Emm_vee_Ess & Xu : Light-bike 38mm rims running strong and true after a year of play. Northern Beaches, Sydney , Australia
Australia
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Dylan : 2015 Santa Cruz 5010 C with new LB 650b rims laced onto Hope 4s. Los Angeles, CA
USA
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Nomad : 650B DH 38mm with DT Swiss 240S. Hammering these hard and they still look new! Will order another set of the 40mm when they're available.
USA
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Russ : This bike is amazing and the wheels only compliment the liveliness of the suspension.
USA
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jaroslav kurka : scott scale 900 premium, rims RM29C07 , INDUSTRY NINE I9 TORCH CLASSIC MOUNTAIN BIKE HUBSET
USA
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Trevor : Transition Bike
USA
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Luciano : My second LIGHTBICYCLE wheels. Awesome wheels. I sold my old wheels and now buying a new 27.5 , 38mm for my Insurgent. Great wheels great value.
2016 project EVIL insurgent size M , SRAM XX1 drive train , rockshox PIKE , reverb seatpost LIGHTBICYCLE 38mm all mountain wheels on DTswiss 350 hubs ,DTswiss spokes and nipples. Bought the wheel set from LightBicycle and again outstanding customer service and quality. A big shout out TO KARTRIN for her beyond human customer service and kindness. Thanks to everyone at LIGHTBICYCLE.
USA
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E3:20 N.Sight : 2015 Norco Sight 7.1 650b with Carbon Rims DT Swiss 240S Hubs San Diego, CA. USA
USA
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Pavel : It's almost black :)
Russia
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Matt : My new YT Capra with my two year old LB 35mm carbon wheels and new decals still running strong!
USA
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Look695UK Edition 100miles : I agonized over what wheels to put on this frameset for months. I wanted carbon and tubeless. There are not many to choose from. I have always built my own wheels, I ran a shop for almost 20 years and have built hundreds of wheels over the years. I chose these as several of my friends run their carbon MTB rims and have been flawless. I opted for these purely based on the timely responses to all of my questions. I built them up over a snowy weekend. Laced them with different color nipples untill I decided on red alloy nipples. Sapim CX-Ray Aero spokes on Hope Hubs ( love Hope, have everything they make on all my bikes) Front went together easily, the rear was a pain. I had a hell of a time making it perfectly round. I go to 0.5mm on my truing stand, and had a hard time meeting that number. Once built, I was very impressed with the weight, 1459g for the pair. They look fantastic on the bike, and I'm now toying with building up a second set in the 45mm depth. Then I can switch them out between my 2 road bikes. ( my other is a custom Titanium) As for the ride, I have only put 100 miles on them, I am running Schwalbe Pro One 700x25C tires with stans sealant, orange seal rim tape and WTB ally valve stems. The rims are 25mm wide, this actually pushed the tire out to 28.4mm width. So this makes the ride very plush, but without the squishyness I feel on my standard conti GP4000's. The overall feel of the bike is of speed, yet with a layer of comfort I have never felt on a road bike before. The wheels are stiff ( I weigh about 160Lbs ) super responsive, no flex, and using Reynolds cyro pads, no howling from the brakes. Infact the braking is excellent, although I have yet to try them in the rain. Of course it is still early days, but overall I am very impressed with the product and would absolutely recommend anyone to try them.
USA
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Ben Friel : These are some bloody legit wheels!!!
New Zealand
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