Mavic A 319 Rims

Mavic A 319 Rims 

DESCRIPTION

  • 6106 aluminum alloy
  • Double eyelet
  • Internal wear indicator

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 26, 2011]
Peter_T
Recreational Rider

Strength:

Strong
Nice ride -- not too much or too little flex
Clyde-friendly
Good value

Weakness:

Heavy -- but they're supposed to be

Purchase price is for F & R built with Shimano 105 hubs, 32 spoke. I got these 17 months ago and I use them on my commuter -- so far with Panaracer Pasela 32 tires. I am +200Ibs and they've held up well for my commute in the Hudson Valley, over roads that I would call moderately rough. I've been in NYC on them several times -- once for the all-urban century there -- and they have withstood the more serious challenges of big city streets, no problem. Wide and heavy, these are not for racing. But they're a great option for commuting, city riding, and I would guess trails and touring.

Similar Products Used:

None

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 08, 2010]
Jesse D Smith
Commuter

Strength:

Well...strength. Eyelets. Quality control

Weakness:

Not welded seams,but finding those on wider 700c rims is extremely rare.

I laced up a silver 36-hole version to a Nexus 8-speed hub using Wheelsmith DB14 spokes. The rim was straight and true. The wheel has remained true after 1700 miles. Eyelets are fine, no separation. The rim's seam was aligned fine, no sharp protrusion.

Similar Products Used:

Velocity Synergy

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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