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Velocity Dyad Rim

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $51.28

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The Velocity Dyad is a versitale rimThat is a bit widerThan most 700c rims (24mm wide) making it a great choice for loadedTouring, commuting, aTandem, or a cruiser. Rim Depth: 22 mm Brake Compatibility: Rim Brake ERD: 607(32h), 596(40h, 42h), mm Valve: Presta Valve Length: Med 41-55mm TireType: Clincher Tire Diameter: 700c Weight: 480 g Width: 24 mm

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by lopek77 a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: February 2, 2015

Strengths:    Strong and good looking rims. I'm around 300lbs, and these rims are bomb proof. Built around Shimano LX hub, 36h and DT Swiss spokes.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Used to brake a lot of spokes...Not anymore. Handspun built me this wheelset, and they are the first wheels that stays round for the third year..amazing...

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Favorite Trail:   RTT

Duration Product Used:   3 years

Price Paid:    $300.00

Purchased At:   treefortbikes.com

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Barry Leonard

Date Reviewed: November 8, 2014

Strengths:    american made,strong,long lasting,great company

Weaknesses:    maybe a little heavy,but thats why they last

Bottom Line:   
Velocity is the only rims I will ever buy again. Have these on my fargo put close to 10k on them,just had a problem with rear and had to replace it.Im no lightweight and road wide schwables apples 2.3.Velocity gave me a great deal on a new rim they are a great american company that stand behind they're products.Have velocity hoops on most of my main bikes.As my other wheels wear out I'll build them back up velocity rims. Great prices,hold up well and they stand behind them,what more can you want?

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Dyad shock shaft exposed.

I follow the instructions . 1.Release the negative air pressure. 2.Attach the Cannondale high pressure pump and increase positive pressure until the shaft completely returns into the shock. 3.Follow steps 2 through 5 in the Setting Up Shock Sag procedure below. Step 2.Release all the air pr ... Read More »

Fox Dyad lost the spring for the lever

Remote Travel Reducer Lever lost the spring, is there a replacement? I hope I dont have to buy the lever its $80Read More »

Jekyll 4 x-fusion shock vs Fox DYAD review?

I see that the Jekyll 4 comes with X-fusion rear shock instead of the Fox DYAD, do any of you know the performance differences? Other than the travel adjustment of course...Read More »

For those who've sent their DYAD RT2 back to Fox...question

I posted this also in the Shock forum, but doing so here to ask fellow Trigger 29er owners. My 1 year old Fox DYAD was having the problems outlined in the following threads: [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/cannondale/fox-dyad-rt2-problem-775548-2.html[/url] [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/cannondale/ ... Read More »

DYAD RT2 Shock re-built, feels "notchy"?

My 1 year old Fox DYAD was having the problems outlined in the following thread: [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/cannondale/fox-dyad-rt2-problem-775548-2.html[/url] So after trying the various tips recommended in the thread with no luck, I sent it in to Fox. I've re-installed it, and the "gap" is ... Read More »

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