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|Rim Type:||88mm Fixie Rim||Rim Finish:||UD / 3K / 12K|
|ERD:||470mm||Spoke Type:||External Nipples / Internal Nipples|
|Width:||22mm / 23mm / 25mm||Drill Holes:||16 - 36 Holes|
|Available:||Track / Fixed Fear / Triathlon||Warranty:||12 Months|
Light 88mm fixie rim 700c track fixed gear bike carbon tubular rims v shape
|Rim Type||88mm fixie rim|
|Rim Depth||88 mm|
|Rim Width||22mm / 23mm / 25mm|
|Type Of Brake||V-brake, Disc-brake|
|Spoke Holes||16 to 36 holes|
|Finish||UD / 3K / 12K, matte / glossy|
Aero wheels are certainly for those riders and they will be on very deep rims, often more than 60mm deep and as much as 88mm deep or complete discs in the back wheel.
Aero wheels for time trialists and triathletes, not having to worry about making any sharp turns, with no other riders near them to maneuver around, and going so ridiculously fast that those deep rims really make a difference.
Just like the bike frame , the carbon fibre rims has the ability to absorb vibrations in the road . Even for high-profile rims ( 35 mm and up ) .
Ultra light weight design.
480g with 88mm depth, 22mm width.
480g with 88mm depth, 23mm width.
485g with 88mm depth, 25mm width.
4. Aero wheels rim for all-around riding
With its advanced aerodynamics, it concept studies and months in the wind tunnel; the unrivaled crosswind stability saves watts that would have been spent keeping the bike straight, and provides unequivocal confidence for high speed descending.
|Assembly Hole Dia.||7.5mm|
|Spokes hole Dia.||4.5mm|
|Valve hole Dia.||6.5mm|
|Max Spoke Tension||>300kg|
Buying Guide of Road Wheel Rims
What kind of cycling do you do?
Road Wheels: Strong, durable and lightweight. Road wheels are made to excel on tarmac.
Cyclocross Wheels: Similar to road wheelsets; tough, light and stiff. Some feature disc brake options.
Track Wheels: Deigned for the velodrome. These feature tubular tyres, lock-nut axles and single fixed rear sprockets.
Time Trial/Triathlon Wheels: Aerodynamics are fundamental; that means deep rim sections and bladed spokes.
What rim material is best for you?
Alloy Clinchers: Durability, strength and longevity. Ideal for training wheels and wet weather racing.
Alloy-Carbon Clinchers: A carbon wheel, with an alloy brake track. Lightweight, with strong braking performance.
Full Carbon Clinchers: Speed and convenience. Lightweight carbon with the convenience of a clincher tyre.
Carbon Tubulars: The top ranking performer; very lightweight and strong, only for use with tubular tyres.
What rim profile do you need?
Shallow Section Rims
Rim depth: 24mm or less
Low Weight - Great for climbing
Mid Section Rims
Rim depth: 45mm
Low/Mid Weight - Good for climbing. Good for the flats. A great all-round option
Deep Section Rims
Rim depth: 58mm - 90mm
Added Weight - Better for flat roads and track racing
Medium/High Windage - Not for everyday use
The height of aerodyanmic advantages: Best for constant speeds, time trials and track racing
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