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WTB Laser Disc XC Wheelset

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Product Description

WTB’s lightest hoops, the LaserDisc XC at 425-grams, laced with 28 WTB double-butted spokes to LaserDisc Lite hubs. This elite-level wheelset combines race-winning acceleration with long-term durability. Optional LaserDisc SingleDuty rear hub.


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Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Greg Spolar a Weekend Warrior from Kunshan, Jiangsu, China

Date Reviewed: June 1, 2008

Strengths:    Light weight, look good

Weaknesses:    With less than 200 km on them, the rear wheel is no longer straight enough to ride.

Bottom Line:   
I just purchased this bike here in Kunshan. Although the mountain biking is limited in here, the short travel and light weight are perfect for riding the rough roads or city riding. I love this bike. I'm a big guy, 6'-1" and 190 lbs. With only 200 km of riding, I've bunny hopped a couple of speed bumps and ridden off a curb here and there. Now the rear wheel wiggles more than a hooker's ass on Friday night. It needs some serious straightening. I know it's a racing wheelset, but I'm not even riding off road! Anything designed for off road use should easily handle the riding I've done without trouble.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Similar Products Used:   Cane Creek Duros, custom built wheels.

Bike Setup:   Giant Anthem, full Shimano XT, 3.5" Fox suspension front and rear.

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