Zipp Speed Weaponry 60 wheelsets - clincher

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $1499.99


Product Description

Zipp 60 Clincher Wheels(0x1e86c7a78)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Piero Kwong

Date Reviewed: December 27, 2013

Strengths:    - Very good value
- Don't need to swap over between carbon pad and aluminium pad
- I have no issue with strong crosswind so far
- Stiffness, this is REALLY stiff! Excellent for power transfer
- Package even comes with the tube and valve extender.
- Excellent braking power in all condition with the aluminium braking surface
- Build quality


Weaknesses:    - Same as most aero wheels, it's not the quickest wheels to power up. But I don't mean it's slow either.


Bottom Line:   
I was comparing this with the latest 2013 DuraAce C50. Both of them are in the same market of carbon wheelset with aluminium braking surface.

I like both of them and I cannot tell any difference in terms of the ride quality. But in Australia, the C50 cost 2/3 more than the ZIPP 60, so this is a very clear choice for me.

I am loving this ZIPP 60 now. It really making me wanting to get onto my bike and going for more ride.

Once I the speed getting up to 27 to 32 km/h (really easy on this wheels), it's really easy to maintain it there, with a bit of pedal attack interval, 37km/h as an average is very easily achievable.

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Favorite Ride:   30 to 50 km ride with combination of flat and climbs

Similar Products Used:   ZIPP 404 2009, Fulcrum Racing 3

Bike Setup:   Scultura 907 with full Ultegra (2013)



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