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Old 04-15-03, 10:02 PM
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Originally posted by DnvrFox
For all you would ever want to know about wheels and drag and inertia:

http://www.analyticcycling.com/WheelsConcept_Page.html

Most folks I hvae read who truly know what they are talking about feel that advantages due to weight differences in wheels are highly overrated when compared with other variables.

Go to rec.bicycles.tech for more discussion about such things
Thanks for the links. I previously searched for info, but I couldn't find any.

I do understand that there are other factors besides weight that go into bikes and wheels. I just don't see the difference between 2 extra pounds of frame weight, and 2 extra pounds of body fat (unless you're a serious racer, where every little bit counts)? To me, the whole weight thing just seemed overrated.

Once again, thanks to all for the replies.

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