Shimano 105 - Mach Road Wheel Sale
- Next Day & World Wide Shipping
- Excellent Customer Service
- Buy in Store
- Shimano 105 hubs on Mach 1 700c road rims
- Front & rear wheels available
- Choose from black or white rims
- Black double butted spokes
- Will accept 9/10 speed cassettes
Shipping charges for this item to United States: $22.78
- Estimated delivery transit time: 8-14 Days Limited Tracking
Spring Parcel 8-14 Days Limited Tracking: $22.78
Spring Global is part of TNT post NL, the parcel will be handed over to your national parcel service on arrival in your country. Please not this service does not have a guaranteed delivery time, please allow 7-14 days.
UPS International Express 2-4 Days Full Tracking: $45.56
UPS premium international service. Delivered door to door by UPS so very reliable and easily trackable. Delivery times for most countries is around 2-4 working days.
Perfect for the price, sturdy bulletproof wheel for all seasons.
Having tested these wheels for over a year now I feel I can do the review justice. I changed wheels over for a more sturdy set which would cope in the winter and at all other times in the year wet or dry. These wheels and specifically hubs work far better than the pro lite ones that initially came with the bike. The 105 hubs are smooth and keep out the road crud which fouled both my other wheels. They also run smoother as well with only a little oil as maintenance every so often. Quite heavy, especially against all other wheels but absolutely perfect for the price and if you want a sturdy training, commuter or winter wheel which can take anything. Save your ultra light weight wheels to race on.
Bombproof (32 spokes), but bit heavy (2000g+ for the set). I'm not too sure about rims (no spoke eyelets), time plus rough Irish roads will tell. Overall impression - 4,5 stars.
Great. I have only used them for one weekend so far. 100miles and they have stayed very true.
Not the lightest on the market but very sturdy and a bargain for the price.
Great wheel for the price, not light but having bent a few race wheels as sturdy trainer you cant go far wrong - train with weight go faster without