Jun 9, 2003 9:27 AM
|Anyone have any experience with these wheels. Am thinking about picking up a set for TT use. No reviews that I could find, has anyone used them and have anything to report?
Also, should I get a pair of the tri spokes, or just one for the front and a disk for the back. Might have to wait a little longer for the latter ($).
Jun 9, 2003 9:57 AM
|I ran a pair of tri spokes on my Aegis Trident until I "retired" from racing. For 2 years of training and racing, they |
were great wheels. They are a little heavy. But that is more than made up for because they are SO aerodynamic. To take advantage of the aero, you need to be at or above about 20mph. I never had an once of problems with these wheels. Two thumbs up!
Keep the rubber side down!
Jun 9, 2003 12:06 PM
|ditto... still one of the most aero wheelsets, composite or spoked, on the market... watch out though... HED is coming out with a ligher and more expensive version.
true dat... you'll need to maintain a minimum of 20+ (preferrably 24+) to reap the most aero benefit (over flat to flat to rolling terrain... though some use them for crits).
Be the bike.
|re: HED H3s||brider|
Jun 9, 2003 2:05 PM
|VERY nice wheels. I have a set of the Specialized version from a while back (1993?). No complaints.|
|re: HED H3s||Ron L|
Jun 11, 2003 1:34 PM
|If you like to have a set of the HED Tri-Spoke wheels. I have a demo set I'm selling. Not my cup of tea.