Reynolds Thirty Two wheelsets - clincher

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $2300.00


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Reynolds Thirty Two C Clincher Wheelset(0x983afdc0)


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by jmess a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: March 14, 2013

Strengths:    Reasonable weight for a carbon clincher.
Smoother ride compared to 46s
DT based hubs are super smooth
New brake track and pads are a big improvement.


Weaknesses:    Braking is much improved but still not alloy quality

Bottom Line:   
I have been riding some DV46UL clinchers for 4 years on my Orbea Orca. Found a great price on some 32s last year and couldn't pass it up. On the same bike and roads the 32s don't seem to hold speed on the flats as easy as the 46s do but seem better on the climbs and technical descents. The ride quality on rough roads is a little smoother than the 46s. Overall I am happy with them and the new brake track and blue pads work really well. After 1500 miles the out of the box true is still good. Just ordered a Bianchi Oltre XR that will roll with the 32s. The 46s are going back on the Orca. There are well over a 100 wheel brand choices out there. I have found Reynolds to be a good one.

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Favorite Ride:   Mix of hills and flats

Price Paid:    $1500.00

Purchased At:   Internet based deale

Similar Products Used:   Rolf Vigor
Custom built KLN 240s
Easton Orion
Mavic Ksyrium
Reynolds DV46ULs


Bike Setup:   07 Orbea Orca with 7800 DuraAce



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