Jaun rides MTB with us occasionally, and recently scored a late 80s Concorde road frame to build into a fixie. The old wheels he planned to use were not up to the task. The period Suzue track hubs badly needed
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.
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
We knew Rob many years ago, and were quite pleased when he came out of the woodwork based on recommendations about our approach and wheels. He’s commuting the harsh Sydney streets on his Cinelli track bike, and the stock wheels