As reader bpotstra said on Flickr, “those are some insanely nice wheels dudes!”
Mark V explains the build in this video.
drool… these are the kinds of Hugga posts that keep me coming back. Glad to see Mark went unconventional for his track wheels rather than buying the standard Canes or Zipps
Thanks! And agree. It’s also not well known that you can just by the rims from Hed. Mark also built up [a Hed Wheel with Mavic’s hub](http://bikehugger.com/2009/01/hed-c2-rims-and-mavic-hubs.html), which I wish Mavic would license.
A Barbed Wire Ride
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Hell of the North Ride
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