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Stefan : First of all, I would like to let you know I am very pleased with the rims I’ve ordered from you last year. These were the RR46C02. I’ve built the wheels myself. Very easy rims to work with. People have been jealous about these :) I’ve attached a picture of the wheels in my Canyon Ultimate. I’ve built the wheels with DT350 hubs and DT Aerolite/Aerocomp spokes.
Netherlands
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Yannoo : Rims AR28: light and stiff. Very good feeling: steering precision, power transmission, efficiency, good tire performance. Easy wheel truing with spoke direction indicator. Wheelset weighs 1520g with DT 240s IS, Sapim CX-Ray, Nipples Polyax 14mm
France
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John : Hi Grace, Just a note to say thank you. I have received the wheels- they are a work of art! All of your assistance is greatly appreciated. Attached are some pics for your website if you’d like to use them. Thank you once again.
Australia
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Mark : Really enjoying the ride, a big difference from my stock wheels.
United States
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United States
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Kurt : 700C 55mm deep 25mm wide non-disc road wheels.
Netherlands
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Peter : Bike is a Lemond Victoire with a mix of Dura-Ace derailleurs and 105 shifters. Wheel build is the Light Bicycle AR56 rim 24h front and 28h rear laced with DT double butted spokes with Sapim double square blue alloy nipples on Hope RS4 hubs. I have been building wheels for 20 years and have been impressed with the quality and finish of these rims.
Australia
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Gino : My Carbon Rims is the EN 740 / 650B in 12K is the Best Rim for my Specialized Kenevo eBike
Switzerland
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Kjarsten : Super rad wheels. This article by a third party tester is an interesting read and the wheels scored very well. https://www.hambini.com/blog/post/bicycle-wheel-aerodynamics-which-one-is-fastest/ I have put around 2000 miles on them and still running great. 26mm inflate to 28mm wide. 28mm will inflate to 30mm wide.
United States
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David : A few pics of my Salsa Warbird v3 gravel bike. The wheelset is the LB 46mm deep, 29mm wide and 22.5mm internal hookless carbon rim, 24 straight pull Sapim CX-Ray spokes f+r, brass nipples laced to Hope RS4 Hubs. I love these wheels. They make the bike look the biz in my humble opinion. But more importantly the bike rides amazing with these wheels and it just begs to go fast on off-road gravel decents, with nearly 70kph my record so far! I have fitted 40mm Schwalbe G-One Allrounds which measured 42mm at 35psi which were good. The wheels are currently wearing 38mm Paneracer G-King's tanwalls which measure exactly 38mm when you first set them up but eventually puff up to 40.5mm at 35psi! The groupset is Shimano Ultegra R8000 mechanical and has the RX805 rear clutch mech. I wanted proper off-road 2x sub-compact gearing, and a power meter. So my choice was the PraxisWorks Zayante Direct Mount crankset with 4iiii Power Meter and 48-32 Levatime chainrings. As I live in the UK, and although we don't really have big mountains, very little of the UK is flat, especially where I live near the Peak District, and so I need all the help I can get. I have taken advantage of the fact that the latest generation Shimano rear mechs will work with a lot bigger cassettes than they officially recommend and without mech extenders. I fitted an XT M8000 11-40 mtb cassette for excellent climbing capability when I have the bike fully loaded with bikepacking luggage. The chain is a KMC X11 SL Gold chain. For the cockpit I have a Salsa flared carbon Cowbell bar fitted to the brilliant Redshiftsports Shockstem. It gives an extra bit cushion from 20mm of vertical movement! I forgot to mention the Hope RX4 Brake Calipers and Hope rotors which are unbelievable with their wet conditions stopping power! Get these setup correctly and they are awesome and give me more modulation and power from than my Shimano mtb brakes. As I have some extra cushion up front I wanted the same at the rear so another awesome product from Ergon with their CF3 seatpost is fitted which gives up to 30mm fore-aft movement and helps reduce fatigue from vibration. My current saddle is the carbon railed Fabric Scoop shallow pro. I'm still looking for a saddle that is "comfortable" all day after 10hrs! My bottle cages are KingCage/Woolftooth Morsecage Titanium. The headset is a Cane Creek carbon. Peadals are Look S-track with custon titanium spindles with ceramic bearings. All bolts used titianium where possible. Well I think that's most of it so I hope that everyone likes it as much as I do and appreciate me posting the build spec. If you have any questions then fire away. Thanks.
UK(Britain)
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Maarten-Jan : This is my Niner BSB 9 RDO with a set of WR50 DT240s with 28mm Schwalbe Pro One tubeless.
Netherlands
1

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