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|Wheel Type:||45mm Carbon Wheels||Rim Width:||25mm|
|Rim Depth:||45mm||Rim Finish:||UD / 3K / 12K , Matte / Glossy|
|Spoke:||Full Carbon Fiber||Spoke Holes:||18 / 21 Holes|
|Front Wheel Weight:||748.2g||Rear Wheel Weight:||627.6g|
700c 45mm carbon wheels clincher 25mm wide cycling wheelsets with carbon spoke
|Rim type||45mm carbon wheels|
|Material||Full toray carbon fiber|
|Finish||UD / 3K / 12K , matte / glossy|
|Weight||From 1376g + / - 45g per sets|
|Spoke Holes||18 / 21 holes|
1. Carbon spoke bike wheels
Carbon spoke wheels remain very strong and offer good performance even for more heavy-set cyclists.
A carbon clinchers wheelset is made with carbon fiber rims and will give you aero benefits when you ride fast, climb well when you go up steep hills, and handle with confidence in all conditions on both group and solo rides. It is stiff and responsive enough to race on, comfortable enough to ride for hours and will stop you confidently and predictably.
Despite popular belief , carbon is highly resistant . Quality carbon spoke wheels have the ability to absorb significant impacts . A stiff wheel will do a great job of transferring your energy and power when you really step on it to sprint, throw in a dig, close a gap or when you get out of the saddle to charge up a hill.
Top-Fire provides 1 years of quality guarantee of carbon bike rims / wheels.
Wheels / rims logo painting service is available there. Top fire will make your wheel much cool and special than others.
In summary , buying carbon spoke wheels is a sound decision and a worthwhile investment . You will enjoy the numerous advantages of this type of wheel , notably its durability, for years to come . To take a test drive and experience the difference yourself .
Advantages of clincher wheels
Although the tubular is lighter than the clincher wheel, but 100 gram (or 3.5 ounce) weight difference in a wheelset is noticeable, for most of road cycling enthusiasts, it’s hard to feel that weight difference between different wheelsets on a bike. It’s more likely that you can really feel something at around 150 to 200 grams of difference, typically the weight premium you pay for the convenience of having a clincher vs. a tubular wheelset of the same model. That said, lighter is always better but below about 150 to 200 grams, the difference provides more of a marketing advantage than a real performance one.
What is more, clincher tires are easier to mount and it's easier to fix a flat. You can easily remove a tube and either patch it or replace it. You can also get models that cost a lot less than tubular tires.
At the end of the day, rim depth will determine weight differences more than the other factors since most high performing all-around wheels are now carbon clinchers, come in the same spoke range (16-20 front and 20-28 rear), they focused on clinchers (or tubeless ready ones) rather than the admittedly lighter tubular wheelsets.
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