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    WTB: 700c Touring Wheelset (Mavic, Velocity, VO)

    Looking for a touring wheelset of pretty high quality, hopefully Mavic A719, Velocity Dyad, Velo Orange Diagonale, etc. No preference on 126mm or 130mm spacing. Strongly prefer all silver/gray.

    What ya' got?
    Last edited by amgarcia; 02-10-14 at 08:54 PM.
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    May look at something slightly lighter duty, suited for bike camping, commuting, gravel grinding, and randonneuring. At least 32h (36h preferred) with a rim wide enough to run a at least a 700x35c tire. 130 - 140lb rider with a loaded bike at 50lbs or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amgarcia View Post
    May look at something slightly lighter duty, suited for bike camping, commuting, gravel grinding, and randonneuring. At least 32h (36h preferred) with a rim wide enough to run a at least a 700x35c tire. 130 - 140lb rider with a loaded bike at 50lbs or so.
    Did you ever find your wheels? I have some Velocity Deep V's on Shimano LX hubs 135 in the back though...run 23's to 38's on them. I'm a larger rider, so they should hold extremely well for your needs.
    Brian | 2013 Cannondale SuperSix 5 | 2014 Trek CrossRip Comp | 2003 Trek 7300
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