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USED for 3 seasons, but still in great condition... I used them as my racing wheelset in most of the races.

700cc x 21mm / 58mm deep - some very slight scuffing on carbon, but again not that visible, excellent condition and ready for a new owner.

I got these with a Valdora bike as a new purchase... they have black Valdora stickers on them, not really that visible. I believe that they were made in taiwan or china with novatec hubs... the rear freewheel hub was replaced last summer, they spin straight and smooth... there might be a recommended weight limit as standard spokes and hubs, around 225lbs as most manufacturers recommend.

I don't have aero data, but they were faster than rolling on my 24mm trainers... and handle winds pretty well.

If you're looking for an inexpensive upgrade, these are it.

$300 obo for the pair, front and rear

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2014-01-27 7:39 PM
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do you know the estimated combined weight for the set?
2014-01-28 8:22 AM
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I got on my scale around 940gm Front, 1050gm Rear
2014-01-28 2:16 PM
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Any idea if the freewheel is 11 spd compatible?

2014-01-28 10:48 PM
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No, a 10 spd shimano-sram hub
2014-01-30 10:02 AM
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