Tag archive for ‘mercury cycling’

  • Mercury Cycling Wheels Adds Sub 300g Disc Rim, Wider Tubular Rims for 2013

    Mercury Cycling teamed up with Dash Components to build a sub-300 gram clincher rim, intended for disc brakes and tubeless-ready. Sounds perfect for cyclocross. © Cyclocross Magazine

    Mercury Cycling started out several years ago by offering frames and bikes, but quickly decided to focus on high-performance, high-value racing wheelsets. Over the last few years, they have had a few pro teams test their Mercury wheels with much…

  • Interbike 2011: Mercury Cycling’s New Wheel Offerings

    Mercury is following the trend of increasing rim width for better stability out on the course. For the glue-sniffing set this means a wider surface to lay the adhesive on, resulting in a firmer connection between tire and rim and, based on your gluing prowess, fewer incidences of rolled tires. The better connection between rubber and metal can also mean better cornering as the tires retain their shape better in the corners.

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