Re: [CR]tubular question...

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From: "ehbusch" <>
To: "Thomas Adams" <>, <>, "Andrew Gura" <>
References: <>
Subject: Re: [CR]tubular question...
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 13:45:06 -0500

Weighing around 240 lbs. Had a lot of luck training and racing on FIR - Isidis and Quasar rims.

Ed Busch
Vonore Tennessee USA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Adams"
To: ; "Andrew Gura"
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2008 11:11 AM
Subject: Re: [CR]tubular question...

> Ambrosio Montreals are pretty tough for tubies, and seem to pop up
> regularly. I believe I've even seen them in polished silver, but I can't
> swear to it.
> Tom Adams
> wrote:
> My vote is on a GP4 for every day.
>>From: Andrew Gura
>>Date: 2008/02/21 Thu PM 08:17:26 CST
>>Subject: [CR]tubular question...
>>i'm wondering if anyone can make a recommendation for a vintage tubular
>>rim for street use.
>>preferably something on the stronger side (as i weigh around 190), 700c,
>>and somewhat easily tracked down on ebay.
>>i have a pair of gold mavic rdm's on another bike but i've been told that
>>they're a little light for hitting potholes and such.
>>there are so many different kinds it's hard to tell what a good choice is.
>>i'd appreciate any ideas.
>>andrew gura
>>los angeles, california