Mountain - Plains - Trusted Wheel Builder in Colorado
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11-30-07, 04:40 PM
Ok, I have absolutely nothing against Vecchios in Boulder, Peter has been very helpful and taken the time to explain some design choices. However, I just want some other wheel builders to compare them against. I have a new Cervelo R3 and am in search of my first handbuilt wheelset. I am in Denver, but would consider any recommendations for excellent builders anywhere in Colorado.
11-30-07, 04:54 PM
Excel Sports (Boulder)?
12-03-07, 01:56 PM
check out colorado cyclist. they have a great wheel building staff and some great prices.
12-07-07, 04:22 AM
Scott at Salvagetti (http://www.salvagetti.com/) builds good wheels, but I don't know if he does performance wheels much; I think he mostly does higher spoke count, commuter-style wheels. It's probably worth checking with him, though.
12-07-07, 09:55 AM
Personally, I would recommend a short trip out to Louisville Cyclery. I worked there years ago and have known the owner, Scott since the late 80's when I started building frames. Now, to 100% honest here, I can only vouch for him and his "number 1", Rusty, I don't know who is on his permanent staff these days, but both Scott and Rusty are extraordinarily qualified wheel builders with literally decades experience with building race wheels.
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