New Rims!Been wanting a pair of wheels that are light but not wanting to go bananas spending some serious 💵 dollar 💵 dollar 💵 dollar 💵. The idea was a sub 1400 gram set, so ideal for CLIMBING (you can see where I'm going with this) and it was either a choice between some Mavic wheels or a set of hand-built wheels. Choices choices.... 😒 😒I have Mavic wheels, and I have hand-built wheels too. I've owned Shimano wheels and Dt Swiss wheels too. All have been pretty faultless. But what to choose?Well in the end, I wanted some red details, or a stiff set of light wheels. And it came down to two choices:Mavic R SYS SLR ExalithOrHand-built wheels with Tune Mig/Mag hubs, aero spokes, DT SWISS 411 rims.Both are light wheelsets - sub 1400 grams. The Mavic wheels are the lightest of these two, and stiff as fxxk. Maybe too stif tho (i.e harsh) But they look the nuts tho, despite not having any red details.The tune hubs combined weigh 249 grams. That's it. Try finding a lighter hub out there. There's not many..The rims are aluminium and one of the lightest about but also are strong and wide.Being able to get a set of wheels with these hubs and rims hand-built by a quality wheelbuilder here in the UK, knowing they'd come out trued to within a hairs width of perfection, it was this that made my mind up. So, I ordered a set for what is half the price of the Mavics and got David at @dcrwheels to lace them up with some aero Sapim CX ray spokes and ship em out to me!.Well happy with them and that they've come out at.just over 1350 grams in weight. Paired with Continental tyres and latex inners with a 23/25cc front/rear tyre setup and the bike is perfect for climbing now that the bike weighs 6.9kg dead.What do you reckon?