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Is carbon wheels on a MTB wise?


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I see DT swiss is bringing them out.

 

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2007/tech/features/mtb_worlds07/DT-carbon-rim.jpg
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Even Ritchey's got some.

 

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2007/tech/shows/eurobike07/eurobike0710/Frischknecht_Scott_Spark_Limited_non-driveside.jpg

 

 
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Even Ritchey's got some.

  

 

He also has a big bushy mustache and I don't aspire to follow suite.Thumbs%20Down
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HIJACK!!!!

 

IFLY, saw aunty Dav and the cronies at Sugarbush yesterday.  Why didn't you join them>

 

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HIJACK!!!!

IFLY' date=' saw aunty Dav and the cronies at Sugarbush yesterday.  Why didn't you join them>
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Because I was busy dying at D2DOuch.

 

My daughter and I are in training for 94.7 so we  thought that we would get some race day enviroment.

 

They said their 120km ride took them 9 hours.
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Eish' date=' ek sal dit glo!  Sugarbush Ridge on the road is not always fun, but offroad, EISH! [/quote']

 

Carbon is definitley not for off roadConfusedConfusedConfusedConfused
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That scott is Thomas Frischkenet's (think I got that right), those wheels are not OEM, Ltd for the Scott team.

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