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Ksyriums ssc: best deal- where? how much?El Caballito
Oct 7, 2002 2:14 PM
am going for it, dont try to change my mind. where can i blow my hard earned $$$$.

thanks in advance
Total Cycling and Parker International . . .Look381i
Oct 8, 2002 3:05 AM
seem to be the best deals. Parker's price is lower, but its shipping is twice as much (about $60). Duty will likely run about $30. With Parker, you calculate the US$ price by removing VAT (multiply by .851) and then converting from British pounds to dollars. I did this two weeks ago, so these numbers may be off:

Parker: US$490 + 60 shipping + 30 duty = $580
TC: US$570 + 30 shipping + 30 duty = $630

A main problem these days is the weak dollar. You may find a better deal on ebay. Also check WCP.

By the way, I had the original Ksyriums and loved them. I just gave them to my son for his 16th birthday, so I needed a new pair of wheels. I ended up buying the Campy Eurus instead of the SLs. They are light, but I think they are less comfortable than the Ks on rough roads. I am now thinking about getting a pair of Ks also.
ThanksEl Caballito
Oct 8, 2002 7:26 AM
for your imput. Will check out.
give these guys a callOneheart
Oct 8, 2002 7:54 AM
I was just at the Hilly 100 in Bloomington, IN and Bicycledoctor had them on sale for less than $600. It may have been a special for the ride but you could give them a call to see. Their site:
Good luck.
Oct 9, 2002 7:53 AM
Bitz4Bikes on ebay has a ggod deal. He is a UK shop and has a good rep. I bought a pair of Sidi Energy shoes from him and had them in on week. Everything is new and he sells the Ksyrium sl's for $589 plus $40 shipping

Look Here or just do a member search
re: Ksyriums ssc: best deal- where? how much?B2
Oct 11, 2002 7:37 AM
I see Xpedia is listing them at $520 and Maestro at $529. I don't know about the shipping costs for a wheelset for either of these guys.

I have purchased from Maestro and would recommend them. I have heard of a couple positive experiences from others who have dealt with Xpedia (don't recall any negative feedback), but don't really know a whole lot about these guys.