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    Talented Wheelbuilder in Salt Lake...?

    Can anyone recommend an excellent wheelbuilder in the Salt Lake area?

    I have all the parts.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Hey Andy

    I don't know about Salt Lake but if you make your way up to Logan, Jim at Joyride Bikes knows what he's doing.

    Good luck,
    Dave

    Slow and steady gets you...7th place.


    "Hey! Where is everybody going??"

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    Or not...

    Joyride is closed until October 4th. Stupid Interbike!

    Slow and steady gets you...7th place.


    "Hey! Where is everybody going??"

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    Go-ride.com is in SLC. They do really good rims for a really decent price. I have yet to kill a set of their builds. I do lots of FRing and DHing.
    Bikeless Rider

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    I haven't bought any wheels from Go-Ride... but I do know they have a ton of experience.

    http://www.go-ride.com

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    Doug or Steve at CycleSmith on 1300E and 250S. Both are excelent.

    J

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    Revive this thread for 2016? I'll take suggestions for park city too.

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    Dusty at Hubsessed Cycleworks. He's the man for wheel builds. He's in Ogden.
    I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth...
    Isaiah 58:14

    www.stuckinthespokes.com

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    Going to give a second thumbs up to Dusty @ Hubsessed. Built me a killer set of wheels that i haven't had one problem with.

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    Cool thanks. Ogden is a bit out of the way for me, but I'll keep it in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fumanju View Post
    Going to give a second thumbs up to Dusty @ Hubsessed. Built me a killer set of wheels that i haven't had one problem with.
    Quote Originally Posted by slcpunk View Post
    Cool thanks. Ogden is a bit out of the way for me, but I'll keep it in mind.
    Third'ed. For what it's worth, he and I were able to work out a local pick-up option that didn't involve me leaving Salt Lake county.

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