Zipp 303 S
B

Based on 22 reviews

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  • Great for long endurance paced rides on rough roads
  • Fast rides averaging speeds up to 25 mph
  • Climbing rides
  • Hookless rim design
  • Baked on graphics (no more Zipp stickers)

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303S 1,000 Mile Review
I've had my 303S wheels slightly over a month. I live in North Carolina and we have many different types of roads and weather conditions this time of year. My new wheels have met and surpassed my expectations for every condition from long endurance paced rides on rough roads, fast rides averaging sp...
5/5
DoubleR
1 year ago
sram.com
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Zipp 303 S Carbon Wheelset Review - FeedTheHabit.com
First production runs lacked weep holes. The Bottom Line: Zipp 303 S Wheelset.
NeutralNeutral
3 months ago
feedthehabit.com
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Zipp 303 S wheels: First ride review
Before I’ve even slotted them into a bike, the first test of any tubeless wheelset is how easy and hassle-free it is to get the tyres seated and inflated.
My experience with tubeless tyre fitting, in general, is it can still sometimes be a bit hit and miss, depending on even the tiniest variations ...
NeutralNeutral
3 months ago
cyclist.co.uk
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New Zipp 303-S aero wheels are wider, hookless, tubeless, cheaper, disc-only - CyclingTips
Zipp’s new 303-S has a tough job given the extremely wide range of usage scenarios for today’s high-end, drop-bar bikes. The new 303-S rims are laced to Zipp’s 76/176 front/rear hubs with 24 Sapim CX-Sprint bladed stainless steel spokes in a two-cross pattern.
PositivePositive
3 months ago
cyclingtips.com
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Can you tell us about your experience using tubeless 25-28c tires?
I’m on Zipp 303 S wheels with Schwalbe One TLEs. Weigh 185lbs, running them at 70-75. No issues at all. Have also been running mtn bike tires tubeless for many years, so I’m comfortable with the technology / application.
First Look: Zipp's 303 S Carbon Tubeless Gravel / Road Wheelset
Zipp is synonymous with carbon wheels. The Indianapolis-based company is a long-time player in the carbon wheel market and is one of the first choices in deep-section wheels for many riders.
In cyclocross, the mid-depth 303 has experienced a tenure as the de-facto tubular rim of choice, especially ...
NeutralNeutral
3 months ago
cxmagazine.com
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Zipp wheels purchase
They arrived faster than expected
5/5
ben w.
4 months ago
mikesbikes.com
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The Lowdown on Zipp's New 303s
The coda on these wheels from Zipp is this: Zipp has learned its lessons well.
PositivePositive
3 months ago
slowtwitch.com
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New Zipp 303 S: Carbon Wheels That Are Lighter, Faster & More Affordable?
There are two final points to mention.. Firstly, the hubs that they have the same bearings axle and free hub as those that have been used on the Firecrest wheels for the last few years
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Global Cycling Network
3 months ago
youtube.com
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Very comfortable wheels
These wheels are very comfortable, due to the low pressure there are not many shocks in the back. Before I drove with 9 bar and 26 mm, with these I drive with 5 bar and 28 mm. And think that the rolling resistance is the same, but much more comfortable to drive with.
5/5
Ole Boye
2 years ago
sram.com
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SRAM/Shimano