Zipp 404 tubular or clincher.

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by waki, Apr 29, 2003.

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Zipp 404 Tubular Or Clincher?

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  2. NO!.

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  1. waki

    waki New Member

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    I've got the tubular ones:D .Pics coming soon.
     
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  2. nferyn

    nferyn New Member

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    Don't know how to answer yes or no to this one, I'm affraid

    Niek
     
  3. climbo

    climbo New Member

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    tubies - yes, clinchers - no. Did I answer correctly?
     
  4. Neo

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    Tubular is best. Just look at the weight saving on the rims alone. Reducing revolving weight is the best way to make performance gains.
     
  5. waki

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    CHOOSE:
    YES! FOR TUBULAR.
    NO! FOR CLINCHER.

    *sorry for the confusion.
     
  6. nferyn

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    I rode tubulars for many years and I must admit they roll a little better than clinchers, are more comfortable and lighter, but also more expensive overall.

    I would still choose tubulars for racing and clinchers for training and other riding

    So it depends on your goals and the money / time you have available

    Niek
     
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