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Singletrailrider : Thanks LB for this smooth wheelset deal „29c14“ dr240 54ratchet. love it, super fast!! This wheelset is born for Switzerland Wallis Trails..
Denis : InterCityBike DFXL Velomobile 25kg
Andreas Schaad : Thank you Light-Bicycle team! Two beauties are born!! The superlight Flyweight disc rims with Novatec alu/carbon hubs and straightpull sapim cx ray's. At 1196g for front and rear they perform absolutely superb on my cyclocrossbike!!
Bernard : Tomac Diplomat 29er with AM carbon rim 38mm.
Tomas : My final look - custom stickers :-)
kevin Turley : U-shaped 55 tubeless ready DT Swiss 350 hubs and 3K finish on 2017 Specialized Roubaix. I am extremely satisfied with the build from light Bicycle. The wheels are flawless. Although I didn't make large gains in weight loss, the cool factor of my bike went up immensely. Thank Yo
Charlie : Great road bike set, deep, light and durable.
Stephen Cleeton : Attached is photo of the new rims I recently received - built up on a current race bike (plus my favorite doggie got in the picture ;o) As always – the rims are fantastic. Hope you are well.
Martin Brown : Cannondale CAADX back from the local wheel builder at Cyco with new Light Bicycle 46mm CX wheels. (Little 'crowns' on the rims are Cyco's emblem. Love them!
Eric Hornaday : Handling is vastly improved over whisky 7 rim because narrower width and 80gm lighter.
Bernard Tan : Just to let you know the 29er carbon rims are awesome! I must say they are nicely craft unlike some carbon rim that I have from China. I have already built up & rode with it, very firm on sharp turn. Here is the picture of my bike & light bicycle rims.
Andreas Schaad : My 55mm U-shape front/ 65mm back rims are impressively stiff and fast!! 1555g with powerway hubs and sapim cx-ray spokes, they are 5grams lighter than a set with the same u-shape rim heights from lightweight!!! At a very different price! The rim decals are custom made and means "Délice" (french for delicious):-)