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    Easton Vista SLs vs Reynolds Alta Race/Solitude

    I have been looking for a new wheelset for a while and have finally decided that I am going to take the plunge. As far as my needs, I am an Expert class mountain biker, who does alot of road training with a bunch of hammerhead road racers, mostly interval work with some hills, very rarely riding more than 70-80miles. I do the occasional road race, but not too often. I find myself going back to an aluminum 30mm rim clincher and the the Easton Vista SL and the Reynolds Alta Race/Solitude seem to be the best bang for the buck.

    Any thoughts as to a preference for one over the other and reasons why?

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    I've been riding and racing on Vista SLs for a couple of years and like them a lot. Haven't had to true them since I bought them and they're reasonably light. Had to rebuild the rear hub when it started creaking earlier this year, but that was no big deal. No experience with the Reynolds so can't compare the two.

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