fulcrum zero,s

gazeds
gazeds Posts: 182
edited November 2010 in Road buying advice
has anybody had any experiance of fulcrum racing zero,s

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  • Scrumple
    Scrumple Posts: 2,665
    I ate four last week, and they tore my sphincter as I passed them.

    Don't date them, from what I have heard.

    Anyone else got experiences?
  • gazeds
    gazeds Posts: 182
    Scrumple wrote:
    I ate four last week, and they tore my sphincter as I passed them.

    Don't date them, from what I have heard.

    Anyone else got experiences?
    retard
  • Scrumple
    Scrumple Posts: 2,665
    gazeds wrote:
    has anybody had any experiance of fulcrum racing zero,s

    I see your retard and double it, illiterate.
  • thel33ter
    thel33ter Posts: 2,684
    Scrumple wrote:
    gazeds wrote:
    has anybody had any experiance of fulcrum racing zero,s

    I see your retard and double it, illiterate.

    And his misunderstanding of the apostrophe, and no capital letters.

    Anyways, Fulcrum Zero's, reliable, relatively light, and look good.
    And now you know, and knowing is half the battle
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  • Chrissz
    Chrissz Posts: 727
    I had a pair, as previously stated, they are nice and light, strong (I was nearly 16st when I had mine!), stiff (they never went out of true in 2k miles of riding), and look sexy as hell - I loved the fat spokes that flared out towards the rims (always reminded me of broadswords). In all, very robust set of rims - I replaced mine with Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLRs after a (rather large) back pay wage packet :)
  • neeb
    neeb Posts: 4,467
    Great all-round wheels. The Campagnolo Shamals are effectively the same and seem to be a bit cheaper at the moment (probably just because they don't look quite as cool).
  • Scrumple
    Scrumple Posts: 2,665
    I want some for my Wilier if I am honest...
  • Dodger747
    Dodger747 Posts: 305
    thel33ter wrote:
    Scrumple wrote:
    gazeds wrote:
    has anybody had any experiance of fulcrum racing zero,s

    I see your retard and double it, illiterate.

    And his misunderstanding of the apostrophe, and no capital letters.

    Anyways, Fulcrum Zero's, reliable, relatively light, and look good.

    He's not the only one... :roll: :lol:
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  • gazeds
    gazeds Posts: 182
    it was a toss up between new wheels or upgrading the groupset on my infinito, obviously a wheel upgrade would be the best road to go down first
  • neeb
    neeb Posts: 4,467
    it was a toss up between new wheels or upgrading the groupset on my infinito, obviously a wheel upgrade would be the best road to go down first
    Definitely! Check out ebay for cheap deals on the Fulcrums and also Campagnolo Shamals. The Fulcrum 1s and Campagnolo Eurus are also very good and very similar (just very slightly heavier, but in the hubs rather than the rims I think) and cheaper. Once you go below the Eurus / 1s the construction is different I think.
  • d70ar9
    d70ar9 Posts: 139
    Almost as flair as Fulcrum Zero
    Cheaper too and they get good reviews on Weight Weenies

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  • trailstar
    trailstar Posts: 114
    man, i really wish the spokes on the zeros were black
  • Chrissz
    Chrissz Posts: 727
    You can get them red or black (I went red).
  • trailstar wrote:
    man, i really wish the spokes on the zeros were black

    I have Zeros with black spokes on my Bianchi - The are black and white rims, white hubs and black spokes ............super cool with a black and white frame.
    nice free running ceramic bearings too.
    I wholly recommend them.