Wheelset Reynolds AR41 Carbon Disc Tubeless
Reynolds Ar41 Carbon Disc Wheelset Tubeless
Wheelset Reynolds AR41 Carbon Disc Tubeless. Having a reduction in drag and that slight aero advantage helps out on the flats, in the sprints, and on any grade under say 6%. Dropping grams and improving stiffness also helps in the acceleration department and is advantageous when closing gaps or attacking the group.
Rotor Qcx1 Aero Chainring
Drivetrain Rotor QCX1 Aero Chainring. 5% from the road-specific version’s 10% ovality. That means it’s even more efficient than the standard road model, especially in the high-reward portions of the pedal stroke where you’re actually turning over the crank–not a bad upgrade considering this is Rotor’s first foray into one-by ‘cross machines. Efficiency at this portion of the stroke is arguably more valuable in ‘cross, as punching out of corners and spinning up to speed after run-ups and obstacles can be the difference between getting a gap or just getting gapped.
Reynolds Atrx Carbon Disc Wheelset Tubeless
Wheelset Reynolds ATRx Carbon Disc Tubeless. Keep exploring the roads less traveled by outfitting your steed with the right wheels and tires. By setting up your gravel bike with a set of Reynolds’ ATR wheels, you’ll enjoy the lightness, stiffness, and durability that can only come from a set of carbon wheels.
Santa Cruz Bicycles Reserve Carbon Rim 29in
Wheelset Santa Cruz Reserve Carbon Rim 29in. Three different internal widths of 25, 27, and 30 millimeters cater to a wide breadth of riding and racing disciplines, from swift-moving XC pursuits to everyday trail rides and rowdy all-mountain thrashings alike. By now, we’re guessing you’ve seen Danny MacAskill trying his best to demolish the Reserve Carbon Wheels, including a number of absolutely savage drops to flat, as well as riding down steep stairs without a tire on, just to showcase the stunning resiliency these carbon rims exhibit. Santa Cruz is calling these Reserve 29in Rims the strongest on the market, seeing they’ve gone so far as to redesign the impact testing protocol used, just to make sure each Reserve Carbon Rim is up to their impeccable strength standards.