Is this a decent deal on a Powertap SL?

Discussion in 'Power Training' started by mattv2099, Feb 10, 2006.

  1. Pureshot78

    Pureshot78 New Member

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    Mike Garcia at http://www.oddsandendos.com built me a great set of wheels (DT Swiss RR1.1) I would recommend him to anyone. I believe he's out of Florida but not sure.
     


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  3. retrograde

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    I second the notion of not buying a prebuilt wheel and getting one built by a pro. I have both a standard issue Open Pro/Quality Wheelhouse wheel and a wheel built by Richard at Wheelbuilder.com. The difference is like night and day.

    As an added bonus, Richard bundles CyclingPeaks with his PowerTap systems. When you figure that into the equation his prices are indeed very competitive.
     
  4. SolarEnergy

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    You guys are making me hesitate.

    My favorite bike shop is owned by an experimented Italian guy. But has he ever built one pt wheel? (gee I hope he doesn't recognize me. Prices will go up).

    Is there any difference between building a standard wheel and a weel with a powertap hub?
     
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