Nuke Proof SUPERFLY Wheelset

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $300.00


Product Description

NUKE PROOF SUPERFLY


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Art Castro a Cross Country Rider from Pasadena,Ca,USA

Date Reviewed: June 7, 2001

Strengths:    Strong,light, and best bang for the buck!

Weaknesses:    a little flex

Bottom Line:   
So far, these wheels have held up well. Worth every penny!

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Favorite Trail:   El Prieto

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Purchased At:   Velo Pasadena

Similar Products Used:   xtr/217,xt/217,tnt/217,and white industries/open4cd

Bike Setup:   Foes XFC,manitou mars c,gs 9.0sl,cooks cranks,easton ct stem & seatpost,time carbon pedals

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Rocco Cherone a Weekend Warrior from Layton UT

Date Reviewed: August 15, 2000

Strengths:    NUKE PROOF CUSTOMER SERVICE KICKS ASS !!!

Bottom Line:   
Like I said in my review on 7/30, my rear superfly crapped out. I called Nuke Proof and left a message concerning this. Nuke Proof not only went through the trouble of playing phone tag to get in touch with me for a few days, but it was no less than Nuke Proof's CEO who got in touch with me. This dewd was super cool and took time out of his busy schedule to shoot the stuff about the killer mountain biking in Utah. I was instructed to send in my hub for a new one. Kudos and thanks to John at Nuke Proof.

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Favorite Trail:   Various

Duration Product Used:   2 Years


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Opinions on Superfly 100 AL or Scott Genius 940 purchase.

Ok guys I have narrow down my bike purchase to these 2 bikes. They are both right at about 2k give or take. I really don't need the travel of the Genius 940 but I like the shimano group it comes with. I have never ridden it either on the trail. I have ridden and like the superfly elite on the tr ... Read More »

Keep the Mamba or Spring for a Superfly Al

Current bike is a 2012 Mamba, upgraded the wheels to bontrager rhythm comps and started a tubeless set up this year. My shop is selling a 2013 Trek Superfly Al for $1400. I race and want good results and all that. So I put this to you. Sell my Mamba and get the new bike or keep it? If you s ... Read More »

My new Trek superfly 100 Al elite

Well about a month ago I got a Trek Marlin and was considering upgrading the the fork and some other forks but this past Friday I went by the trek store and traded it in for a whole new bike lol. I got the Superfly 100 AL elite. I really like this bike and I think it will do what I want to do. The M ... Read More »

Thoughts on the superfly 100 al elite/pro?

Just wondering what those of you that have either of these have to say about them. I'm real close to pulling the trigger and would like to hear from those that have put a few miles on them.Read More »

Adapter for 180mm Rear Rotor on Trek Superfly 100

Is it possible to install a 180mm rear rotor on a trek superly 100? The frame may not be built to except a rear rotor larger than 160mm. I removed the 160mm rotor and caliper mount. I then installed a 180mm rear rotor and caliper mount adapter for a rear 180mm rotor. The wheel still did ... Read More »

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