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Advanced Aero TopTube Storage for Road, Gravel, & Tri...ZeroSlip & Direct-mount, made in the USA.
Most impressive is the braking - first ride I was caught out in the pouring rain and found them to brake almost as well as Aluminium rims. I really was unexpectantly impressed here!
Love the wide profile although it can be problematic with your brakes - need them almost at thier width limits. The spokes are a great upgrade - very quiet with the use of brass washers etc.
Really am very impressed and I have found James a delight to deal with. Bit hard to get them on the phone - only issue I have had. But respond to emails very quickly.
Longevity yet to be proven - but in 12 months time if they are still running well I will certainly buy another set.
Who did the rim and mold design for your wheels?
Do you own the rim molds/tooling at the factory where your wheels are made?
Where are your wheels laced, tensioned, and built?
Have you performed any aerodynamic testing on your wheels vs competing wheels?
Why should a consumer buy your wheels vs the Farsports wheels available at the following link?
I do need the wheel before April though and it would be interesting to see the test results before taking the plunge.
What tyre combination would you recommend for use with this wheel for minimum drag (aero/rolling)?
I have no idea if the data is "The Good, Bad, and Ugly" so I asked others for their input but received no responses. I actually just ordered another wheelset from Tokyowheel; these will be for my cyclocross bike so not sure if anyone on Slowtwitch will want to read about them. Subjective is what it is so I'll do what I can to provide objective data for my 2nd set once they arrive. I ordered the Elite tubular 38mm with the Tokyowheel (house brand) hub and Sapim CX-ray spokes. My 1st order was the 50 mm Epic with DT Swiss 240 hubs and Sapim CX-ray spokes. These wheels have now become my go to training wheelset.
I've not ridden sew-ups on a CX bike before so I'm excited to give them a go.I'll most likely post subjective and objective review on Cyclocross magazine forum and my youtube channel.
2 post tokyo wonder. Nice fluff review.