Mar 8, 2001 5:08 PM
|Looking for light wheels under 1300 g's,Anyone know of such.|
|re: light wheels||caldwell-cougar|
Mar 8, 2001 5:47 PM
1418g- its close!
|re: light wheels||Dog|
Mar 9, 2001 7:24 AM
|Velomax Ascent Pros (Lew rims)
Zipp 303 tubulars
ADA's (but very expensive)
All under that weight are tubulars, as far as I know.
|re: light wheels||MMaggi|
Mar 9, 2001 11:29 AM
|You might want to checkout http://www.amclassic.com/. They have a tubular carbon wheelset that weighs in at 1000g (2.2lbs). They want $890 for the set. Think they only come in a Shimano compatible hub though.
They might be able to build a wheelset with a campy compatible hub. Give them a buzz or drop 'em an e-mail.
|re: light wheels||Campbell|
Mar 10, 2001 4:47 AM
|That seems like a good light wheel.I'm going to check them out and see if anyone has any previews on them. thanks|
|Those look like Zipp 303 rims?||Dog|
Mar 11, 2001 2:36 PM
|Those rims look exactly like the Zipp 303 rims; do they have a common manufacturer? The specs are the same, too (38mm depth)
What do you think?
|They are Zipp 280 rims||BipedZed|
Mar 11, 2001 3:03 PM
|Zipp is essentially a manufacturer of carbon rims and discs. Zipp sells complete wheelsets using their 280 rims and re-branded Edco hubs as the 303. American Classic sells their wheelsets using rebranded Zipp 280 rims and their own hubs. Spinergy also uses Edco hubs in some of their wheelsets.