Our CARBON 38 is truly remarkable! At 1150 grams, it is one of the worlds lightest traditionally- laced 38mm Carbon Tubular wheelsets on the market today. ROL has created a no-holds-barred racing wheel. We've combined our new proprietary, forged alloy hubset and mated it with SAPIM's CX-RAY spokes, arguably the lightest and strongest stainless steel spokes on the market today. Add the 280 gram American-made full carbon rim and you've got one of the most beautiful wheelsets on the planet. Look for our "DEEP DISH" 58mm full carbon tubular January 2007.
Strengths: Lightweight and cheaper than zipp 303's.
Used these at Ironman Lake Placid. Super light and fast up and down hills. The owner was really helpful and did everything he could to get them to me in time for LP. Looking forward to road racing these next season.
I have over 6,000 miles on my RoL Race SL's and they're holding up beautifully. I'm thinking of going lighter and tubular and I'm wondering if people have experience with Carbon 38's specifically. How do they stack up against, let's say, Mavic Cosmic Carbone Ultimate? I know that they're slight ... Read More »
Anyone riding the Williams 38 carbon clincher? Thinking of getting a set and looking for some feedback on them. How do they compare to the Reynolds, and Eastons? I know that the price seems really good. Decent hubs? Seems hard to find much in the way of reviews on the carbon 38's
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Looking for a set of 38 carbon clinchers for my titanium triangle ;-).
Riding conditions: Hilly, sometimes rough roads.
Weight: 135 lbs
The new shoes should be light and fast (of course) - and possibly around USD 1000.
So Edge, Zipp etc. is out of the picture, looking at Easton, Soul, Boyd ... Read More »
I have not been cycling for a long time - i was lucky enough to pick up a super deal on a cervelo soloist which i absolutely adore last year, but i think it is time to upgrade some parts!
Firstly, i am looking to upgrade my wheels; i currently have a set of stock Easton Vista's which ... Read More »