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Great wheel valus
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
I bought the GRX wheels as a second set for my allroads bike on the recommendation of my independent mechanic. He claimed that these wheels rode as well, if not better, than wheels costing twice as much. He wasnt exaggerating. I mounted 28c Conti GP 4-Season tires (set at 80 psi) and the ride is incredible. With 1000 miles on and some big spring rides coming I could not be more pleased. Or, maybe I could. I am not running these wheels tubeless yet but plan to when I need new tires. Finally, I will add that I have a set of alloy wheels that did cost twice as much as the GRX set. I like the GRXs better.
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