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    Anyone Have Alex Blizzerks?

    I have to build a couple of sets of wheels and both people are asking if the 70mm Blizzerk is as good as the Surly My Other Brother Darryl.
    I get it. The Darryl is 150bucks and the Blizzerk is 53.

    I know Alex makes the rim for Surly so I'm hoping the tubeless is good.
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    Played around some with the 90's and they seemed great. Talked to a wheelbuilder about the 70's and he seem to like them from a build standpoint but he mentioned something about using 14mm nipples due to where they exit the rim and being able to get a spoke wrench on them.

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    Iíve got the rebranded Lythic 70mm version. No complaints. Light, tough and inexpensive.

    Tubeless setup was a breeze. IMHO, only reason to go to MOBD is if you wanted an 80mm rim.

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    Who are you sourcing them through? Last I looked Q & JB didn't have them, nor the other distributors I have. Would love to try some

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    I have blizzerk 90's. I am a big fan, as it is a great hoop. It is essentially a thinner clown shoe, just with a tubeless profile.

    For the huckers out there (ME!!!), The Blizzerk 70, 90 & 100 are quite strong. The have great rim edge/bead reinforcement.





    Their Blizzerk 80 & 90 SL are lighter hoops with little to no rim edge bracing.




    I got my Blizzerks from the Bikesmiths in Wisconsin. https://www.thebikesmiths.com/

    Word on the street is Alex is bringing some carbon hoops to market, so we shall see. I only wish we could get the 100's here in the USA, otherwise i would be rocking a set... I really want the Blizzerk 100...

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    Cool looking rims!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Rides Bikes View Post
    Who are you sourcing them through? Last I looked Q & JB didn't have them, nor the other distributors I have. Would love to try some
    I got mine right from Otso/Lythic and had them laced to DT350s locally.

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    Yep. Bikesmiths is selling the 70. I'm gonna grab some. They sound like the bomb diggity.

    I wish I could get some 90's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Played around some with the 90's and they seemed great. Talked to a wheelbuilder about the 70's and he seem to like them from a build standpoint but he mentioned something about using 14mm nipples due to where they exit the rim and being able to get a spoke wrench on them.
    At first I couldn't figure out why you would need longer nipples but the coffee just took effect and now I see it.
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    Had the 80's on a Minnesota and made the bike so much better, after that sold the bike so can't tell about longevity or quality.

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    Have a pair of the 80's, past couple seasons, also purchased from BikeSmiths. No issues, have not tried tubeless but they are not a tubeless rim, at least mine are not. Are the newer versions tubeless ready? I would also concur that I like them better than the Weinmen rims on my MN, which I also sold.

    Ah, followed the link, the 70's are tubeless ready.... oh boy, but I don't need it... N+1 rims too? very tempting to say the least...
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    At first I couldn't figure out why you would need longer nipples but the coffee just took effect and now I see it.
    Yeah the spoke holes exit to close the the hollow section in the extrusion.

    On a side note I contacted Otso about a 27.5 version and they replied they should be available in about a month.
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    I put a set of 80ís on my wifeís bike. Easy to set up tubeless with either Fatty Strippers or shrink wrap. Very effective beadlocks will hold the tire on the rim at less than 2 PSI.
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    I just ordered another one from Bikesmiths, Iíve already built a wheel for my wifeís bike using one and it set up tubeless very easily. I have a Lithic installed on a bike now, it appears to be very similar to the Alex Blizzark 70, both weighed 660g which is a great weight for a fatbike rim. The internal dimension is 62 mm on both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Yeah the spoke holes exit to close the the hollow section in the extrusion.

    On a side note I contacted Otso about a 27.5 version and they replied they should be available in about a month.
    Sweet, would love some narrower 27.5Ē aluminums. Hard to get the 65mm mules


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    Tubeless is super. I absolutely walloped about 4 of them over the course of a year and never lost my seal. stayed straight even without tension on the spoke at the dent! I was using the 90's with 4" tires, a 5" was way better for that width.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Yeah the spoke holes exit to close the the hollow section in the extrusion.

    On a side note I contacted Otso about a 27.5 version and they replied they should be available in about a month.
    This is great news! Iím hoping that theyíll be available from Alex as well. Iím anal retentive and I donít like the Lythic branding. I see that the Alex version has a removable sticker. As crazy as it sounds, I might buy another set just to have them all black.

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    I set one of my 80s up tubeless with no tape, just the factory (?) Rim strip.

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    This is all good to hear. I have a pair of 70's on the way. I'll let you guys know how they work out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    This is all good to hear. I have a pair of 70's on the way. I'll let you guys know how they work out.
    The 70s are great. Hand pump great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turd View Post
    I set one of my 80s up tubeless with no tape, just the factory (?) Rim strip.
    Are you not going to run sealant in them? Iím guessing that any sealant that you add will find its way underneath the rim strip, if the air you added hasnít already done the same thing. One layer of yellow Whisky tape is all ya need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Once Bitten View Post
    Are you not going to run sealant in them? Iím guessing that any sealant that you add will find its way underneath the rim strip, if the air you added hasnít already done the same thing. One layer of yellow Whisky tape is all ya need.
    Yes, running sealant without leaks. The rim strip is wall to wall and very tight, almost like it was molded to the rim. First, I trimmed down the front rim strip and added tape because I had no chance in hell removing it. When I was doing the front, it made me wonder what would happen if I just removed the tube on the rear and pumped it up.

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    Are the lythics just rebranded alex rims?


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    Quote Originally Posted by solarplex View Post
    Are the lythics just rebranded alex rims?


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    Yes with a 27.5 version coming soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solarplex View Post
    Are the lythics just rebranded alex rims?


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    Mostly.

    Same rim, but the Lythics are anodized black and the Alex is powder coated black. Lythic is 30g lighter.

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    So the UPS man just dropped off a pair of 70mm Blizzerks five minutes ago. I gotta say, for 53 dollars apiece they are sweet. I think the spokes and nipples will be here Wednesday and the hubs on Monday. Can't wait to build em.
    I'm gonna order up some 90's for my son.
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    I forgot to add my contribution to this. I got my Rhyolite (blizzerk's) from Otso about 3 weeks ago. I built them up silly like, straight pull Roval hubs, offset for my pugsley. With the offset, I was at 276mm for both sides of spokes, so I had my buddy use the Morizumi and cut them down. I built it up one day in the morning while kiddo was watching Thomas & Friends (I am growing tired of that show...)

    It built up great! nice and easy, a few wobbles/hops to get out, but I mostly blame the straight pull spokes, I have yet to have one lace up without needing to finesse it initially before doing any tensioning. This is a MUCH stiffer rim than the Mulefut 80, I felt much more confident with it.
    I used the provided Otso rim strip, and a double layer of Tyvek, complete weight is 1172 (it shows 1178, but I had a washer on my scale to keep the wheel from rolling off; my garage is angled downwards....)

    I also used standard 12mm brass nipples on it. There is clearance between the spoke nipple and the "bump" profile of the rim, but it can interfere with the spoke wrench a little bit, mostly towards the final steps of the build. With the 3sided DT swiss spoke wrench, it still grabs, but not quite all of the nipple. I finished it off with the Park Tool spoke wrench because it was a little easier for me.

    Just waiting on a XG1175 then I'll be rolling it on the Pugsley with a 4.6 of some flavor...


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    Cool! I am so excited to build these.

    I think since they're only 70mm wide I'm going to suggest Ednas to my friend. Buds may be a LITTLE fat.
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    If you go with the Edna (or your friend rather) on the 70mm, please measure it! I'd love to know the width of it, I'm sure it would fit just fine, but hesitant to pull that trigger myself.
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    My Rhino came with the 90 SL and havenít had any issues. Super easy to setup tubeless using 4.8 JJís and seem pretty light.

    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    So the UPS man just dropped off a pair of 70mm Blizzerks five minutes ago. I gotta say, for 53 dollars apiece they are sweet. I think the spokes and nipples will be here Wednesday and the hubs on Monday. Can't wait to build em.
    I'm gonna order up some 90's for my son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Rides Bikes View Post
    If you go with the Edna (or your friend rather) on the 70mm, please measure it! I'd love to know the width of it, I'm sure it would fit just fine, but hesitant to pull that trigger myself.
    I will for sure. I'll speak to him tomorrow and order whichever tire he wants. He's pretty light, maybe 150 or 160 so he doesn't need 4.8" tires. The bike will take 5" tires so no problem fitting Ednas on this one. I hope he goes for them because I'm dying to see a pair in the flesh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBran View Post
    My Rhino came with the 90 SL and havenít had any issues. Super easy to setup tubeless using 4.8 JJís and seem pretty light.
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    What width tape is that?If it is the 1.88" tape did you just wrap around one side and then continue on around the other? Thanks

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    What kind of hub?
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    while nursinng my bum hand, i finally got the Blizzerk 90's mounted up front and rear on my wednesday. Shod with Wrathchilds with standard concave studs and grip studded edge knobs. just shy of 600 studs...
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    I have a bad experience with Blizzerk 90 SL and Jumbo Jim 4.8. Tire bead just won't stay inside the rim. Both tubeless and with a tube. One side just pops out at less than 10 psi. Tried 3 different lightly-used Jumbo Jims and all of them result in a same failure. Same tires work flawlessly on stock Fatboy rims.
    Looks like rim sidewall is too short.

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    Wow. The Ednas I set up seated perfectly.

    Bummer you're having problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grisha View Post
    I have a bad experience with Blizzerk 90 SL and Jumbo Jim 4.8. Tire bead just won't stay inside the rim. Both tubeless and with a tube. One side just pops out at less than 10 psi. Tried 3 different lightly-used Jumbo Jims and all of them result in a same failure. Same tires work flawlessly on stock Fatboy rims.
    Looks like rim sidewall is too short.
    I am on my second set of Blizzerk 90's and they have been flawless as far as bead sizing is concerned. Just removed my studs and mounted a set of $39 Duro's on my 90's, and the bead seated with a resounding PING! I have had them inflated to 25psi for the last week and they are holding strong.

    did you buy your SL's new? How old are they? Have you tried any other tires on them? Did you install the "swimming pool liner" on them like your other wheelset? Any pics of the setup?

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    Rims are new. And only Jumbo Jims are problematic. Ground Controls work fine with those 90 SLs. I've tried to make fully-black wheelset, so no swimming pool liner, just black nylon rim strip + capton tape.

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    Anyone Have Alex Blizzerks?-blizzerksl90.jpg

    And today it failed even with Ground Control. Tire popped out with less than 10 psi in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grisha View Post
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    And today it failed even with Ground Control. Tire popped out with less than 10 psi in.
    I had to build up the rim bead with a strip of Gorilla Tape to get my "tubeless ready" Jackalope rim to quit leaking. Should help keep the tire on the rim too.
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    Are those the single wall Alex rims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohrgan View Post
    Are those the single wall Alex rims?
    Yes, mine are Blizzerk 90 SL, single wall. Probably regular Blizzerks are more reliable.

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    anyone have a source for blizzerk 100mm ??

    can't seem to find anything beyond the 90mm's.

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    Let me see if my Alex rep made any headway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney View Post
    Let me see if my Alex rep made any headway...
    where is the four thumbs up gif??

    I'll take 4 of them today!

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    I called Bikesmiths a week or so ago. They said they're on their way from Taiwan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    I called Bikesmiths a week or so ago. They said they're on their way from Taiwan.
    eh - who did you talk to?? I was emailing with Bikesmiths and received:
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    Unfortunately my Alex supplier does not plan on stocking the Blizzerk 100 rims. I do not expect we will ever stock them.
    The Blizzerk 90 is the widest option for us.
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    ?? I would rather you be correct @NYrr496 !

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    Oh... I asked about 70's and 90's. IMO, they're the only ones worth bothering with. They're a semi double wall like the Surly My Other Brother Darryl. The 80 and 100 Blizzerks are single wall rims. Probably not the same tubeless interface.

    BTW, Alex makes the Surly MOBD, which I have a sneaking suspicion is on the same container ship because QBP is out of them too.
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    According to the profile pics on Alex's site, the 100's are not single wall... I wouldn't call them double wall, as the center is single, but about half the width is a double profile. The do have several rims ( 100mm isn't one) to that sell in both std and 'SL' (true single wall).

    I obviously have no fea data or anything, but all things equal that extra cross section is going to be most effective at the edges of the rim.

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    Blizzerk 100 is a tubeless ready clownshoe. Literally. same size cutouts, width and everything.

    My Alex rep just told me to contact your LBS and have them hound the distributor. I did that.

    I let the rep know I will buy some rims and distribute them. I was thinking of 10, but he told me minimum order is 200... I will keep working on him...
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    Anyone know if Alex will release a 27.5 Blizzerk 70?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch1413 View Post
    Anyone know if Alex will release a 27.5 Blizzerk 70?
    They already exist as the Lithic Rhyolite. The Lithics are 70mm wide and come in 26 and 27.5 diameters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohrgan View Post
    They already exist as the Lithic Rhyolite. The Lithics are 70mm wide and come in 26 and 27.5 diameters.
    Yeah I know and they just bumped the price to $120/rim. Hoping I could get them direct from Alex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch1413 View Post
    Yeah I know and they just bumped the price to $120/rim. Hoping I could get them direct from Alex.
    Pfft!

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    since (per above) there are no 100mm versions available (at least stateside), I pulled the trigger on two pair of 90mm blizzerk (standard, not SL), to build with dt big rides.

    I received the rims, and WOW they seem to have some really bad quality issues. Way worse than anything else I've messed with. Bad enough I posted a thread asking if i likely got 2nd's or similar:

    https://forums.mtbr.com/wheels-tires...l#post14493021

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    Blizzerk 70 in 27.5" flavor here for ~$55 -- https://www.bikesale.com/alexblizzer...532hblack.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by high_desert_mud View Post
    since (per above) there are no 100mm versions available (at least stateside), I pulled the trigger on two pair of 90mm blizzerk (standard, not SL), to build with dt big rides.

    I received the rims, and WOW they seem to have some really bad quality issues. Way worse than anything else I've messed with. Bad enough I posted a thread asking if i likely got 2nd's or similar:

    https://forums.mtbr.com/wheels-tires...l#post14493021
    A slight offset inside but cannot slip anything through or see light through the joints with my pair of 70's. Typical of any pinned, weldless rim. Outer surface at the seam is clean but the line is visible, again, weldless and pinned.
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