Wheelset Whisky Parts Co No9 Carbon Tubeless Fat Rim 26in
Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Carbon Tubeless Fat Rim 26in
Wheelset Whisky Parts Co No9 Carbon Tubeless Fat Rim 26in. 9 Carbon Tubeless Fat Rim from Whisky Parts Co. is a lightweight yet sturdy carbon fiber option that’s ready to be laced up to your favorite 32-hole hub.
Zipp 202 Firecrest Carbon Disc Brake Road Wheel tubeless
Wheelset Zipp 202 Firecrest Carbon Disc Brake Road Wheel Tubeless. Consider carbon rims and disc brakes, which are two of the key technologies highlighted on the tubeless version of Zipp’s Firecrest Carbon Disc Brake Road Wheel. We admit that many of us had our doubts about carbon fiber on rougher surfaces, but Zipp’s carbon rims have been dominating Roubaix since Cancellara’s decidedly impressive victory in 2010, and anyone who’s used disc brakes knows that there’s a remarkable difference in stopping power that–especially when it comes to carbon brake tracks–simply can’t be disputed. The steel-only crowd may never come around–and that’s fine, after all cycling should ultimately be about what you like to ride–but the 202 Firecrest’s nearly peerless ability to go and stop have won us over.
Zipp 202 Firecrest Carbon Road Wheelset Clincher
Wheelset Zipp 202 Firecrest Carbon Road Clincher. While it may be tempting to pigeonhole this mountain goat of a wheelset as a one-trick pony due to its feathery weight, the 202 has proven itself to be a versatile wheelset ready to take on any cycling challenge. The 202 Firecrest features Zipp’s lowest profile with a 32mm rim depth that provides exceptional crosswind stability on exposed descents.
Zipp 202 Nsw Carbon Disc Brake Road Wheelset Tubeless
Wheelset Zipp 202 NSW Carbon Disc Brake Road Tubeless. Climbing wheels had only one job — to minimize spokes, shallow out rims, and pump up your tire pressure beyond sane numbers, so you could muster your way up HC-grade climbs. However, today, in a world of gear ratios that play kindly to knees and climbs, riders are asking for less drag, more aero, and furthermore — wheels that transfer to smooth descents that don’t leave our life flashing before our eyes as we rely on brake pads pressing against carbon through sharp corners on windy canyon descents.