Bontrager Clyde Rim

3/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 505 grams MSRP : $59.00

Product Description

  • Super strong 3-cavity design
  • Patented welded and reinforced seam with machined sidewalls
  • Great for tandem use

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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:3
    Submitted by Luke Weimer a Weekend Warrior from Salem Or USA

    Date Reviewed: June 22, 2003

    Strengths:    Light, durable and stylish

    Weaknesses:    The braking surface is not vary good. But dose not prove to be a problem when the right brake pads are used.

    Bottom Line:   
    overall good rim. It is worth youre money if you are a cross country rider. You allways get what you pay for. I have had the rim for 6 months and I plan on using the rims as long as the hold up as long as i do.

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    Favorite Trail:   sill lane trails

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Purchased At:   santiam bikes

    Similar Products Used:   Mavic X517

    Bike Setup:   cross country, non aggressive, hard tail.

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    Clyde fat bike decision

    Howdy, I'm looking to buy my first fat bike for winter riding. I'm 6'2" 235-240lbs and live in Jackson,WY. I can't decide between a Pugsley and the Moonlander? My choice is based on tire size needs for our powder snow? I'll be riding primarily groomed trails and some packed singletrack. Thou ... Read More »

    Am i a crazy clyde?

    i am still in the process of loseing weight, 265 from a start of 360 and sometimes just don't feel like riding or cant so i am around the house and still need exercise lately i have been using an old 15" off road tire and rim that i hook to a belt with a chain and drag it around the back yard to ... Read More »

    Can a Clyde really ride on snow? Fatbike advice needed.

    Hello all, I've decided I want a fatbike. I live in Stockholm now and I want to do some fatbiking in the winter, and explore some out-of-the-way places in other seasons. I'll bikepack, using frame / seatpost bags. I have a few questions, if you don't mind - in order of importance. 1) I weigh ... Read More »

    Best hardtail for a clyde, up to $2k budget

    Hi guys, I'm looking to get a new mtb. and I appreciate any advice. I have ridden some, but mainly lots of road riding. I'm 6'3" and 260. I've had a hard tail a long time ago and more recently a full-suspension Giant Trance. I want to go back to a hardtail bike, probably a 29er (though I'm ope ... Read More »

    first post for a clyde

    first post for me somewhat recently got back into bikes and stoping in to say hello i bought a specialized hardrock sport from the lbs. im 50 years old 6'3 280 lbs my weight started at 360 since biking my blood sugar is normal my bood pressure is normal and cholesterol is normal i no longer h ... Read More »

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