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  1. #1
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    Nothing like a wheel upgrade on the 928!

    A friend at work almost talked me into Easton SL 90s(?) I think. But after reading about all the broken spokes on these forums - he broke one too once - I went with the recommendation of my local Bianchi dealer Charlie Kuhn at Kopp's Cycle in Princeton NJ. He loves the Fulcrums and gave me a nice deal on a set of Racing 1s 2 way fit. Moved my Conti 4000s over but now can go tubeless at some time. LOVE them, they roll great and seem to climb better than what I'm used to.

    Nothing like a wheel upgrade on the 928!-wheel-upgrade.jpg

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    Looks great! Lighter wheels= better climbing for sure.

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