Fulcrum Racing Zero wheelsets - tubular

DESCRIPTION

With an aggressive hi-tech look and low weight the Racing 1 is a lively wheel that adapts easily to all racing conditions. 26mm high aluminium rims are made lighter by exclusive triple facing treatment. The rim's upper bridge has no spoke holes increas

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[Jun 23, 2011]
cch
Road Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Tubeless
Light
Stiff
Red spokes

Weakness:

Pricey.
Stiff--the ride is harsher than any other clinchers I have used.

Great wheels, especially if you run them tubeless. They spin well on the ceramic bearings, and are stiff. The red spokes you either love or hate, but I think they now come with black spokes. Mine have only required one touch up after a hole that sent a bottle flying (the only time I have ever lost a bottle), so I would say they are durable. Very light for such a stiff wheel.

Similar Products Used:

HED Ardennes
Shimano DA WH-7850

[Mar 28, 2010]
John Martin
Road Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Ceramic hubs, 2 way fit

Weakness:

None that I know of

I don't have complaints with this wheel. I use it in almost all events. Crits, climbing, long distance, TT with strong side winds. It delivers the best of everything. No nonesense wheelset of which its main strength is its ceramic hubs. No rider weight limit. I haven't tried the tubeless tires on them but it delivers just the same.

Similar Products Used:

Campy Eurus which is a lot stiffer but it aint ceramic bearing

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