Ah yes, indeed that is what I meant! Crossed up product with link, then inserted info from the (wrong) link. Thanks Ketchup (from a mustard lover)
I'm super interested in these.I got hooked up with a set of these TR30 a month early and put them through a couple Enduros with no issues. Been running the TR27 as my XC wheelset for over a year, so happy to see a rim that handles 2.5-2.6 better.
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For the wheel that you had rebuilt that they determined that the spokes were damaged - any idea of the amount of mileage you had on it? Did they specify where the spoke damage was / what to look out for in the future?Already have 2 sets of Berds. BTW, I recently broke a hub and they re-laced it for a VERY reasonable dollar amount and when they received it they said my spokes were pretty damaged so they used all new spokes. So they get an A++ for after sales support.
I had been on a borrowed wheel for 2 months and the bike felt so much better once I got my normal wheel/ tire combo back installed.
That said. I have another set of rims and hubs heading their way for my Spur build. The completed wheels should weigh about 1170 grams or so when completed. Carbon Fan T800 rims, 29mm wide front & 26mm rear. The front is a XC layup & the rear is a trail/ AM layup. Carbon-Ti hubs.
The new Berd lace up did cost $694 (black + shipping) however as I already paid the invoice so I think their prices have increased a bit.
Email Charlie at BERD and they will send over the rim profile drawing. I don't want to share without their permission, but FWIW they look similar to LightBike AM30s rims. I don't think the BERD rims have anything super special going on, so either option will be solid.I'm super interested in these.
Any idea what the rim profile is? Rim depth, sidewall width etc.
I'm debating getting these or a set of Nobl TR37's with Berd spokes installed, any feedback you can offer would be appreciated.
The wheel had been my exclusive rear wheel, ridden 2-3x/ week, for 2 years. So I'm estimating around 3120 miles on it. The wheel was definitely ridden hard. Jumps, drops, endless chunk, probably about 12 rear tires worn out on it.For the wheel that you had rebuilt that they determined that the spokes were damaged - any idea of the amount of mileage you had on it? Did they specify where the spoke damage was / what to look out for in the future?