Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - Velocity Fusion Rims
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01-14-07, 03:04 AM
I read that they are between AeroHeads and DeepV's.
Anyone have an opinion or experience on them?
01-14-07, 03:23 AM
I had a rear wheel built with a black, unmachined fusion laced to a formula hub. It was a nice inexpensive combo. I have deep v rims on my bike now and I don't like them as much, they feel clunky and heavy.
I have 'em. Awesome wheels, they've stood up well, and I'm pretty big. Not too heavy.
Pic here: http://bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=30639&page=577
Low quality rim compared to open pros. No reinforced eyelets. But the unmachined version looks good. I have build and ridden one as a rear wheel, and i am reasonable satisfied.
link to a bike build up with fusion rear and aerohead front rim.
01-14-07, 11:07 AM
I've been riding them for a while. Solid rims, and definitely worth the money.
01-14-07, 11:14 AM
Damn! Really? Chuck Norris??!!!! Dude, Can I have your autograph???!!!!!!!!!! Riding fixed gear too!?!?!
You really kicked Bruce Lee's a$$ in that movie IMHO!
My wheels are Silver, nonmachined fusions laced to Promax SB's, 36h. They look really pretty. I was hit by a car last month, and both rims were wonky. The rear was trued back up, but the front needed replacing. I don't know if that means that they are strong or weak...nothing else on the bike was damaged, but I don't know the extent of the accident as I woke up in the hospital 5 hours later with no memory of it, asking all the doctors "How's my bike?!!?!"
I like them though.
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