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Old 08-07-2018, 09:37 PM
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Old 10-02-2018, 08:52 AM
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Old 10-14-2018, 07:34 AM
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TTT and now $825 shipped, not including PP fees.
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:47 PM
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perfect fodder for your winter pursuit of buying speed instead of riding your bike!
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:57 PM
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If these where tubular Id be buying them, they are great wheels and you guys dont know what you are missing here.

Below is a review of the Reynolds Aero 46s by RyanH who I will call a wheel expert with very high expectations and lots of experience.

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I've gotten a few rides in on the Reynolds 46 Aero and the one thing I can comment on is how impressive they are in the wind. Saturday was our typical PCH ride and it was a solid 10 mph cross wind with gusts of 20+ along the canyons. I didn't notice the wind once, everyone else was b*tching to no end about how bad the wind was. Today was even worse with 20mph winds and I'd say they felt the same as Nemesis. Seriously, if you told me the forecast for the day was horribly windy, I wouldn't be bothered to take these off and put Nemesis on. They're surreal in that respect, I've never had a wheel like this in cross winds...even Bora 35s catch more wind than these (noticeably more).

Braking is also different than my RZRs, much better, although more audible too. They're halfway between Bora braking noise and Enve NBT. Braking modulation and feel is very good though, possibly even better than Bora 35s.

I told Imaking20 that I was surprised he sold these to me, as these are probably one of the best wheels I've ridden. Paired with the Vlaanderen, they're a super versatile combo. I can run them at 65/75 for bad road/cruising days or 80/85 for fast rides on smooth tarmac. They take the edge off larger bumps that would normally sting your feet on a carbon bike (didn't quite get that sensation ever with the Ti bikes).
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I apologize if this information is already in here, but what is the width of the rim? Also, do you know what year these are from?
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I apologize if this information is already in here, but what is the width of the rim? Also, do you know what year these are from?
https://support.reynoldscycling.com/...-72_AERO-Mixed

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Old 01-29-2019, 08:06 PM
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I apologize if this information is already in here, but what is the width of the rim? Also, do you know what year these are from?
Never mind, a quick search on the 'net answered my questions...
https://support.reynoldscycling.com/wheels/58-Aero
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Old 01-29-2019, 09:09 PM
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Never mind, a quick search on the 'net answered my questions...
https://support.reynoldscycling.com/wheels/58-Aero
I'm not sure if you are assuming from that screen shot that these are from 2013, but I'm pretty sure they are not. I got them on here from ColnagoFan back in '17, and iirc he told me they were from the 2016 MY. Not sure of the differences from year to year, but the graphics might not have changed much but some features did. Namely these have the improved brake track designed for use with cryo blue pads, which come with the wheels. Also included are wheelbags. I believe they are 26mm outer width.

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Old 01-29-2019, 09:14 PM
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Old 01-29-2019, 09:20 PM
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If these where tubular Id be buying them, they are great wheels and you guys dont know what you are missing here.

Below is a review of the Reynolds Aero 46s by RyanH who I will call a wheel expert with very high expectations and lots of experience.
Thx Karl; yea I'm kind of surprised myself these haven't sold at this price. I guess the market is just flooded with crazy-good carbon clinchers these days!

I've been riding their attack wheels for several seasons now and they are just bombproof. Just can't find many reasons to switch them out for these 58s even though they are a few years newer. When the Zanc Ti finally comes in however, I may find a better reason to hold on to them...
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Old 04-16-2019, 03:39 AM
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Tubeless compatible?

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Old 04-16-2019, 08:35 PM
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