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BADRUL: Wheelset LIGHT BICYCLE (LB) is the best. The difference during the climb is so solid. I love it♥️™️
Light Bicycle: Rims: R35 Hook Non-Disc Grooved Graphene Surface 20/24H external hole Glossy UD Tubeless Hubs: Novatec A291SB-SL F482SB-SL 100QR 130QR J-bend Non-Disc Shimano Road 11s 27T Spokes: Sapim CX Ray J-bend Nipples: Sapim aluminum black Weight: 1379.64g
David: As a long time fan of Light Bicycle wheels, I've purchased a few sets, however the ones on this 1980's Colnago Super (masquerading as a Master) are the lightest. With R35 rims, in gloss UD, laced to Carbon Ti hubs, via Sapim CX Ray spokes and alloy nipples, this wheelset came in just under 1,320g, without resorting to flyweight rims. I chose the R35s due to tight frame tyre clearances and because the shallow rim depth, visually suits the narrow steel frame tubes; whilst keeping the overall weight down to 7.9kg (without pedals or cages).
Australia
Emacdo: Bought a set of 35MM and 45MM rim brake rims and built them up over the winter with a pair of Campy Electron hubs (completely rebuilt). The 35/45 configuration is a great all-rounder setup - climber in the front, aero in the back. They were fantastically easy to lace up due to their very tight construction tolerances. Finally have been able to take them on a couple of shorter rides in the last couple weeks (now that Spring is here where I live) and they were fabulous. Rode 90+ miles today on chip seal and washboard roads and the rims handled really well. These are now my favorite wheels. I can't say as much about the Conti 5k tires, but that has nothing to do with the rims (switching to a set of Vittoria Corsas after today's ride). The roads around here are passable at best, so I have done my best to beat these rims around and they have responded perfectly. I can't wait to put many more miles on them.
United States
Sam: I rode it today and it runs and sounds great! I am thrilled with the wheelset. Thank you for your assistance. Attached are pics of my bike with the 35mm carbon wheelset, DT Swiss hubs, new ultegra crankset, ultegra cassette, ultegra chain, continental GP 5000 tires!
United States
Murph: I’m loving my new wheels, I just finished refreshing my Moots with a new Enve seat post, stem, fork, Easton EC90 Aero bars and wanted to share an updated picture of my bike. This bike has 30,000 miles on it.
United States
Light Bicycle: Rims: R35 700c Falcon series 24/24H matte UD without spoke access hole Hubs: Novatec D411SB & D412SB CL SP 12/100mm 12/142mm Spokes: Pillar Aero X-TRA 1420 Nipples: Sapim Aluminium Black Weight: 1380.56 grams
Paul: 2018 Giant TCR sitting on R35 rims with DT Swiss 240 hubs.
Japan
Light Bicycle: Rims: R35 non-disc, 700c, falcon, 24/24H Hubs: Bitex RAR9/RAF10 J-bend Non Disc QR / 100mm QR / 130mm Spokes: Sapim CX Ray Nipples: Sapim Brass Black
Light Bicycle: R35 Disc 35mm Rim R55 Disc 55mm Rim Hubs: Chris King R45D Matte Turquoise Spokes: Sapim CX Ray Black J-bend NIPPLE Sapim Aluminium Blue Polyax Secure Lock External
Carl: Thank you for the updates and communications during these difficult times. I have built the rims with DT Swiss C180 hubs, CX-Ray spokes, and Sapim Polyax nipples. I have fitted Schwalbe Pro One 28mm tubeless tyres. The result is a brilliant set of wheels! I am very happy with the way the wheels handle - they feel very responsive to steering and acceleration; they also deal well with the bumpy roads we have in the countryside in Surrey (UK). Braking in dry weather is fantastic (better than aluminium rims); I have not yet tried them in the rain.
UK(Britain)
Lindsay: wheels arrived in good condition earlier this week. First ride this morning - very happy with them. Thanks again for your help throughout the process.
Australia

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