wheel out of whack (untrue) again...
hey all, just wondering if anyone else suffers from this as i'm trying to ascertain if it's the way i ride and the surfaces that are doing it, or whether i need to look at the wheel itself, but after having my gios road bike fully serviced last week, which included truing the wheels, my back wheel has enough variation in it's spin to actually rub the brake pad by the time i got home tonight. i've done 4 x 20km commutes and a 60km series of hills last weekend, and the roads aren't perfect but i'm dumbfounded to see the wheel back in wobble mode.
i cross a few sets of train-tracks each way to and from work, and there are a few pretty rough areas of sealed/poorly maintained roads on the same ride, that are a bit jarring at speed but its not like i've been hitting gutters or anything.
i weigh 76kg so i know i'm not putting undue stress on the wheels! is this likely a result of the roads, or is it a common symptom for a wheel to lose it's true again and again when something in particular is wrong? ie. could new spokes fix it?
the wheels are ritchey aero pro rims on ritchey hubs. they're mid to late 90s.