New Ritchey Superlogic Wheels
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    New Ritchey Superlogic Wheels



    Just released into the wild. Clinchers weigh only 1,395g per set, while the tubulars are an amazing 1,171g. These wheels have changed my life.

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    Angelo here from Ritchey.

    Dave asked me to post a shot of my bike with our SuperLogic Clinchers...here it is. I was commuting on this set for a little while before I had to let them go to another employee (passing them around the office).

    LOVED them and can't wait for my turn again!


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    Picture not included. And that makes me a sad panda.

    Are the tubulars "cross friendly"?
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    Strange... here's a link to the photo. http://twitpic.com/o6xgc/full

    Which reminds me...Follow us on Twitter! www.Twitter.com/RitcheyLogic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolhand

    Are the tubulars "cross friendly"?
    Totally friendly.
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    Geez, that's light! Add to cart!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_AD
    Strange... here's a link to the photo. http://twitpic.com/o6xgc/full

    Which reminds me...Follow us on Twitter! www.Twitter.com/RitcheyLogic
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaddSkillz
    Geez, that's light! Add to cart!

    Here you go!
    http://www.ritcheylogic.com/dyn_prodfamily.php?k=135225

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    I see two part numbers each for both the rear as a sew up and clincher, does that mean there is a Campy option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by z5Thor
    I see two part numbers each for both the rear as a sew up and clincher, does that mean there is a Campy option?
    Yes, that's correct. There's a Shimano/SRAM version hub and a Campy hub. We've been changing some stuff around on our webpage, it looks like that bit of important info was left off. It should be fixed later today.
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