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Old 04-09-13, 10:09 AM   #1
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New Wheel Recommendation for Cannondale Super Six EVO

I am about to purchase a new Super Six EVO and will be upgrading the wheels that come with the bike. I am a petite women with a 48 frame. I've been riding with Ksyrium SLs and was going to buy a new set for the bike but thought that I might want to get something a little better.

The Mavic R-sys was recommended but the reviews are not that promising. They are noted as good for climbing (which is a good thing) but slow on the flats (not so good). There have also been some mechanical concerns.

Any recommendation for a solid, excellent performing clincher? I'd like a wheelset that is great for climbing and great on the flats.

The Ksyrium SLs have served me well so if all else fails, I'll stick with a good thing.
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Old 04-09-13, 10:38 AM   #2
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A Light rim DB Spokes, and a quality hub, conventionally spoked, say built and serviced Locally,
in consideration?

Core investment, a Top shelf hub, like Chris Kings? .. light rims, many.. say Mavic Open Pro, or one of DT's?

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Old 04-10-13, 07:36 PM   #3
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So which EVO are you buying and what don't you like about the stock wheelset? Depending on the frame model, ENVE, Shimano or Mavic wheelsets are already standard equipment in Canada.
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