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Old 07-20-19, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by cycledogg View Post
Hate to ask, but does anyone know the weight of the R35 18/24 set? I have googled but I can not find it.
Reynold's does some non-series, vendor-specific wheels on occasion, such as these and the R3, R4, etc for Performance. As such, I don't think that you're going to find too much on them unless you find a post from a forum user someplace. That said, you should be able to ballpark it by splitting the weight between the ~30mm Attacks and ~40mm Assaults (claimed 1365g and 1515g, respectively) though the difference in spokes may make a difference, too (Attack/Assault used bladed spokes, the BD jobbers are round).
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Old 07-20-19, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by cycledogg View Post
Hate to ask, but does anyone know the weight of the R35 18/24 set? I have googled but I can not find it.
I dont think you are getting a high end hub with these rims. I'd assume low end generic hubs, round spokes, alloy nipples... etc. I'd guess something like 1600-1800g for the pair before tires, discs, tubes..

That being said, good luck finding a decent pair of carbon rims for 600$ anywhere.
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Old 07-20-19, 10:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Wilmingtech View Post
I dont think you are getting a high end hub with these rims. I'd assume low end generic hubs, round spokes, alloy nipples... etc. I'd guess something like 1600-1800g for the pair before tires, discs, tubes..
For the 35mm deep version? The rims are probably ~450g ea, the front hub is ~100g and the rear is ~230g. They'd have to be some super heavy spokes (they're 2/1.8/2 ) to hit 1600, let alone 1800.
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Old 07-20-19, 11:14 AM
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I remember one of the sets of wheels stated the hubs are Shimano Claris. The rest just said either Shimano or high grade hubs.
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Old 07-20-19, 06:45 PM
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For the 35mm deep version? The rims are probably ~450g ea, the front hub is ~100g and the rear is ~230g. They'd have to be some super heavy spokes (they're 2/1.8/2 ) to hit 1600, let alone 1800.
Sorry - was looking at the 58's when I typed that out.
The 35s are probably a bit lighter than that

That being said the hubs on the 35's are Powerways. I couldnt find any information on the hubs for the 58s. (DR-811) but assume they are not Reynolds hubs.

Powerway hubs here -
Power way front hub
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Old 07-22-19, 03:01 AM
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Just dropped a tad over US$1250 (free worldwide delivery) on a pair of deCADENce 49mm tubulars, weighing 1080g... 35% off sale on everything.

Dude gets mad reviews for his gear and service.

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Amazing prices on Kestrels from Bikes Direct. Mostly small sizes.

Bikesdirect.com | Kestrel Carbon Super Sale Below Dealer Cost, Save Up to Thousands Off List Prices Plus Free Ship 48
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Old 07-24-19, 04:55 PM
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POC helmets on sale at Competitive Cyclist, Wednesday only, during their Tour de France hoohah.

If you've got a hankering for one of those Swedish gawky-chic beer coolers for your noggin, now's the time.

I got a POC Omne Air Spin a couple of weeks ago from another dealer at regular price, $150. If I'd waited I could have saved $30.

The Octal Raceday is down to $160. If I needed another helmet I'd get one.

The Omne Air Spin is more of a commuter/casual helmet with excellent air flow, completely different from the Bern and Nutcase brain boilers that are totally impractical for Texas summer. I've been wearing it even on fast road bike club rides because the air flow is better than my lighter, smaller Bell Formula MIPS.

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Old 07-24-19, 07:28 PM
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
POC helmets on sale at Competitive Cyclist, Wednesday only,

I got a POC Omne Air Spin a couple of weeks ago from another dealer at regular price, $150. If I'd waited I could have saved $30.
If I needed a new helmet, I'd definitely look into one of these,

https://www.competitivecyclist.com/p...BTYWxlOjE6MjA6
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Old 08-03-19, 02:54 PM
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If you’re in Metro Detroit and inneed of an effective inexpensive repair stand, the Aldi’s in Redford has 7 or so left in stock at $17.50 each.
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Old 08-03-19, 09:19 PM
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Shimano SM-RT900 Dura Ace centerlock brake rotors - $58
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Old 08-05-19, 06:35 AM
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If you’re in Metro Detroit and inneed of an effective inexpensive repair stand, the Aldi’s in Redford has 7 or so left in stock at $17.50 each.
I have been scouring my local Aldi's, but nothing in Cincinnati so far. Wish Detroit was closer
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Old 08-05-19, 04:03 PM
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I have been scouring my local Aldi's, but nothing in Cincinnati so far. Wish Detroit was closer
I’d ship it to you but it’s certainly far more expensive than the stand just to ship.
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Old 08-12-19, 02:53 AM
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Steadyrack is the best stand I have found.
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i am pleased with my Performance bike G2 bike stand !
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Old 08-18-19, 02:01 PM
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If you’re in Metro Detroit and inneed of an effective inexpensive repair stand, the Aldi’s in Redford has 7 or so left in stock at $17.50 each.
Thanks for the heads up! I just picked one at one of my local Aldis
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Wheel Science BOGO1/2

Wheel Science is having a buy one, get one half off sale.

Use the code "train-n-race" to get 50% off a set of VORTEX series wheels when you purchase an ELEMENTAL wheelset.
https://www.wheelscience.com/

I have not used thier wheels. It does look like a pretty good deal. Checking it out the total in my cart was just under 1700 for two sets of Carbon wheels with free shipping.

You can get either rim or disc brakes. Or one set of each if you need wheels for 2 different bikes.

I think the logos are atrocious but you can get non-logo (stealth) rims for no charge.

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Old 08-23-19, 09:17 AM
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Pactimo is having their end of summer sale with some great prices. Hurry if you're interested cause stuff sells out fast, especially medium and large sizes.
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Old 08-23-19, 10:17 AM
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Pactimo is having their end of summer sale with some great prices. Hurry if you're interested cause stuff sells out fast, especially medium and large sizes.
Thanks. Ordered a couple of jerseys and wool base layer to get ready for winter.
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Knog light

Focus camera has the knog 1000L trail light for $69 shipped. Pretty decent light for the price.

And I can't post the link...so, search for it on lifestyle dot focuscamera dot com.

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Thanks! Nothing like rolling the dice on a $45 jersey without knowing your size =)
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https://www.bikewagon.com/ has Cannondale airspeed LX mini pump for $7.99, 8 left, ****e only. I bought one about 10 days ago and used it for the first time today. Very nice, light weight, aluminum body-handle-lever. I do not know how of psi I got the tire to, it is rated up to 120. I know it was not that high, but plenty high enough, pretty quickly, for me to go 6 miles to LBS to top it off. I bought 2 more today because I like it better than pumps I already have.
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Rapha Classic Flyweight Bib Shorts - regular length - $150 to $161
https://www.rapha.cc/us/en_US/shop/c...uct/FYB01RGBLW

Rapha Classic Jersey II (wool) - Black - Medium - $75
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Rapha Core Jersey - Black - $63
https://www.rapha.cc/US/en_US/shop/c...uct/COR01XXBLK

Rapha Classic Chevron Jersey (wool) - some sizes - $66
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Rapha Classic Flyweight Bib Shorts - regular length - $150 to $161
https://www.rapha.cc/us/en_US/shop/c...uct/FYB01RGBLW

Rapha Classic Jersey II (wool) - Black - Medium - $75
https://www.rapha.cc/us/en_US/shop/c...uct/CLJ04XXBBK

Rapha Core Jersey - Black - $63
https://www.rapha.cc/US/en_US/shop/c...uct/COR01XXBLK

Rapha Classic Chevron Jersey (wool) - some sizes - $66
https://www.rapha.cc/US/en_US/shop/c.../BCJ01XXBLKLRG


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And that's just the start of it. I've been eyeing the Rapha deals the last few days. So tempting.
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