Newmen Streem Vonoa 2024

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LeMillion
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by LeMillion

Do they mention how to top off or add sealant once the valve system is in place? I don't want to assume that you just add the attachment and push through since it could possibly clog the setup.

nino10
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LeMillion wrote:
Sat Jun 22, 2024 4:15 pm
Do they mention how to top off or add sealant once the valve system is in place? I don't want to assume that you just add the attachment and push through since it could possibly clog the setup.
The hidden aero valve system was already present in the predecessors - milk cannot be filled via the tool.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVANgCYp9-Y
https://www.rennrad-news.de/news/newmen ... em-ventil/

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by LeMillion

nino10 wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2024 8:54 am
LeMillion wrote:
Sat Jun 22, 2024 4:15 pm
Do they mention how to top off or add sealant once the valve system is in place? I don't want to assume that you just add the attachment and push through since it could possibly clog the setup.
The hidden aero valve system was already present in the predecessors - milk cannot be filled via the tool.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVANgCYp9-Y
https://www.rennrad-news.de/news/newmen ... em-ventil/
Appreciate the review link! When I watched the video looking for an answer they never mentioned it directly or addressed it in the comments.

nino10
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LeMillion wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2024 10:17 pm
nino10 wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2024 8:54 am
LeMillion wrote:
Sat Jun 22, 2024 4:15 pm
Do they mention how to top off or add sealant once the valve system is in place? I don't want to assume that you just add the attachment and push through since it could possibly clog the setup.
The hidden aero valve system was already present in the predecessors - milk cannot be filled via the tool.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVANgCYp9-Y
https://www.rennrad-news.de/news/newmen ... em-ventil/
Appreciate the review link! When I watched the video looking for an answer they never mentioned it directly or addressed it in the comments.

Caution please - the link is to the predecessor, as the valve system is the same. The topic of filling with milk was dealt with there and in the German forum.
In the official YT video, it is only mentioned indirectly.
(The link to the new model in the German road bike forum is already posted above).


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by hannawald

A lot of nice words but when are they going to be available?

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I have been told July.
Waiting for a set of Climbing Vonoa and Allround Vonoa.
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LeMillion
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pk0r wrote:
Sat Jun 29, 2024 12:30 pm
I have been told July.
Waiting for a set of Climbing Vonoa and Allround Vonoa.
Yup, waiting to purchase the allround

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CJosephB
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hannawald wrote:
Sat Jun 29, 2024 10:01 am
A lot of nice words but when are they going to be available?
After the Syncros Capital SL :D

TwiggyForest
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by TwiggyForest

Girmay just won on the new Newmens. I'm not saying he won because of them, but he didn't lose. These look a really compelling western option, hopefully they sort out their supply.

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My guess is that there is no issue with supply and they just launched prematurely to have it at the Tour.

LeMillion
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by LeMillion

I reached out to Newmen and they stated it should be available in 2-3 weeks. 🤞

toxin
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BigBoyND wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 5:40 am
My guess is that there is no issue with supply and they just launched prematurely to have it at the Tour.
Well they don't need to launch anything to have it at the Tour, they were already using them before the launch. If anything, not launching them would probably get them more press, being fairly novel tech

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TwiggyForest wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 12:00 am
Girmay just won on the new Newmens. I'm not saying he won because of them, but he didn't lose. These look a really compelling western option, hopefully they sort out their supply.

Do you know which set?

I have a SL7 looking frame with 45mm 1300 gram wheels today

Looking to get the new Newmen Vonoa C35/38

I know it's not considered aero.... But would drop almost 300 gram.

Also, do anyone know if the rims are drilled or tape is not needed? (that's like 30 gram saving of tape)
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