|Cane Creek racing clinchers and UCI wheel regs||jradford|
May 1, 2003 7:58 AM
|I have a set of Cane creek racing clinchers and a I would like to race on them. The UCI wheel regs say that any wheel with a rim deeper than 2.5cm needs to pass that test. Well I looked up the approved wheels on the UCI web site and they are not there.
Here is my question. Are these wheels approved by the UCI and can I race on them?
|Making a bold assumption...||TJeanloz|
May 1, 2003 9:26 AM
|You actually asked two questions: Are these wheels approved by UCI? and Can I race on them?
I don't know about the first. Almost certainly on the second. Very few races in the US follow the UCI bike regs - and then only for Cat1-Pro riders. If you're an amatuer in the US, you definitely don't need to worry about this.
|Making a bold assumption...||jradford|
May 1, 2003 9:47 AM
|the race has stated that they will enforcing the UCI wheel regs. I have an email into them and to cane creek. but if someone here knows if there are approved or not it would be a big help.|
May 1, 2003 9:53 AM
|Well that's a pain. But I did check, and they are not approved:
May 1, 2003 11:01 AM
|Are we talking the Aeroheads or the Deep V Road? The Aeroheads are fine because they are only 21 mm rim depth, and therefore exempt. They meet the spoke count requirements too....
The Deep V road is another story, and it may be because Cane Creek never had them tested.
Oh yeah, and don't wait for an email back from Cane Creek... call them, they are cool about answering questions over the phone... here's the number 800-234-2725