Reynolds RZR Shimano tubular carbon wheel set. Comes with Reynolds blue brake pads, valve extenders and 2 tubes of Continental Carbon glue.
See http://www.reynoldscycling.com/index.ph ... itm_pk=592 for all the details.
I bought them new from my LBS for a project that I had to abandon. Wheels were never used. I stretched new tubular on them without gluing them, installed a cassette and run them on my trainer once, but they were never outside, they are just like the models in the store.
thw wheels will be carefully packaged and ship worldwide
QUICK SALE PRICE IS 1000GBP
The Gipiemme Carbon H6.0 tubular wheels are a good aero option suitable for most conditions, and they come in at a reasonable price for this kind of wheel.
Gipiemme make these wheels in Italy using 100% carbon fibre monocoque rims that are 60mm deep and 20mm wide. The hubs are Gipiemme's own GPMClights, made from forged aluminium, and they spin on sealed bearings – although you can get DT Swiss 240 hubs for £100-£150 more. When I say Gipiemme make these wheels in Italy, they make both the hubs and the rims in their own factory.
I am currently browsing the world wide web for a suitable wheel set for my budget and have come across "Spin Cycle Works".
They produce a Carbon Clincher handbuilt wheelset that has quite taken my fancy. It sits right on my budget of about £600.
(I know the link says tubular but it will take you to the clinchers)
My first question would be whether anyone here has experience of buying/using wheels from Spin? Also, do you guys have any thoghts on Carbon Clinchers?
www.yoeleo.com sell best price carbon wheels which pass EN Standard have quality warranty.
The Reynolds Forty-Six wheelset is a deep section, carbon clincher package which comes with a premium price tag as standard. Sitting in direct competition to the Zipp 404 Firecrest, this price point is occupied by real wheel-tech big-hitters; open mould options need not apply. With plenty of features trickling down from Reynolds' own price-record-breaking RZR wheelset, the Forty Six is an attractive offer for the performance conscious.