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Old 07-08-10, 11:55 AM   #1
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Ahoy! My name is, Luke, and I love to ride my track bike! I put in about 150 miles a week and commute 4 out of 5 days to work on bike. I have yet to ride a velodrome, but think of the streets as my track.

So I've been looking everywhere and can't find a rear wheel cover for my track bike.

YES - I do know about wheel builder dot com

NO - They do not make wheel covers for track bikes.

Currently I have a coroplast wheel cover that I made, but I'm not so happy with it. Don't get me wrong, the wheel cover works VERY well and I've noticed a difference in my riding, but I want something with a thinner profile so I can set up my cadence comp which has a rear wheel speedometer.

Any suggestions? I saw one wheel by a company called Track Lite, but haven't been able to find them on the interwebs. I've read through the forums on this site and many others but have yet to find the right info!

Hope y'all can help!
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Old 07-08-10, 01:18 PM   #2
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That is a bunch of miles on a track bike.
I am no help on wheel covers.
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