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had the non disc version of those on an old hardtail and they were great. Also rockin some vueltas on my FS rig and they have been bomb proof. Ide say go for them
I have a set of the non-disk Zerolites, they hold up better than I thought they would. The bladed spokes need tweaking sometimes, but only once or twice.
If you don't need disks, Nashbar is selling the non-disk ones for $80.
I have a non-disc set on my commuter bike, sitting right outside my office right now.
I got mine at Nashbar for $60 plus shipping. After tensioning, truing, and repacking the hubs they have been great so far for getting around town every day.
I looked at lots of good reviews about them before buying them.
Salsa Vaya Ti
Novara Randonee x2
Motobecane Fantom CXX
24-hole? Bladed spokes? $120? Why?
Jenson has 32-hole Rhynolites laced to Deore disc hubs for $95