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Hokie360

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No info on spokes, but those might have a proprietary spoke. Here's an


alternative for $272 when you consider their spring discount. You can also look around on their site if you want to try different combinations. These guys made the wheels I'm currently riding on and I've had no issues, and I've bought other stuff from them too. You might want to check your LBS to see if they'll come close on price. The open pro rim is a popular training rim, at least it was several years ago when I had to have a wheel rebuilt.

(In response to this post by EDGEMAN)

Link: https://www.coloradocyclist.com/shimano-105-r7000-custom-handbuilt-wheelset-with


Posted: 05/23/2020 at 4:29PM



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Bike cleaned up, two projects down. -- `lag 05/23/2020 1:50PM
  Spray paint it flat black like the mormons ** -- typed by ben 05/23/2020 5:41PM
  They have extremely sick bikes -- typed by ben 05/25/2020 09:15AM
  Titanium frame? ** -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 2:08PM
  Mmmmmm....yes. Carbon and Titanium ** -- `lag 05/23/2020 2:10PM
  Very nice! ** -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 2:12PM
  Yeah -- `lag 05/23/2020 2:23PM
  I could get these wheels for $199 -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 3:14PM
  Here's an old thread on the topic -- Hokie360 05/23/2020 4:44PM
  Any recommendations for a rim? -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 5:07PM
  Mavic Open Pro rims, right? ** -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 5:48PM
  Yes those were on the link, and they're good rims. -- Hokie360 05/23/2020 5:59PM
  Oh, my bike doesn't have disc brakes. ** -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 5:10PM
  Guess I could buy a rim, and install it myself... -- EDGEMAN 05/23/2020 4:39PM

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