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Blog - Andy Saiden Blog Landscapes Fashion Beauty Contact Cycling Fulcrum Racing Zero Review Campagnolo the famous Italian component manufacturer has made it’s mark in history many times over. From innovating the modern rear derailleur to building satellite chassises for NASA in the 60s. There is little doubt to the quality and reliability that comes with the brand. Fulcrum was establish in the early 2000’s under the wings of Campagnolo in order to expand it’s in house manufactured wheelset as they wanted to shift away from the tense rivalry in the groupset market between themselves and Shimano. Fulcrum todays has an extensive range of wheels ranging from MTB, cyclocross, Road and even Time Trail specific wheelsets. Ceramic Ultra Smooth Bearings, The Fulcrum Racing Zero is definitely a wheelset that comes with a reputation, they are the gold standard of alloy wheels. Built with the idea to transmit energy down to the asphalt without wasting any energy in the process. The wheels comes with ceramic bearings which are indeed ultra smooth, hence the name USB ( Ultra Smooth Bearings). Not to be confused with a USB port on your computer. Initially I had not thought much about these wheels other than a wheelset that was priced above it’s actual value. For the price of the Fulcrum Racing Zero you can purchase a decent pair of carbon clinchers. To put it into perspective I was not expecting much from these wheels as I set out on my maiden voyage. The first impression was that they felt insanely stiff. Now when I mean stiff, I mean feeling every bump on the road, feeling the imperfections of the asphalt as you pedal along. The wheels felt very stable in cross winds, however that was to be expected from it’s shallow design of 27mm in height in the front and 30mm in the rear. Cutting through the wind was obviously nowhere near comparable of an aero wheel of 50mm and above. As I cruised along, I found it difficult to justify the price tag on these alloy wheels, yes the bearings were smooth, the design was ecstatically pleasing and braking was sublime. The 2:1 (Two To One) spoke ratio technology made the wheels feel very responsive. Despite all of it I could not wrap my head around them. However that all changed as the gradient began to increase and the climbs dawned on me. Suddenly the wheels felt alive, springing forward to every pedal stroke. It somehow felt easier to deal with the steeper gradients on these pair of wheels. The stiffness finally made sense, the Razing Zero was made for the mountains, taking on the steep switchbacks and gradients that would build so much lactic acid that you would cringe with pain. On the descents the wheels held up fantastically, the responsiveness of the Racing Zero’s made tackling technical corners a breeze. Braking was immediate, no lag from squeezing the levers to feeling the wheels slow down before each corner. This made me feel a whole lot safer and it increased my confidence as I was never a great descender to begin with. Conclusion To conclude the Fulcrum Racing Zero review, the wheelset are a great pair however it has it’s limit and I would not recommend purchasing them if you ride mostly in flat or rolling areas. As they are meant for the high mountains. Also for a pair of alloy wheels, they do not come cheap. For the price you do however get a quality product which a heritage to match. The Good The Bad Very responsive Good Braking Smooth Ceramic Hubs Expensive Details Weight: 1518g Tyre Type: Clincher Rim Material: Aluminium Spoke Material: Aluminium Spoke Count: 16 (front), 21 (rear) Rim Width: 22.5mm Rim Depth: 26mm (front), 30mm (rear) Bearings: Ceramic Website: February 21, 2017 by Andy Saiden Travels, Video Video: Bornholm & Angelhom Went back to Sweden to visit my family in the summer and managed to fly the drone a bit and get some pretty decent shots. I was still learning to fly the new drone so I ended up with a lot of shots that were not that great, but somehow I managed to stitch together this video. Please like and subscribe November 7, 2016 by Andy Saiden Travels, Video Video: Pulau Weh Dive Trip Undoubtedly the best dive spot I have ever been to, probably not as well known as other locations around South East Asia. Pulau Weh had much to offer and it definitely was a memorable trip. Please check out my video below like and subscribe. February 5, 2016 by Andy Saiden Travels Traveling to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap One of the most famous monuments located in South East Asia, Angkor Wat is also considered to be the largest religious monuments in the world. Originally it was constructed as a Hindu temple for the Khmer empire, however it gradually shifted towards a Buddhist monuments in the end of the 12th century. For many years I had planned to travel to this world renowned destination however only recently was I able to make the journey. The flight from Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap only takes only 2 hours, and AirAsia flies daily, which is very convenient however do take note on their flight times. As there are only one flight a day and their timing is not the same for each day. AirAsia Flies direct from Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap Siem Reap is a booming city and is growing rapidly from the tourist influx. Situated 15 min from the airport and only 5KM from the Angkor Wat Archaeological Park, the city is the centre for where all tourists will converge. Accommodation here ranges from the lavish 5 star hotels to backpackers hostels. In terms of food, you will not be short of choices, as most restaurants and hawker stall serves both traditional Cambodia (Khemer) dishes along with western dishes for the less adventures tourists. Traditional Khmer Spring Rolls It’s pretty much goes without saying, if you are traveling to a foreign land be sure to experience the most of it. Taste the food and observe their cultures and traditions. Khmer dishes are very similar to that of Thai cooking however are not as spice filled as the former. Also you get far less spiciness from Khemer dishes. Sadly due to the large influx of foreign tourist the local currency is not as common as the favoured US dollar. This means that everything you pay for will be charged the US dollars. In my experience of travelling throughout South East Asia, I found that Siem Reap is perhaps the most expensive place to be in. A plate of fried rice or noodles will cos you around USD 3.50 to USD 5.00. A bottle of water will cost you at the very least USD 1.00. Surprisingly it would still be cheaper to have a meal in Singapore in comparison to the food prices here in Siem Reap. And just to mess with you budget a glass of draft beer will only cost you USD 0.50, so yeah beer lovers are safe. Little Aiden not happy about the prices The entrance fee for the Angkor Archaeological Park is not cheap, however I do consider it to be worth it as the funds from ticket sales go directly to the conservation and restoration of these old monuments. Per person it is USD20.... Whois

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