They are ridiculous overkill, but if they could be had for the right price, I sigh could see myself getting one. they do look cool.
But for real, how much does that thing weigh? and this is all just a trend leading towards the street use of disc wheels…
yep, they are fucking ridiculous. looks like 47 euros each
kind cool though…
i like em. i’m not concerned with weight, just durability. hopefully they stay around for a while and prove to be strong. if so, i’ll buy some.
they do look cool, still. I bet they make a really impressive “whoosh” echo noise because of the size of the deep section
EAI super arrow
like this: http://velospace.org/node/227
I think they are deeper than those eai rims. 42mm deep
Where can has?
I like 'em…
those paul cranks are so friggin ugly
can’t use brakes
they look rad
Definite tarck points, but seriously, why?
Clarification: Where can has in USA?
If these are inexpensive enough, they would make a great option for low-cost legit aero track wheels. I’d buy a pair for that reason.
Also, if you think that 42mm is overkill, then you’ll love these 81mm Zipp 808s (which pros seem to adore).
They’re not toroidal though.
[quote=“bonechilling”]If these are inexpensive enough, they would make a great option for low-cost legit aero track wheels. I’d buy a pair for that reason.
Also, if you think that 42mm is overkill, then you’ll love [/quote]
81mm is on the way out.
$90+ shipping from the UK or japan. They don’t seem to come with less than 32 spokes for now either.
It appears they do make a machined version so you could use brakes too but I wonder how thick that leaves the braking surface.
some guy left his bike at our shop for repairs