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Azonic Techlite Carbon Clincher Wheelset

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Azonic Techlite Carbon Clincher Wheelset

The Techlite Carbon Clincher has been designed with one goal in mind: The ultimate ride! Built for speed with the ultimate in durability and strength.

The Techlite Carbon Clincher is hand-crafted carbon fiber at its finest. This wheel is engineered to perform with precision in all riding conditions where speed is a priority. Produced with a 38mm profile and finished with CNC machined drilling, this wheelset weighs in at an ultra light 1400 grams per set!
  • 610g front / 790g rear
  • Carbon sidewall (10mm height)
  • Alloy hubs
  • Machined drilling
  • 6.7mm valve hole diameter
  • Height: 38mm including brake track
  • Spoke count: 20F / 24R (stainless steel)
  • Radial lacing front; Radial drive side rear and 2x non-drive side
  • ETRTO Size: 622 - 13.8
  • Skewers included

Note: This is a 10 speed specific wheelset and will only accept Shimano "deep notch" (Dura-Ace, Ultegra) 10 speed cassettes. It will not accept SRAM cassettes, of any speed, or Shimano 8/9sp cassettes. You can purchase the 8/9 speed freehub body, which will accept all Shimano and SRAM 8/9/10 speed cassettes here.

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High-End product by Azonic. It's worth every Dollar. Super light weight and super stable!
July 12, 2012
Location:
Portland, Oregon
Carbon Wheelset
A dream come true.
July 9, 2012
Location:
Dayton, Ohio
Great surprise
I threw the dice. I work at a bike shop and tried Zipp 303 and the Reynolds. Techlites are lighter, more servicible, and ride better than the Reynolds (In my opinion). The Zipps were a push financially and didn't fit my Specialized anyway. The hubs use ezo bearings and mac aero spokes. Look it up. The Shop manager is into all things two wheel as I am and turned me on to Techlites as an option. I used to race high level MTB and road and would remove my sponsors decals of the equipment if it sucked and run something else. What works, works. Period two spaces. I live and ride in a place where rolling, windy terrain is the norm with three UCI cat one climbs if you want them on any ride. If you're not getting your wheels for free these are all you need.

PROS: Fast light solid

CONS: None so far
August 7, 2012
Location:
Jackson, WYOMING
Watch out for cheap bearings
I've owned my set of wheels for 1.5 years, and while they were good the first year, after that, things started going downhill. First the spokes were rubbing and making strange clicking sounds, and had to corrected. Second, a noticeable amount of flex is apparent, even though, I am only 155lbs. Third, and the worst by far, was I did a ride and got caught in the rain. I got home, and wiped down my bike and cleaned and lubed the cassette & chain. Two days later I went to move the bike, and the rear hub was frozen! So much for the sealed bearings. When I took it in to be looked at, the mechanic said this was a problem with these wheels. Also, when I called Techlite to complain that the bearings, and or sealing were defective, they said I was past the one year warranty. The salesman, then said I should take it in to be fixed, but they won't cover anything. I have tons of road wheels, that never leaked, and have been ridden for many more years. Do be warned, that you can ride them in descent weather, but not in the rain, or you will pay.

PROS: Lightweight
December 12, 2012
Location:
Simi Valley, CA
Don't Buy These Wheels
By far the most difficult rim I have ever had for installing tires. I would guess that Techlite did not account for rim tape when running wheels specs.

To be fair I only road on them for one day, but during that one day, 40 mile ride, I went through three tubes. All three tubes punctured on the inner side, aligned with spoke holes. Despite rim tape the poor finishing on the spoke holes resulted in all three punctures.

Wheels also demonstrated very noticeable flex when climbing hard.
October 1, 2013
Location:
Saint George, Utah

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