Should I substitute Bianchi or Miyata wheels on a Trek 760?
I just bought a sky-blue, ’83 Trek 760, in Reynolds 531 with Suntour Superbe, and a schlock saddle (for not a lot of money). It is dirty, but will clean up well - except for a pair of TOTALLY mismatched wheels!
The front has a V-section Campagnolo Ypsilon wheel rim with a Continental Supersport (clincher) tire, and the rear has a Ambrosio “Medialle d’or” rim with a Vittoria corsa (sew-up) on it.
Hanging on the wall, I have a good pair of UKAI 700c wheels from a Miyata 710, with worn black anodizing.
Alternatively, I could swap these UKAI’s with the Ambrosio-19 wheel set on my black Bianchi Campione, and put the Ambrosio’s on the Trek
What in your opinion, is the preferred course?