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|Rim Material:||UD / 3K / 12K Carbon||Rim Finish:||Matte / Glossy|
|Rim Width:||23 Mm||Rim Depth:||24 Mm|
|Rim Weight:||400g + / - 15g Per Pcs||Max Rider Weight:||120kg|
|Spoke Holes:||16H, 18H, 20H, 21H, 24H, 28H, 32H, 36H||Advantage:||With Basalt Brake Surface|
24 mm carbon rims 700c clincher tubeless road rims 23c bike wheel rim
|Spokes holes||16H, 18H, 20H, 21H, 24H, 28H, 32H, 36H|
|Assembly Hole Dia.||7.5mm|
|Spokes hole Dia.||4.5mm|
|Valve hole Dia.||6.5mm|
|Max Spoke Tension||>300kg|
Road tubeless is a relatively recent innovation that uses an airtight rim and tyre without an inner tube. You need specific road tubeless tyres and in most cases road tubeless wheels, although you can switch 700c clincher rims to tubeless use with a conversion kit.
Road tubeless tyres can run at lower pressures than most clinchers without the danger of a pinch flat.
Road tubeless rims are becoming more and more popular these years.
1. Road Climbing Rims
It's a good front wheel choice for lighter athletes (male and female) who have a hard time handling a bike in strong cross winds. The weight of 24mm depth carbon rim are lighter . A lighter wheel will accelerate faster and will be much easier to ride up hills . Consist of primarily climbing and weight is more important than aerodynamics, select this wheel.
As a clincher rim , you can simply replace the tube if you puncture making them better for training and all-round use as well as most racing .
Just like the bike frame , the carbon fibre rims has the ability to absorb vibrations in the road .
4. With Basalt Braking surface
Baslat material can anti high temperature 160-210 degree , it can slower the wheel's speed soon and stop the bike in shorter time , and would not tear or wear out the brake track .
‘Tubeless’ or ‘tubeless-ready’ rims are also available for road bikes, but they have yet to gain acceptance in the same way that they have among MTB riders. This is for a number of reasons. Firstly, one of the main advantages of the tubeless system – the ability to run tyres at lower pressures for improved grip without the risk of pinch or ‘snakebike’ flats – isn’t as important on the road, where tyres are generally run at much higher pressures. Secondly, road tubeless systems are regarded as offering few weight or performance advantages compared to tubular road tyres or even high-end clinchers. Many road tubeless systems weigh more than equivalent clinchers, while tubular setups will generally be even lighter. However development is continuing in this area so you can expect to see ‘tubeless road’ become a more common standard as manufacturers introduce lighter-weight, high performance tubeless tyres and rims.
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