The wheels are used Mavic Ksyriums from circa 2009 or so? The hubs are thus some type of Mavic design. Since Mavic wheels are designed as a system I doubt those particular hubs would be sold separately. As an engineer I love the Mavic wheels because of their unique very dedicated approach. Though I agree with many others that it's a pain to work on them due to difficulty in obtaining parts.
Well these Dura-Ace levers are built with Di2 electric shifting. It was pretty simple to remove the micro switches and the wiring. Then I just staked the shift mechanism in place with 3M 2-part epoxy and voila - brake levers only. The shape of the hoods is very comfortable. I started out with Cane Creek levers, which are more retro looking, but they are just not as ergonomic as the Dura-Ace units.
My newest complete build and first in about 2-1/2 years, which curiously was also a Soma Rush. This one is meant to be retro casual urban. I very pleased with how it turned out. More info in the Soma and Pake Lounge thread ---> The Soma and Pake Lounge
Hey guys, lets go play bikes!
hello! here is my '78 triumph, and current project '88 bianchi with stuck seatpost and bb...
since there has been so much attention to townie bikes lately
Went for a little ride to Ford Island on sunday.
Wow, you've gotta be the only guy biking there, that place is pretty industrial. Nice bike BTW, if I ever see you around I'll say hi.
Had a nice ride this morning.