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Big Sale at Neuvation Cycling

The folks over at Neuvation Cycling are having an excellent sale on their very popular wheels. At $299, I think that the R28 SL3 is a killer deal. These compare favorably to a Ksyrium ES, but go for $500 less.

Model              Weight        Orig. Price      Sale Price
M28                 1720g          $  349             $  199
M28 Aero          1748g          $  399             $  229
M28 Aero 2       1740g          $  399             $  269
R28 Aero 3        1600g          $  499            $  349
R28 SL 3           1540g          $  499             $  299
C38                 1170g           $1499             $1199
C38C                1625g          $1499             $1199
C48                 1499g          $1499             $  899
C48C                1715g            $1499             $  899
C50                 1520g           $  999            $  899

Neuvation has a very high rating across the board from the readers at Road Bike Review and their customer service is often cited as some of the best in the industry. 

Right now, they are also having a sale on ceramic bearing upgrades. Ceramic bearing kits for their wheels typically run $100, but right now they are $35 to $60 with the purchase of a wheelset. 

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