H Plus Son TB14 rims used for Gavin’s rebuild using an old set of Shimano 105 hubs which are still in good nick (with a bit of bearing preload adjustment). Built 32-spokes and 3X throughout using DT Competition stainless steel spokes.
Dynamo audaxing wheelset for Tomas in Sweden: Pacenti SL23 rims on Shimano Ultegra rear hub and SON 28 front dynamo hub built with 32-spokes and 3X throughout using Sapim Race stainless steel spokes.
Lightweight XC wheels for Adam in Poole: 24mm profile carbon tubeless rims built on Novatec 771/772 disc brake hubs with Sapim CX-Ray spokes 32H both wheels 2X throughout except rear drive side built 3X.
Solid all-purpose riding wheels for Bill in London: DT Swiss RR440 Asymmetric rear rim and standard front built 28H rear 3X DS/2X NDS using Sapim Race and 24H front built radially on Sapim Laser using Novatec F582-SL and A291-SL hubs.
Wide-rimmed touring wheel for Olaf in London – DT Swiss 240s 135mm axle hub on a Mavic A119 32-spoke rim built 3X with DT Competition spokes.
New spec Pacenti rims for Steve in Norfolk – a solid build that’s 40g lighter and a tad wider than the customer expected! Chris King R45 hubs on Pacenti SL23 rims built 28/32 using Sapim CX-Ray spokes 3X rear and 2X front.
Classy top-end wheelset for Ali in London: Pacenti SL23 rims on Chris King R45 hubs (Pewter colour) built 28/28, rear drive side 3X / non-drive 2X and front 2X using Sapim CX-Ray spokes and Sapim Polyax brass nipples. Final true with Continental GP4000 tyres fitted and pumped to achieve optimum build.
This morning’s audax build for Chris in Derbyshire: Ambrosio Excellight rim on SON 28 dynamo hub built with 32-spokes and 3X lacing using Sapim Race stainless steel spokes and Sapim Polyax brass nipples.
Light disc-brake wheelset for Adam in Poole: H Plus Son Archetype rims on Novatec D771/772 hubs built 28/28 and 2X throughout with Sapim D-Light spokes.
Light race wheels for Bill in Canterbury: H Plus Son Archetype on Novatec F482/291-SL hubs built 28H rear 2X and front 24H radial with Sapim Laser spokes.