Cane Creek Duros Wheelset

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

A durable but quick wheel for all-around mountain/ free ride bikes using either disc brakes or rim brakes.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by ben a Weekend Warrior from redlands, ca, usa

Date Reviewed: May 23, 2008

Strengths:    stiff (more than my mavic sx's), reasonably light, incredibly strong. never out of true, strong hubs

Weaknesses:    not tubeless. slightly heavier than my mavic sx's.

Bottom Line:   
used these for mostly all mountain riding. did two DH races where they performed admirably. they are far more stiff than the mavic sx however they are about 250grams heavier for the set. i've had them serviced once every year and i really have no complaints.

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Favorite Trail:   Grape Road

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Purchased At:   came with bike

Similar Products Used:   mavic sx

Bike Setup:   06 fuji thrill 1.0

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Cane Creek Duros with Stan's Notubes kit?

Anyone running or tried this? I got a set used that was set up to run this way, but the previous owner didn't/couldn't get it to hold air for very long. I'm wondering if anyone else has run the Duros as a tubeless set up? Is going tubeless really worth it over using tubes? The Duros has a 28mm w ... Read More »

Anybody have experience with Cane Creek wheelsets? - DiscV/Duros/Zonos/Wam

I was just wondering if anybody here has ridden a set of the CaneCreek DiscVs/Duros or even the Zonos/Wam, etc. I plan on riding very aggressive XC/trail riding with ~2.3 tires and Hayes hydros on them. I don't plan on hucking them, all drops I do are to a smooth tranny, and I only weigh around 15 ... Read More »

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