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09-01-2019, 15:50   #31
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I have a set of magic cosmic carbones, went from A4 TO A2 solely because of the investment......Looking to buy a giant advanced pro to get me to A1.......it's literally impossible to move up the ranks on bad gear man, you know...........
Yeah, they're much better than the Mavic ones.
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09-01-2019, 16:47   #32
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Trying to find the best lightweight set of wheels at bargain myself at the moment, ive come across cero wheels, these AR24 EVO's look very impressive for the price
Have them myself for the last 2 years or so and very happy with them (but I’m a lowly sportive cyclist, not a racer). Would be tempted to buy a second set for the other bike at that price.
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09-01-2019, 20:10   #33
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i've got points and won races on these - https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...rod167966?mx=a

im not a lightweight, and never had an issue with them, never had to true them. Trained, raced, turbo trainered on them too.

I did crash at a spin recently and broke a spoke but they are j bend spokes, so no problem getting replacements.
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10-01-2019, 08:37   #34
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Budget?
This is the essential question and still hasn’t been answered. AFAIK
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Have them myself for the last 2 years or so and very happy with them (but I’m a lowly sportive cyclist, not a racer). Would be tempted to buy a second set for the other bike at that price.
do they come in at the advertised weight? fantastic value tbf
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10-01-2019, 13:58   #36
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do they come in at the advertised weight? fantastic value tbf
The previous version did, as did their AR30s. I had a pair of AR30s and couldn't fault them.
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Have them myself for the last 2 years or so and very happy with them (but I’m a lowly sportive cyclist, not a racer). Would be tempted to buy a second set for the other bike at that price.
do they come in at the advertised weight? fantastic value tbf
Didn’t actually weigh them to be honest, but they were definitely lighter than the DT Swiss wheels (R24 iirc) that came on my Canyon.
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This is the essential question and still hasn’t been answered. AFAIK
Sorry folks....budget €800-1000.
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