- Wheels for £200
Best value wheels by far are on CRC. The Ringle Disc Jockey hubs have cartridge bearings and are really good quality. As good as Hopes IMHO. I've been running a set for about 2 years.
Hand built they come in at just under £200Posted 8 years agomieszkoMember
There were two sets of Bontrager Rhythm wheelsets on Classifieds. One were over £200 but they were the top of the range model and second set was under £200. And the nice ones weight under 1800g. Seems like good value for money. I'm very happy with Bonty wheels as my Race Lites are going strong and have cartridge bearings and rims are still true.Posted 8 years agosmurfMember
I'm selling the following (via the classifieds here) – might be of interest:
DT Swiss and XM819 wheels
Pair of DT Swiss wheels with a 240s rear hub, 370 (QR) front (I'm pretty sure it's a 370 stickered to look like a 240s so it matches the rear), on XM819s. Both hubs are 6 bolt.
They are practically new, pretty light, tubeless ready wheels. Since I bought them they have been on a spare bike and they have probably done 50 – 60 miles. I need to double check, but I think they are still in mint condition. I've only used them with tubes so there's no messy lube inside them.
I’m looking for £180 posted (in a proper wheel box) or they can be collected from west London (near start of M40, M4 and North Circular) or EC2 for £170.
smurfPosted 8 years ago
I have hope bulbs which have done big milage without a murmur or any maintenance and I have to say they have been brilliant freehub bearings are just starting to go now after serveral years of regular riding. Pros are just too sodding loud, I also like mavic rims as my 521's have been faultless.Posted 8 years ago
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