James Mollison, a young Cat 2 member of Pro City Racing wanted an everyday training wheelset. He chose the Diablo wheelset for its strength and reasonably lightweight characteristics. He will use these for racing when the conditions warrant.
Kevin was looking for an all-rounder wheelset with an emphasis on aerodynamics. As a sponsored Pro City Racing road team member, Kevin took full advantage of the sponsorship deal courtesy Zed Wheels and ENVE Composites. The rear is an ENVE 65 clincher laced to a black Alchemy ORC 24h rear hub with CX-Ray spokes. The…Read more Kevin’s ENVE 45/65 wheelset
A 2012 Pro City Racing road team member, Alex wanted a a fast all rounder racing wheelset for his custom Trek Madone Project One bike. He chose the light and very aero ENVE 3.4 tubulars. What he got was an 1150g custom hand built wheelset that will certainly cheat its way through the wind as…Read more Alex’s custom ENVE 3.4 team wheelset
Ryan, just spent several months traveling and when he got back, well, the wallet wasn't quite as thick as it had been. Still, as a member of the Zed Wheels' sponsored Pro City Racing road team, Ryan wanted a sweet wheelset for race season. He chose a pimped version of the popular Diablo SL. He…Read more Ryan’s team wheelset
Okay, I could not resist building these. The Enve 25s are some of the lightest hoops on the market at a mere 250g per rim. When I saw the review of the new Dash Cycles Nikki (front) and Monica (rear) hub set, at 174g per set, I had to try this build. I chose Sapim…Read more Custom ENVE 25 & Dash Nikki/Monica 935g!
I wanted to make use of a sample taiwanese Formula-like track hub that I received from one of my suppliers. It's well built and 32 hole drilling. I didn't want to build with carbon, deep carbon. Now 32h is kind of overkill for an 88mm deep carbon tubular rim, but why not? I scrounged up…Read more 88mm deep Carbon track wheel