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reynolds attack vs. fulcrum zero

Old 08-11-08, 07:54 AM
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reynolds attack vs. fulcrum zero

i'll be looking at a set of racing wheels for the spring and i've decided on either of these two wheelsets. both are pretty evenly priced. and my lbs can get a deal for me on both of them. Which would you guys go for? they're both great wheelsets.
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Don't have Zeros but do have Racing 1's and I like them a lot. They spin up quickly, hold a line well, climb very well, and they're quiet. They have a nice ride quality to them as well. They feel light and fast but they don't beat me up. Finally, and I like this a lot, I don't see them on every bike I pass like Mavic.

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What are you racing on now? What type of racing? What do you weigh?

They are both nice wheels.
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i'm on mavic aksium race. majority of my racing will be road races with the occasional crit thrown in. and i weigh right around 137-140ish
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At your weight, I'd look at the neuvation tubulars that are on sale now. 600 bucks for a set of carbon tubulars.

You should be fine on them if you plan on using them as race wheels and such.
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