BarryTas wrote:BarryTas wrote:been offered a set of zipp 404s for 2k
new from a shop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I'm in training.........for middle age.........
what about these..... EC90 SL 38MM TUBULAR http://www.eastoncycling.com/en-us/road ... mm-tubular
when do we stop for coffee???
the lastest model (the ones you have shown in the link) have really jumped up in price. The previous model was around $1,300 from o/s. I've been told that they didn't change much. So you might be able to pick up an old model set at a 1/2 secent price if you are inclined to but 2nd hand. I looked into it, but couldn't find anything suitable about the traps. I ended up going with Chinese knock offs for 1/3 the price. So far so good.
I ride several bicycles, but not at once.
Spotted this on his site, top paragraph...
The Bracciano is a "standard" wheel by definition, as such does not require specific UCI testing/approval.
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+1 For Greg at TWE .... 4,500km on my 50mm Full Carbon Clinchers since January 2011 .... They have never skipped a beat.
I have ridden deep Zipps, Dura-Ace, Bouwmeesters and Mavic's .... The TWE are better wheels than the lot.
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