I'm 6'7" and 375lbs. I used to play basketball competitively and goofed around racing mountain bikes back in the day following the NORBA circuit for a couple of races each year. However, as a large frame cyclist I was just never competitive. It didn't bother me, Tinker Juarez and Ned Overand couldn't dunk.
I'm more overweight now than the body weight of the average cyclist. I have a very different definition of what a Clydesdale is than just the metric of just being over 200lbs. I find that mark kind of funny. At my old playing weight, and I was a stick, I was over 200lbs. I feel like I'm a Clydesdale now, but I certainly wasn't then.
I want to build up a 36h wheelset for my road bike. I may end up using a 48h rear hub, and only go 36h on the front wheel.
My question is what is the absolute strongest Mavic rim that is available (or was available) in 36h. This conversation should start with rims that were strong enough for heavy loaded touring or tandems. I weigh more than many tandem couples.
Yes it has to be a Mavic rim.