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How about a ZIPP 900 tubular disc in fantastic shape? It has less than 1000 miles and a NEW Continental Triathlon tire.
This wheel won't be for a TT or tri bike. It will be replacing an 808 on a bike that is making grinding noises when I stop pedaling. I thought instead of repairing the 808 which could end up being pricey, why not replace the wheel with something a bit different. I always wanted a 1080 and now there's reason to get one. Discs are great but wouldn't look right on this bike.
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: Sep 7, 17 12:27
I have one, it's in the UK, raced maybe 3 times, never trained on, I use a disc. What were you looking to pay? I can investigate postage, it's normally around $60-75, but I can check, it's been sitting for 3 years with no use. Conti Competition on it, no cassette (10sp obvs).