The Vision Trimax 35 alloy clincher road wheelset cleverly combines a wind-cheating 35mm depth rim with a tough but lightweight alloy construction. These hand-built wheels feature sealed cartridge bearings and efficient aero flat-blade spokes and are ready for demanding road races and epic hilly rides.
WayneI brought these wheels in the Sale, what a great price. They look very smart and roll super smooth, increased my average speed too, highly recommend.
Mr CliffordRoll very nice. At 300 miles, they are 100% true and no complaints so far. The freehub is on the noisy side, but not an issue for me. It is good for the trail as it alerts others to your location when you stop pedaling. Gatorskin tires mounted without need for levers.
JRCame true out of the box. I fitted them with 23c Conti tires. First impressions were "these things are bloody amazing" as I started down the road hitting 30kph+ effortlessly. This is the first time I've bought a set of wheels around this price. I am so impressed by the technology these days. As you glide down the road, you can absolutely feel that you're cutting through the air. The difference compared to the Mavic Aksium Ones' I was running previously is profound. I love the serene noise that comes from the rolling tires as the rims soak up vibration and wind deflection. Pedaling out of the saddle I could not detect any flex in the rear wheel. While climbing, I feel that I can keep a healthy cadence for longer before I have to shift gears. On the flat, these wheels just devour the pavement. The 35mm rim is so aerodynamic, it allows you to keep your speed with minimal effort. Just the other day, I was nipping at the heels of some blokes that I previously had to really push myself to stay with. If you are looking at upgrading to a medium/high end wheelset and you aren't yet so interested in carbon then I highly recommend this product. They make a huge difference to your riding. There is one thing I noticed however. Because of the 35mm, your'e probably going to get more stone chips and road debris kicking up and potentially nicking the rim/decals. However, once you get over it you keep calm and pedal on.