Black and Polished for Steve’s Ti/Carbon Serotta

Rider: Steve E. Location: Rohnert Park, CA Bike: Serotta Ottrott Hubs: White Industries, T11 Rims: H Plus Son, Archetype Spokes: DT Swiss Competition & Sapim CX-Ray Nipples: Brass Weight: 1,692g Steve has a beautiful titanium and carbon fiber Serotta Ottrott and was looking for a better set of wheels for it.  The White Industries hubs are my favorite road hubs available...

Steven’s 26″ Trail Wheels

Rider: Steven C. Location: Valrico, FL Bike: Pivot 5.7 C Hubs: Hadley Rims: WTB KOM i23, 26″ Spokes: DT Swiss Competition Nipples: Brass and alloy Weight: 1,752g Steven was looking for a lighter set of wheels for his Pivot, and he wanted faster freehub engagement and less noise too.  The Hadley hubs have 72 points of engagement and are pretty...

Michael’s Gold Hadley and Nox 29er Wheels

Rider: Michael K. Location: Washington, DC Bike: Specialized Stumpjumper Hubs: Hadley Rims: Nox Composites Teocalli 29 Spokes: DT Swiss Revolution Nipples: Alloy Weight: 1,590g Last year Michael purchased a set of Hope/WTB Frequency i23 650B wheels from me for his Scott Scale.  He recently purchased a new full suspension 29er and wanted an even nicer set of wheels for it,...

Chris’s Wheels for the Rapha Cent Cols Southern Alps Challenge

Rider: Chris S. Location: Birmingham, AL Bike: Specialized Tarmac Hubs: White Industries, T11 Rims: Pacenti SL23 Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray, 24/28 Nipples: Alloy Weight: 1,460g Chris is signed up to ride Rapha’s Cent Cols Challenge, specifically the Southern Alps Challenge.  The ride is 10 days and covers 1200 miles and has more than 150,000ft of climbing!  Last year, on one of the...

Steve’s 2nd Set of Road Wheels

Rider: Steve T. Location: Augusta, GA Bike: Specialized Tarmac Hubs: White Industries, T11 Rims: DT Swiss RR440 Spokes: DT Swiss, Competition 2-cross front, 3-cross rear Nipples: DT Swiss, brass on rear DS, alloy elsewhere Weight: 1,686g Steve has a set of SWW wheels for his Roubaix, and he liked them so much he wanted another pair for his Tarmac.  We did...