So, I figured that no bicycle forum would be complete without pictures of bikes! Post your photos here, no bike will be refused: Road TT Triathlon Cyclocross MTB BMX Shixie Fixie And anything else! Lovely bikes lovely, but everyday bikes interesting too. I won't post first, but I'm taking pictures right now. I wanna see what bikes you're all riding!
Campagnolo Neutron Ultra Wheelset - Shimano/Sram Freehub
Ok bought these last Spring and only used for 3 months whilst staying in Italy so minimal miles and great condition. Only selling as want to try Mavic R-Sys SLR and the exalith braking surface this season. Not used since August (i have a set of Zipps i use mainly) and run true and straight and as you can see in photos, little or now ear to braking surface. These have had an easy life, probably got caught in a shower once or twice but never used or abused as i only weigh 60kg.
Pardon my ignorance, but I was looking to buy a set of these wheels to put on my Raleigh Airlite:
I was going to keep the original wheel and cassette to use on a turbo, and buy a new cassette to put on the new rear wheel - but then I noticed the Miche wheels state that they are for Shimano 10-speed cassettes, and my Raleigh is only an 8-speed.
Extremely good condition 2011 Zipp 404 front (worth £850 new) and 808 rear wheel (worth £1150 new). Shimano / Sram 10 speed compatibility. ALL BRAND NEW SAPIM CX RAY spokes and BRAND NEW 188 HUB SHELL on 808 rear. Both wheels run perfectly true and bearings in front and rear wheels are silky smooth. Wheel has done 0 miles since full service and rebuild. Will supply with lightly used swissstop yellow brake pads (worth £40), 2 continental giro training tubulars (worth £40), both 404 and 808 valve extenders (worth £18), Zipp rear quick release skewer (worth £20).
404 front wheel spec
Hi, I got a Ridley X-Ride 2011 in December 2012. It was for Cyclo-Cross racing and training so came with Tufo Mud Tubs. However, now the road season has come I would like to use it for road training and racing. The tubs are too expensive to waste the tread on the road and they are also not nvery easy to repair, so I've been thinking about getting some new road wheels for it. I have a budget of <£500. They will be for training and racing so I am looking for something relatively light. I do not want carbon rims because changing brake pads is a faff and I'm looking for clinchers, not tubs!