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Ben's Powertap and Novatec Carbon Tubular goodness

Aero Carbon Nextie Novatec Sapim Testimonials Time Trial or Tri TT and Triathlon Wheel Repairs

Ben's Powertap and Novatec Carbon Tubular goodness

Ben had a Powertap lurking, not being used. He heard that Cam was getting some new carbon hoops so he felt a need to get some too! He is one of the last bastion of tubular users. We honestly think that tubs still ride nicer than even the nicest and most supple wide clinchers, but it's also fair to say they can be a hassle. Ben thinks they are worth the effort ... We specced tried and true tubular carbon hoops from Nextie in 45mm, specifically the NXT45RT. We laced Ben's Powertap into a 32h rear rim, and supplied a...

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Fast, furious, and non-ferrous

Classic and Retro Road Bike Wheel Builds Testimonials Track and Fixed Wheel Builds

Fast, furious, and non-ferrous

No rocket science to this cross town rocket ship. Add a proven alloy track frame, some carbon road forks, and a set of XLR8 Rouleurs and there you have it … a “Commuter World Championships” winning onespeed for every occasion.

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Very very happy with them!

Classic and Retro Racing Road Bike Wheel Builds Sapim Specials Testimonials Time Trial or Tri TT and Triathlon Velocity Wheel Builds XLR8 Hubs

Very very happy with them!

It’s great when you get a huge rap via email from a new customer! Stephen needed some new wheels for winter riding in Adelaide. Alloy was preferred, due to motivation often seeing him ride the rain with his small (but

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Rolling in glitter! The Prolite Bracchiano to Track wheel conversion.

Sapim Testimonials Track Track and Fixed Wheel Builds Wheel Repairs

Rolling in glitter! The Prolite Bracchiano to Track wheel conversion.

Richard has been using these Pro-Lites for some time, and found them to be a pretty good option for local criteriums. They were reasonably stiff, and being a cheaper pair of wheels, he wasn’t to worried about them getting damaged

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