The Racing Quattro is a brand new wheel from Fulcrum, their first wheel with a 35mm deep, clincher rim. The hubs use sealed catridge bearings, and the new Mega driveside rear hub flange ensures your power is transferred as efficiently as possible. Straight pull spokes, red anodised nipples and stealth graphics complete what is a very competent package, a true all-rounder.
This wheelset is Shimano 11 speed compatible, it is also compatible with 9 and 10 speed Shimano but you will need to use the spacer provided. Please note that this 11 speed compatibility is a rolling change from Fulcrum for their 2013 wheelsets so please check the description for this message about compatibility.
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These are a bit of a rarity on the market. I was looking for a solid set of wheels for training. My parameters include decent weight, good braking, stiff and strong (I'm 86kg, 190lbs) and reasonable cost, and Campagnolo compatibility. I figure I may use these these on gravel. Our roads can be rough too. I use 25mm tires typically. We often have strong wind and most of my terrain is flat. These really cover all my needs. The don't spin up real fast, but when they do they maintain speed ( the shape is similar to Firecrest). Some say they are harsh, but the 25mm tires at 85-95 keep it comfy. I also ride a Time bike so the frame is quite vertically comfortable. FWI, I also ride Campy Eurus and Zipp 404 tubulars. Those are better but I don't need that performance for training.
I thought there was a significant upgrade over the 5s but its very comparable. You won't really notice the difference. If you have the extra cash go for the 3s. I ended up trading the quattro along with the 5s that came with my cervelo r3 for a mavic cosmic carbone.
I got these wheels after doing a bit of research. I wanted a set of wheels that can stand up to some hard riding yet still be light enough to use in the occasional road race. I didnt have much to spend so I started researching wheels in my price range. These seemed to fit the bill. I went ahead and ordered them. They showed up in no time and I was able to get out on the road that same day. The tires went on without any trouble at all. They came out of the box straight and I was impressed with the overall quality of the wheels. They looked great on my bike but the real surprise came when I headed out on my first ride with them. These wheels were much lighter than my previous set and I fell in love with them right away. They spin up nicely and felt stiff. Overall, I'm very happy with them. These are a great value and I would not hesitate in buying another set of Fulcrums again.