New Rear Wheel

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lbmxj560
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New Rear Wheel

Postby lbmxj560 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 14:41 pm

Here goes.

As the winter draws in (more and more rapidly) I am spending more and more time on the turbo trainer and using TrainerRoad (love it). I am, however, getting well and truly fed up of having to change the rear tyre every time I want to go for a ride outside or on the trainer (I have a turbo specific tyre).

As such, can anyone point me in the direction of a cheap, 10spd Shimano compatible, rear wheel that my turbo tyre can live on?

Following on from this, can anyone advise whether or not I will need to re index/alter limits on the derailleur for different wheels? I don't want to have to do this every time I want to use my turbo!

What a pain!

Cheers all

keef66
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Re: New Rear Wheel

Postby keef66 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 15:01 pm

Shimano R501's from Ribble were the cheapest reasonable wheels I could find when I was assembling my winter bike build. £70 for the pair IIRC.

DesWeller
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Re: New Rear Wheel

Postby DesWeller » Fri Oct 11, 2013 19:15 pm

I'd get the cheapest, nastiest 700c rear wheel on ebay I could find. Shoot for £25, I think you'll get it!

SloppySchleckonds
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Re: New Rear Wheel

Postby SloppySchleckonds » Fri Oct 11, 2013 19:18 pm

^WHS

PS. Winter is 2.5 months away
I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles

blackhands
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Re: New Rear Wheel

Postby blackhands » Fri Oct 11, 2013 19:38 pm

Decathlon - I use a Decathlon front wheel on my turbo

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/rear-700c-wh ... #avantages


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