The original wheels on my £300 Triban 3 regularly went out of true. The wheels on the more expensive (list price £750) Ultra AF700 and the RS501's I put on the Triban have all been fine, they also roll better.Out of interest, for those that said the wheels are poor, how does that manifest itself? i.e. what do you notice about them that you don't with the upgraded wheels?
If you mean their bikes I can't comment. If you are talking of other products I've been once and wouldn't return. I was looking for shoes and also browsed clothing. I left feeling I had made a wasted journey.Are they any good ?
Heavy and impossible to get a tyre on and off the rim, so fixing a puncture outside was impossible. This was with the Triban RC520, I cant comment about the other bikes. I wouldnt buy another bike from there personally.Out of interest, for those that said the wheels are poor, how does that manifest itself? i.e. what do you notice about them that you don't with the upgraded wheels?
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