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|Rim Type:||Carbon Mtb Rims For XC/AM||Appearance:||Matte / Glossy|
|Weight:||430g + / - 15g||Width:||33 Mm|
|Depth:||30mm||Max Tyre Pleasure:||60 Psi|
|Max Rider Weight:||110 Kg||Tyre Width:||From 2.1 To 2.7|
Light weight 27.5 inch mountain bike carbon mtb rims 33mm width asymmetry rim
|Rim type||Carbon mtb rims for XC/AM|
|Material||Toray T700 carbon fiber|
|Appearance||Matte / Glossy|
|Weight||430g + / - 15g|
|Max Rider Weight||110 kg|
|Recommend Tyre Width||From 2.1 to 2.7|
|Max Tyre Pleasure||60 psi|
|Max Rider Weight||110 kgs|
1. Offset asymmetry rim design
Asymmetrical rear rim profile allows for better balancing of spoke tensions between drive and non-drive side, giving better symmetry to an asymmetric component. Increased efficiency.
2. Bead lock
An 3°angled bead lock to keep the tire bead positoned on the shelf when air is released from the tire and also adds a level of safety if a tre is leaking. This features allows you to refresh sealant without having the tre bead fall into the center of the Carbon Bike Rim, resultng in a tire that is more diﬃcult to inﬂate and re-seat.
3. Impact resistan contruction
Extra layers of prepreg that increase the impact strength and helps distribute energy and shock from impacts to the rim especially the high impact areas.
4. Wider Tyre
Better traction,floation and cornering to improve the riding performance.
Lower tire pressure to prolong the rims' time span.
Better bump absorption for more comfortable riding.
Deeper tire channel for faster tire installation.
Low rolling resistance,go wide,go fast.
5. Tubeless ready
Asymmetrical rims build up into stiffer, stronger and more reliable wheels by improving the bracing angles of a dished wheel and equalizing the spoke tensions between the drive and non-drive side spokes.
On a mountain bike wheelset with disc brakes, both the front and rear wheels have significant dish. With traditional rims, the rim is centered (or dished) by decreasing spoke tension on one side relative to the other so that the rim is pulled into center.
1. By offsetting the rim, the nipple holes are placed more directly in line with the centre of the hub, which allows a more even spoke length, and therefore tension of spokes between both sides of the wheel.
(It also improves the bracing angle of a dished wheel)
This is one of the reasons wheels are cross-laced.
2. The rim asymmetry enables an entire wheelset to be built, with almost uniform spoke tension.
This results in a stiffer and more stable wheelset, which is under less strain ( similar to the Evo boost idea).
1. Rim color and decal design and painting
2. Wheel build-up
3. Private model for yourself
There is also a 29" design. Contact with us for more requirements. Thank you.
Contact Person: Miss Chen