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Old 02-10-19, 11:17 AM
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DaveSSS
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The neutron would be fine if you really do a lot of climbing and you're in top shape (low weight for climbing), but if you're just a recreational rider like most of us, the Zonda is a sweet deal - quite a bit cheaper and only 80 grams heavier. They do require the magnet to fish a nipple into the rim, if a spoke ever needs changing. Some would suggest buying a Campy spoke replacement kit that has a mix of front and rear spokes, in case any are ever needed.
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