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  1. Due to the enormous power I output (also weigh around 85kgs) I am having repeated spoke failures on my cheap Fulcrum Racing 5s. So I have decided to take the plunge and invest in a quality set of wheels. I have narrowed it down to two options: 1. Campy Eurus G3 things 2. Bontrager Paradigm Elite Price is pretty close to the same (Campys about $70 cheaper). Weight is close enough to not matter. They both seem to have a great reputation. The Campys would have to come from an international bike shop, the Bontragers would come from my local guy making any warranty
  2. Anyone used these wheels ? Can't find any decent reviews on the web .... cal
  3. In the age of seemingly everything going offshore its good to see some niche stuff staying local. These guys are actually based in my street and are the guys Ben from Caden wheels works with to do his mouldings and prototyping. Ben is hoping to get me in to have a look at their processes soon to see how they collaborate. http://www.justcronullanews.com/2015/06/01/1-4m-for-high-tech-kurnell-company/ We are also close to getting sorted for a test pair of Caden wheels so check out his site. http://www.carbonbikewheels.com.au/ (I make no apologies for unashamedly t
  4. Wheelsets SOLD Mavic Open Pros, laced 36, 700c, alloy, Chris King R45 hubs, 11 speed compatible, approx 5000 km $300 DT Swiss 2.0, 700c, alloy, 10 speed, approx 500 km $100 Single Wheels Vera Corsa, 700c, alloy, 10 speed $100 Saddles Specialized, toupe+ 143mm, near new $80 Specialized, toupe rbx, expert, 155m, slightly used $80 Shoes Specialized S-Works XC, size 43, 1 year old, used, fair to good condition $150 PM me for photos, everything is well taken care of We are located in Springwood, can bring to club races (Hills) or EE events (Orange, Husky), we can also post at b
  5. Hi, Looking at 2 frames from the same manufacturer: Scott Addict 10: http://bicyclingaustralia.com.au/2014/04/scott-addict-10-review pretty unhelpful review really.. Scott foil- http://www.scott-sports.com/global/en/products/221866020/bike-foil-15-20-xs49/ Exactly same carbon grade Exactly same geometry (well 3mm different on 2 measurements) But apparently the Foil rides like a dog (feel very bump, not comfy for more than 3 hours, etc) and the addict is a pleasure to ride? Would the shapes of tubes impact the ride quality this much? What other factors might be at play here
  6. I'm in the market for some a pair of wheels to use as general use and training, circa $200 I could buy some new ones online but there might be a better quality second hand set out there somewhere for similar dollars that someone wants to get rid of. Shimano hub and I'm not looking for any particular brand or anything, just a decent solid set, maybe a bit aero.
  7. Planet X Wheelset for sale. 1080 Rear Wheel and 808 Front Wheel, new tyres on both wheels and 2 spare new tubular tyres. Wheels have only been used to race on and not train on (6 races in total)
  8. Had my Scott Plasma 2010 TT bike and barely used Easton EC90mm race wheels for sale on here a while ago, they have now gone to auction on ebay. If anyone may be interested here are the links. Bike; http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Scott-Plasma-TT-Bike-2010-Durace-/131017978435?pt=AU_Cycling_New_&hash=item1e8147b243&_uhb=1 Wheels: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Easton-EC90-TT-Race-Wheels-/131014854502?pt=AU_Sport_Cycling_Parts&hash=item1e81180766&_uhb=1 Cheers, CJ
  9. We've decided that we've got enough kids so I'm getting the wife a new bike (she likes the Specialized Roubaix expert) so she can start getting back into triathlon. I was thinking of putting on some nicer wheels than those that come standard and was looking at the following 2 options from Wiggle. 1. Fulcrum Racing Quattro Clincher http://www.wiggle.com.au/fulcrum-racing-quattro-clincher-wheelset/ 2. Easton ea50 clincher http://www.wiggle.com.au/easton-ea50-aero-clincher-wheelset/ Actually there was a 3rd option as well but I didn't see any great benefit for the extra $200 3.
  10. Hey Guys Selling a lot of different tri gear I want to get rid off. The list off items include: 2011 Cervelo P3: 56cm, Durace, 3T bars, rotor crank, shimano wheels, fizik saddle, ultegra peddles - $3500 2009 Merida Scultura evo 908: 57-59cm, SRAM force, fizik saddle, mavic wheels - $1200 2010 Zipp wheels 808/1080 - $1500 near new SIDI tri shoe: 2 strap, cleats, silver/black, size 46 - $120 2012 mens Asics DS racers: size 11 Garmin forerunner 405 - $180 Oakley Radars: White frame/socks, blue iridium lenses - $100 Spiuk aero helmet: white and black, size large $90 Looking f
  11. about an hour ago near Sydney For Sale, used about -10-12 times FastForward F9R Tubular Race wheels. These are the upgraded ones with the DT Swiss 240 Hubs, not the standard. These are being sold with Vittoria Corsa Evo CX Tubular Tyre x 5 ($73.46 Wiggle each if new) all glued and a pair of SwissStop Pro Yellow carbon brake pads used once ($52.28 Wiggle) and a Fast Forward Wheel bag ($80). The total Wiggle price of all of this would be in excess of $2100. These can be yours for $1350 - all in fantastic condition Reason for selling is I have a similar FFWD wheelset in clincher
  12. Hey Guys I'm selling a 2011 Cervelo P3, a set of 1080/808 tubular ZIPP wheel set and a brand new pair of Sidi T2 triathlon shoes. I have simply lost motivation due to reoccurring injuries and am packing up stumps (for now anyway). The bike was bought less then a year ago brand new and have only been able to do 1 race on it. It is still in really good condition and has been the best bike I have owned. Good bike for all levels of competition. Cervelo P3 Specs: Dura ace gearing components Fizik Saddle Rotor Cranks Ultegra peddles 3T Auro-Pro TT bars 56cm Frame RS30
  13. Great HED wheels for sale. Used for 1 Ironman only. Selling due to injury. www.hedcycling.com/stinger/default.asp?content=9 Vittoria Tubulars plus 1 spare Excellent condition $1800 Call Tim 0416106565 Pick up in Melbourne
  14. Hello, About to launch into the purchase of a first pair of race specific wheels and am tempted by; 1. Reynolds Assullt on special for $1100 (1450g) carbon rims 2. Most Claw as new for about $600 (1850g) alloy breaking surface Budget: $1100 and under Riding: Olympic distance and HIM and local club races Thank you in advance for anything you would like to add.
  15. romaing

    Zipp 606

    Hi there, Selling: Zipp 606 (404 front - 808 back) Tubular Almost new Continental GP4000 (200km) New Ultegra 11-25 Cassette (200km). Check out the ebay link for details: http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=261130782846#ht_500wt_1288 Contact me for details.
  16. 2010 SCOTT PLASMA 10 TT BIKE The time has come to bite the bullet and regrettably put my beloved TT bike and race wheels up for sale. They have been sitting on the bike rack in the garage untouched since our little baby came along 12 months ago and cannot justify to the wife any longer on hanging onto something that isn't being used! The bike was purchased at the end of 2010 from Avantiplus bike shop on Sydney Road, Brunswick for $4999 (with basic shimano wheels) and was ridden for less than 12 months, clocking up about 1500kms. I used it for 1 Half IM and also IM NZ in March 2011 and ha
  17. I have had a set of wheels which have been sitting unused as I have better toys to play with. I would estimate 500-1000 km of use, come with tyres (vittoria Evo Corsa CX) and skewers, no cassette. the wheels are fast forward f5/f9 combo. $1k posted anywhere in AUS, $950 picked up from Black rock. I might even fit them to your bike if you'd like. I'll stick some pics up later today, don't have a camera on me right now.
  18. Helping a non Tranny mate flog some of his excess gear. This is all in tip-top condition - this guy is a gear care freak. All in Sydney (I imagine post can be arranged) - or he will be in Port to race this weekend if that works: TWE Tubular Carbon Race Wheels – 46mm Profile Extreme Carbon Rims & TWE Hubs. Including Tires and Skewer: Front Wheel = 800grams; Rear Wheel = 1000grams. Only used for racing, in excellent condition, suit rider up to 80kg - $800 Shimano Dura-Ace 10sp Chainset FC-7900 – 172.5 / 53:39 – New $280 - SOLD Selle Italia SL T1 Saddle – New $60 - SOLD Profile Des
  19. Hi all, I am need of an upgrade to my wheels (amongst other things) on my bike. My old Mavic Wheels have a busted free wheel and I have been told it is better to replace the wheel because of the rim condition rather then replace the free wheel. My riding consist of commuting to work twice a weeks and a 100km + ride on the weekend. I am getting stronger and I am looking to upping my KMs soon. I guess I should think about doing triathlons again soon but I hace race wheels for them and time trailing. I may use then if I ever get back into rode racing. I have a Giant TCR bike with Ulte
  20. ratdog


    I need some advice from those in the know about wheels. When do you replace the spokes? How often? Is there an obligatory kms? Or just when they break? What about nipples? Replace one replace all? Does this nipple look stuffed? Is there such thing as an oversized nipple head that can be bought? Why I ask this is that I true my wheel about once a month and I feel that might be a bit too often, so maybe its time for some new spokes as there might have lost their strength. Could the reason be my style of riding where I grind rather than spin? Can all spokes be r
  21. So I'm looking into upgrading from using the roady with tri bars to a faster rig. I brought the roady as it's more of an all year round option and more durable. However it's not the best for TTing and I can definately go faster if I do some upgrades. My question is am I better off throwing my money at some fast wheels, say an 85mm rear and 65 front or am I better off upgrading the frame and getting a more TT setup? I would just take the gear of my roady and put it on a new TT frame. I will probably go for the frame but I thought that this would be a good discussion topic for a few
  22. http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=61004 $677 delivered is a bargain.
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