My Velocity Aerohead rim is kaput, the joint has started to crack after ~15,000km of use. According to Velocity, this is normal. :/
BLB is asking me £125 for a new A23 rim in 28 holes, for $50 in the US. 😿
If anyone has something cheaper, I'm listening! Either a rim in 28 holes so that I can swap, or potentially a 650c rear wheel (for road, not track)?
I might have a slightly unusual 650c rear wheel. Will have to check if all the bits are there.
Ok I found a Shimano Dura Ace WH-7700 wheel. It might not be to your taste, aesthetically. I got it off eBay for a song because it looks like the ball bearings are missing. The axle and freewheel are in a greasy bag. If you pay postage (£14 or so) you can have it.
I am sure I have a 650 C clincher rear wheel some thing like a Ultegra hub 10 speed in mavic 35mm aero rim 28 hole.
Will look it out for you on Wednesday and post some snaps .
It's nice but not expensive !
Might have some kinlins here. Xr300, in 28 h in black. Pair tho.
I sent the Shimano above, but an actually complete wheel would be easier(!)
I have shamal 650C if you are interested
Thanks everyone, so many wheels! Thanks again @fizzy.bleach, let's see what I can do with it. :)
@allister, @broken_777 Yes, let me know, potentially interested! Was looking at Kinlin & Mavic but if I don't have to build one, that's even better.
@gintas_ce Which Shamal exactly?
This one. You'd need to replace one spoke tho
Got a Ultegra-laced 650c aero wheelset if you’d like? Both 32 spoke though. Smooth, straight and true. Cheers. T
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