3T had a sweet booth at Land Run 100. Then, I found these on sale stupid cheap ($360) at chainreactioncycles.com.
I popped a 28mm Clément Strada LGG on one and it instantly plumped out to 31mm @ 100 psi. 1800’ish grams. I think the wheels will support tubeless, although they don’t appear to be specifically tubeless compatible.
I love spending money on bike shit. Jesus, If I rode a mike for every dollar I spent, it would be a phenominal amount of miles.
So, when Paul crushed me, among other things that occured to me (lose weight, htfu, buy aero wheels), was that I’d been eager to try Wickwërks chainrings.
I ordered the 50/34 set for my 5-arm SRAM Force crankset, only to find out they didn’t fit! The chain keeper pin was too long, argh!
So, I did want anyone else who just spent $170 on a set of custom-machined chainrings would do: I got out the file and went to work.
Perfect fit, even managed a reasonable radius to match the crankarm.
Just over 31mm wide on a Velocity Aileron.
It’s a tight, but usable fit in the Enve road fork on my v1 Salsa Colossal.
#I realize these notes seem self-indulgent, but there is remarkably little rider information shared about Salsa Colossals.
Finally, here is some press on the Teravail Lickskillet. Setup took some work, same as the Galena, the tires were hard to get mounted around the valve. Once I applied a little Irish, they popped nicely. Two layers of Stan’s tape, and an oz of Orange Seal later, and they hold air.
Measures 30mm wide at 80 psi on a 25mm wide Velocity Aileron.
I can now get to the beer without needing to unload the bikes first. This is a nice rack!