I've had a pair now for 2+ seasons, clincher version. I'm a bit lighter than you but have not had any problems. The wheels have stayed extremely true. I like the offset drilling in the rear rim. Theoretically making for a stronger build.JBF said:I weigh 155 lbs. and want a low maintenance wheel. I found a pair thru my local shop with 200 miles on them for $400. A good deal?
I have Neutrons and the wheel (with slight difference) mentioned by Bianchi4me. I love my Neutrons but did bend one rim in a pothole. Had it fixed to almost perfect true. However, I must admit that Bianchi4me's wheels are one hell of a bargain at his price. I only have 300 miles on them but they are outstanding performers, light and time will only tell how the hubs hold up. I know the Sapim spokes and Velocity rims are tough as nails. It is all a matter of how much you want to spend.....AJS said:Hey bianchi4me -
I'm all for custom-built's, but let's also remember one of the biggest reasons why the Nukes and other Campy wheels have been so reliable: because the spokes are set into the rims and hubs the way the are, the spoke tension is so much higher than guys like you can do at an LBS, which makes for a stronger wheel.
I wouldn't worry too much about the Nukes getting messed up and needing warranty service. Short of a stupid move or an accident, they can hold up to just about any "normal" riding you can put them through.