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Ican Aero 50 wheels

Old 10-27-21, 03:19 PM
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Ican Aero 50 wheels

Hi guys,

Im currently building a new road bike and have spent a **** load of time to sand down the frame before I can apply new paint to it.

As a bright joy in the sanding boredom, I received the wheels that I will fit to the bike. Ive done some research and decided on the ICAN Aero 50 Disc wheels.

Any ICAN users out there? Whats your experience?

I put together an unboxing video to share my first thoughts.

cheers!



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Nice video!

I've got a set of "ICAN Aero 35" wheels with DT Swiss hubs. Got friends with deeper ICAN wheels who are more than happy with them.

ICAN Wheels: Fat and Furious



I bought via their Australian dealer, rather than direct. Was thinking of ordering one of their full-disc rear wheels for the TT bike.

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Nice video!

I've got a set of "ICAN Aero 35" wheels with DT Swiss hubs. Got friends with deeper ICAN wheels who are more than happy with them.

ICAN Wheels: Fat and Furious



I bought via their Australian dealer, rather than direct. Was thinking of ordering one of their full-disc rear wheels for the TT bike.

Nice! I was unaware they have delers out. Ive heard a lot of good things about the wheels so Im looking forward to ride them. Unfortunately the winter is coming here in Sweden so I wont have enjoyable roads to ride for another 5 months. 😢
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