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Lightweight Wheel websiteGreyhound
May 8, 2002 11:17 PM
Does anybody have the adress for Lightweight or any info on them? Im talking about the company that used to be ADA, not lightweight wheels in the general holly grail sense.

Thanks,
Greyhound
re: Lightweight Wheel websitemfuchs1
May 9, 2002 3:19 AM
The ada website is www.ada.prorider.com I don't know about lightweight. Hope this helps
Heres some infogregdogg62
May 9, 2002 5:42 AM
This is a article on slowtwitch.com about when Udo Bolts used the wheels a Ironman Hawaii. The real website for ADA is www.ada.prorider.org

http://65.174.100.110/cgi-bin/parse.pl?file=../web/mainheadings/features/ironman/surveybolts.html&text=lightweight
re: Lightweight Wheel websitegeert
May 10, 2002 12:25 AM
websiteis www.lightweightwheels.com
more informatio can be found at www.rbsperformanceproducts.com

delivery time seems to be october
re: Lightweight Wheel websiteNSmith
May 13, 2002 5:06 AM
Ada USED to be Lightweight. And lightweight is actually a company called Heylight. It is actually a gentleman in Germany by the name of Prof. Heydenreich. Ada is owned by a man named Cees Beers. He used to work for Heylight and took the ideas back to his native Denmark and is producing a wheelset "similar" to them. The Heylight/Lightweightr wheelset is the one that was used by Lance, Jan, Axel, Bjarne and others in the TDF. I know, Because I own a pair and have talked to Prof. H about them. They differ from the ADA in they used carbon/kevlar spokes that are flat instead of round kevlar "socks" with a titanium inner core. I have seen the ADA, they are a tad heavier then the Heylight/lightweight. Any other questions, let me know., yes I do have photos of them to prove I own them.
re: Lightweight Wheel websitegeert
May 13, 2002 6:16 AM
prof.heydenreich is no professor and since 1997 has nothing
to do anymore with leightweight who is owned by mr.obermayer

mr.beers is a dutchman and producing his wheels in his native netherlands.

the lightweight wheels passed the new uci rules.