RODI wheels



bobbyOCR

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Very unkown brand. Wheels are on the weighty side, so you'd wanna hope their durable. Hidden nipples and paired spokes would make maintenance a pain. I think there are much better options, unless they are DIRT cheap.

And they appear to make sinks too.
 

dain2772

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They are coming on a BH bike that I am very seriously considering buying... which is my first road bike.. would they be suitable for this kind of usage?
 

bobbyOCR

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dain2772 said:
They are coming on a BH bike that I am very seriously considering buying... which is my first road bike.. would they be suitable for this kind of usage?
What kind of usage? Recreational/club racing yeah they would be absolutely fine. If you get them and want to upgrade, you have some great training wheels.
 

dain2772

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purely recreational at this point in time.. looking to do longer rides up to 100km on them, but at this point in time no serious racing.
 

Adamchambers

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What are the Rodi Airline Evo like and what british wheel set would they relate to. are they good valure for money and what should i expect to pay.


Adam