Shimano Tiagra - Mach Road Wheel Sale
Shimano Tiagra road hubs in silver on Mach 1 rims with black spokes and black rims
- Shimano Tiagra hubs on Mach 1 700c road rims
- Front & rear wheels available
- Black spokes
- Silver Hubs
- Black Rims
- Skewer included
- Rim Tape Not Included
martinUse this wheel in my commuting bike. It's perfect. Currently using the spacer washer provided to accommodate an 8 speed cassette
LawsonFast delivery, a pretty good bog standard rear wheel to replace the one I wore out on my tricross. Should keep going for a couple more thousand miles. Nice looking wheel for very little money.
lacattReplacement front wheel for a hybrid commuting bike, completely happy with it.
Ben ClaytonBought this as the cheapest new wheel I could use for indoor training. After two 30 minute runs on the TT, it's performing fine.
Mr DonnellyNeeded a cheap set of wheels for winter. These seem to fit the job perfectly. Only one long ride on them so far but they seem smooth enough, not massively heavy and are straight.
Mr GreenBought this to use on the turbo trainer to save the hassle of swapping tyres around. It's heavy but should be pretty bullet-proof for what I am using it for.
Mr KettleboroughPerfect wheels for winter trainer/commuter bike and even the chain gang. Have stayed true so far (300 miles) and Tiagra hubs mean easy servicing. When the rims finally wear out, I'll just buy some more as the price is so good.
Mr BellBought this to use as a trainer wheel and for that its perfect and a great price, saves the faf of swapping tyres. No rim tape but I did get a quick release.
Mr. neutrinoBig old 32 spoke winter training wheel. No rim tape and no quick release but still about as cheap as you can get.
Mr LynchFast delivery, great cheap turbo trainer wheel or a cheap winter wet training wheel, heavy but smooth and bullet proof
Mr RussellGood components, good value and quick delivery. However the wheel had been very badly put together. It was true but the spokes were too loose and came completely loose within 100 miles. Bad enough that I could tighten them with my finger and thumb! I would buy one again, but check the spoke tension before use.