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Sweet Wheels

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I started using a test set of RFSW wheels on Tuesday and used them through Giro di Coppi.  They roll really nicely, and they're very sure footed.  Banking through the downhill right (turn 3) on the Coppi course was really fun, and they were aero enough that I was able to initiate several moves on downhills and then press the gap open on the subsequent riser.  Though they're deep and aero, they're still absolutely light enough for climbing, at nearly 100 grams lighter than Mavic Ksyrium SLs (and also a couple of hundred bucks less espensive).   One easy observation to...

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PREpared

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My toolbox is pretty well stocked.  If I was to crash in Saturday's race, there's a huge likelihood I could rebuild my bike for Sunday without going to a shop.  Of course, the one notable exception to this is if I were to damage my frame.  Frames are typically harder to replace.  We were as aggressive as we could afford to be in pricing our frames - that should be evident.  When it came time to plan our crash replacement policy, we were at a bit of a loss.  How do you price a crash replacement frame when all of...

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Plenty

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We'll have plenty to say soon - from an inside look at the creation of a bicycle company, to scathing commentary about the bicycle industry, and maybe some cat pictures.

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