the bomb. Unbelievable stability in crosswinds, extremely fast and at their best over 30 kph, best wheels I have ever owned bar none. Very high standard of finish, could not be happier.

Weaknesses:    A little pricey but there are good deals out there.

Bottom Line:   
Extremely stable in crosswinds, hold their speed very well and seems easier to maintain higher speeds with less wattage output. The 58 mm deep dish rim is an ideal, all around size for fast group rides and everyday training.

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Favorite Ride:   Agoura, California

Bike Setup:   Colnago C59, Dura Ace.

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Reynolds Aero 58

Has anyone got the Reynolds Aero 58 wheels. Been looking at these against Zipp 404 Firecrest CC. They seem to be going in different directions technology wise. Zipps have a round blunt shape where the spokes go into the rim, the Reynolds come to point, guess time will tell which technology goes fo ... Read More »

Thoughts and Concerns on new Wheels - Reynolds Aero 58

Hi All, I'm very interested when Reynolds starts to release the Aero 58 that they recently announced, but i do have a few questions and concerns that hopefully you all can help answer. I currently run Zipp 303 firecrest Carbon Clinchers. They are fantastic, they roll smooth, i'm constantly coast ... Read More »

Aero advantage between 58 vs 52 rims

In your experiances. Is their a noticable aero advantage between a 52mm rim vs a 58 mm rim? Or do you need to go 68/80 deep before you have a true aero advantage over a 52mm or even a 45mm deep rim.Read More »

Cane Creek Arus 58 or Corima aero Tubs

I have an option to buy : Canes.. have only a few miles on them. new condition, Corima's are unused.. From 2005 I suspect.. Both smoking deals.. Any reasons to choose one over the other. Seems like info is limited on both of these wheel sets. I'm a 185 pound diesel engine/road racer. Cheers, ChrisRead More »

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