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  1. 1. For When Riding Dirty on the Velo Just Wont DoWant to know more information on the rimsyou rock in the velo? Look no further. Youll find out about which rims to choose for your day at the races.Of course, a lot of these choices come down to personal preference, so please keep in mind that you may have your own "go to" rims for race day. Whatever you choose to rock on the race track, building your bike from the ground up is a solid approach. Lets get going.Fixie Rims at the RacesTrack cycling makes for an interesting equipment list for cyclists. Because of the unique conditions that riding in a velodrome presents, riders cant simply come up using their mommas old Schwinn (even so we do really like us a goodold bicycle).The wheels you decided on for yourpersonal track bike are simply just as essential as the frame and fork you choose. That is the reason why we hope to state for everyone precisely what you should have before youdecide to hit the concrete (or wood, or anything
  2. 2. else their made of).Get rid ofCompromiseRiding on a track necessitates high speeds, smooth surfaces and consistently dry environmental surroundings. Its for thesereasons that a good choice for your fixie wheels is a set with less compromise than most may wish for road racing.Significantly less compromise usually means a deep section for both the front and rear wheels, though someprefer to go with discs for their own rears. Track racing is all about one thing: velocity. Andfinding the ideal wheels means light, responsive and springy.Training Days at the TrackA great deal of pros prefer to stick with somewhat heavier rims while training. Among the list of favorites seem to be clincher rims. Clincher wheels work nicely and wont wear out like the costlier tubular wheels. You will want to save the tubular for race days.Some Killer Race Day WheelsIf you want some great rims for race day, here you can find brief run down of a couple great brands to keep an eye out for on your hunt:single speed bicycle
  3. 3. Mavic Easton Zipp Enve What do you use as youre fighting it outwithin the velo? Are you a clincher? Do you like to feel as if youreflying with some awesome discs?Maybe youve got some customrims that only you can ride
  4. 4. Whatever it is, enjoy the ride!
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