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Old 10-12-07, 07:14 AM   #1
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what's the best track wheelset there besides the obvious 350 dollar pair. Better deal somewhere else?
http://shop.greatdealsonbikes.com/me...tegory_Code=TR

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reflex/formulas hands down.
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do most track racers use tubulars? I'm not very familiar with them
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do most track racers use tubulars? I'm not very familiar with them
A lot do and unlike on the road there isn't really a reason not to.
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