FLO is using proprietary hubs sourced from somewhere in the far East, presumably. They are basic, solid construction, and will eventually be offered with an optional ceramic bearing upgrade.
TriRig got opportunity to have a first look at FLO Cycling's new FLO 60 and FLO 90 wheels, which are going into production in the next couple months. These wheels bring top-level aero technology to an entry-level price point. They're pretty sweet, if we do say so ourselves.
The new FLO 30 wheel represents the next logical step in FLO's growing product base. Here's our full review of the new hoops.
It's been a long road for FLO Cycling, but their wheels have finally hit the production line, and the finished product is going to wow a lot of athletes.
We've featured a lot of Shiv builds on TriRig - this one belongs to our own Andrew Strauss, who details how he appointed it to successfully complete his first full-distance Ironman.
Pro triathlete and friend of the site Jimmy Seear has just finished tuning his rig for the 2014 season. He came to TriRig HQ for the final touches.
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