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Originally Posted by Hida Yanra View Post
Well, most the wheels I'd review have already been covered!

but anyway, here goes-

Handbuilt Alloy tubulars - these vary based on rims & hubs, but everyone should have a set. Whether for training, using as "miss-n-out" wheels, or backups, these can be had/made cheaply and are the basis for any real quiver of wheels. For your track gear, begin at the beginning people :-)
Any rim/hub recommendations? Would this suffice for my first foray into tubulars? http://www.planet-x-usa.com/pPLANET%...ck-Wheels.aspx

I ride at Bloomer in Rochester MI (200m wood outdoor track), am 37 years old, 2nd year riding/racing at the track, we do mostly scratch / points /miss-n-out, and I hope to learn the Madison this year (practiced a few exchanges last year). I ride a stock Trek T1 with the addition of a 15t cog.
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