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32-hole with a CNC rim-brake surface; intended for track use, apparently... doesn't mean you can't use it on the road though, or with disc brakes. Width seems a bit much at 14mm (on the inside).
Limitations: Caliper/Rim/V-brakes only, with this design. Also, bearing/axle sets appear to be proprietary and not replaceable sealed needle roller bearings, which would make more sense, assuming durability of the wheel itself.
A disc-ready steel frame & forks set from Planet X
For the front brake - the 135 degree angle allows for more natural cable routing to the front brake lever than the ordinary 90 degree variety, which is fine for the rear brake.
Just about the ultimate conceivable pedal possible...!
A potentially indispensable and hard to source item.
High-end titanium disc fork - rare and expensive; I bid on 2 similar ones that each went for over £150!
More ceramic jockey wheels
The new design V12, which further optimises material usage to give a 30% reduction in weight from the old design. Also available in magnesium alloy, making it even lighter. This design makes the V12 resemble its more upmarket stablemate - the Vault
The standard (aluminium alloy bodied) V12; old design, i.e. pre-2014
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