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DT Swiss RR585 Rim - 32h, 700c, Black

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  • No eyelets
  • Wear control indicator
  • Made in Switzerland by DT Swiss
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$87.30 & FREE Shipping In stock. Usually ships within 3 to 4 days. Ships from and sold by Xtreme Bike & Sport.

Product Description

DT Swiss Road Racing Series Rims feature wear control indicators to show the extent of rim wear on the sidewalls.
  • No eyelets
  • Wear control indicator
  • Made in Switzerland by DT Swiss
Item Specifications
Intended UseRoad
Hub Drilling32spokes
Rim Depth30mm
Brake CompatibilityRim Brake
Manufacturer Spec ERD582mm
ISO Diameter622 / road / 29"
Valve LengthMed 41-55mm
Wheel Size700c
Tire TypeClincher
Rim Center Offset0mm
Rim MaterialAlloy
Rim JointWelded
Brake TrackMachined
Defined ColorBlack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 1 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002SR3PJG
  • Item model number: RR585
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,059,853 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John Parsons on April 24, 2011
I'm what is called a Super Clydesdale rider. At just a bit under 250 pounds, I'm pretty rough on my road bike components. I'm not abusive in anyway and I ride typical roads around the Bay Area. I put on an average of 100-150 miles per week during the riding season and ride many charity events. Usually 100KM or more. This year Im going for 100 milers at all events that have one. I've been averaging over 4,000 miles per year the past two years and will probably exceed that this year.

I have a 2004 Specialized Roubaix Comp with the 2010 SL-2 frame (warranty replacement) and full Ultegra Kit, Brooks B-17 saddle. The bike came with Mavic Equippe wheels which are pretty crappy. I was constantly truing them since they only have 24 spokes on the rear.

This week my new DT Swiss RR 585 wheels came in to my LBS. (These used to be called the RR 1.2) I've been able to ride the new wheels twice now. A casual 22 miler on rolling hills one day and an hour of hard intervals the next. I'm really impressed. I could feel the difference immediately. Not only do they feel solid but the big difference is in the stiffness. I never realized how much my Mavics flexed until I rode these DT Swiss wheels. Steering is much more accurate without being twitchy. When sprinting, the power transfer is immediate. I never knew how much power flex in the Mavics absorbed until now. Also, the noise level difference is huge. Simply stated, I no longer hear my rear drivetrain whereas the Mavics sounded like an old Huffy 10 speed. I think the straight spokes and cassette bushing (rather than a bearing) were the source of noise on the Mavics. They also have a trademark loud click on the freewheel which I find annoyiing. The Swiss' don't have either.
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