Wheelset Mavic XD Driver
Mavic Xd Driver
Wheelset Mavic XD Driver. The Mavic XD Driver includes new end caps, as well as the driver itself. Simply remove the end caps from the TS-2 or ITS-4 freehub and swap the pawls and springs to the XD Driver. Your Mavic wheels are now ready to ride with SRAM’s 1×11 drivetrain.
Mercury Wheels G1 Carbon Disc Wheelset Tubeless
Wheelset Mercury Wheels G1 Carbon Disc Tubeless. Designed for this very purpose, the Mercury G1 Carbon Disc Wheelset offers a superb balance of rolling efficiency, proven strength, and high-volume support for gravel exploration, bikepacking adventures, and long-distance tours. Sitting at a whopping 30-millimeters across (external width), the G1 Carbon Disc Wheelset supports higher volume tires in the neighborhood of 35 to 40-millimeters across, give or take a few millimeters for your riding preferences.
Mercury Wheels G3 650b Gravel Wheelset Tubeless
Wheelset Mercury Wheels G3 650b Gravel Tubeless. The general consensus for riding “real” gravel, think loose and chunky, is wider is better when it comes to tire size as it allows for better flat prevention, more traction, and overall better comfort. But gravel bikes have a limitation on how wide a 700c tire you can fit in the frame and fork and in an effort to get higher volume tires to fit into these framesets, the gravel crowd looked at what the mountain bike world did when putting fatter 27.
Profile Design 78 Twentyfour Carbon Clincher Wheel V2
Wheelset Profile Design 78 TwentyFour Carbon Clincher Wheel V2. It’s recently taken its aero expertise and development and instilled it into wheel designs and the particular wheel we have here is the 78 TwentyFour Carbon Clincher Wheel V2. Perhaps not the first name that comes to mind when thinking about carbon wheels, however, the materials and design philosophy are solid and this wheel comes in at a much lower price point than some of its competitors. When creating the rim shape for the 78/TwentyFour, Profile used Computational Fluid Dynamics and logged many hours in the wind tunnel to determine the best profile that reduced drag and remained steady in crosswinds.