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  1. #1
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    Zipp Goes Tubeless

    I know people have different feelings about Zipp (a fan of their old 101, haven't reied anything else) and road tubeless (definitely a fan thus far- 300 miles in), but FWIW:

    Zipp Goes All in on Tubeless Disc with Eight New Wheels - Peloton Magazine
    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    Finally. Weights are still higher the the direct competition, but Zipp rims are pretty bulletproof. Their in-house hubs on the--on the other hand--have been a mixed bag.

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    I really like my Zipp Course 30 Disc wheels. I have not gone tubeless on them, since I like my Challenge open tubular Paris Roubaix tires. But I may go tubeless after I wear out my current set of tires. I like the fact that I can call Zipp and get a part overnight if needed (or my LBS can). This is unlike Fulcrum, for example, who are tough to get a hold of in USA and don't have parts readily available. Might be a different story in Europe.

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