Wheelset HED Jet Plus Black Disc Wheel
Hed Jet Plus Black Disc Wheel
Wheelset HED Jet Plus Black Disc Wheel. HED being HED, since that first unveiling, the Minnesota-based manufacturer has been constantly tinkering with and updating the profile, structure, hub, brake track and every other aspect of the wheel. The Jet Plus Carbon Disc Wheel is the latest iteration, bringing the increased stability, comfort, and rolling speed of an expanded rim width to a wheel that HED calls “the epitome of speed.” The secret to the Plus build’s ride quality lies in the expanded tire volume afforded by a the wider, 25mm rim. Since the tire’s bead sits fatter, the tire itself follows suit, which serves to make a plusher ride with less PSI required while reducing rolling resistance by putting a healthier patch of tire on the tarmac.
Hed Stinger 3 Cx Carbon Disc Brake Wheelset tubular
Wheelset HED Stinger 3 CX FR Carbon Disc Brake Tubular. HED’s Stinger 3 CX FR Carbon Disc Brake Tubular Wheelset goes some way toward assuaging that cautious impulse, though, courtesy of its tire bed, which is expanded beyond even the width of a standard Stinger 3 tub wheel. The extra width does add a few grams, but it comes with the benefits of more secure tire seating and increased structural integrity throughout the rim, so you can stay stone-faced and focused on the race even while clearing ‘cross tabletops or putting in a dig on the stones. While the wider tire bed is what sets the CX model apart from its stablemates, the Stinger 3 CX FR’s disc brake compatibility earns it membership in a club that’s only slightly less exclusive.
Hed Vanquish 4 Disc Wheelset
Wheelset HED Vanquish 4 Disc Wheelset. One thing is fairly universal in thought though, constructing the rims from carbon fiber as to boost stiffness and drop grams. So we’ve been patiently waiting for HED Cycling, one of the biggest names in bicycle aerodynamics, to release a full carbon clincher. Previous deep section wheels from the brand always opted for an aluminum rim bead, hook, and bed in the past, claiming they simply weren’t convinced that heating up a carbon braking surface and thus the structure holding back 100psi of constant air pressure was the right application, but with disc brake setups gaining momentum and moving stopping duties over to a dedicated rotor, HED decided the time was right for a full-carbon tubeless clincher wheelset.
Ibis 742 Carbon Rim
Wheelset Ibis 742 Carbon Rim. It features a beefy rim width that sits shallower than that of its predecessor, the 741, for increased impact resistance and a lower rolling weight. The lower the rim, the better it weathers big hits, big drops, and surprise roll-overs without failing under you–basically, the 742 is designed to withstand even more enduro abuse. Given that Ibis’ internal tests showed the outgoing 741 is between 50 and 300% stronger than competing models, we realize that pushing even further ahead in the durability game is an ambitious–and maybe even unnecessary–move.