YOUR GRAVEL/CX WEAPONS. WIDE TUBELESS RIMS, RAPIDENGAGE DOUBLE-SEALED HUBS, & HIGH 24/28 SPOKE DURABILITY FOR UP TO 115KG RIDERS
30 DEEP | 27 WIDE | 1479G
Thanks to disc brakes, the line between road and off-road has been well and truly blurred. Many of us now rightly see bikes as our keys to freedom; the freedom to roam, find undiscovered routes, and just have a blast. We want to go fast on roads, but often the routes we want to ride also lead to the paths less travelled.
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Rims | Unidirectional T24/30 with 3K weave re-enforced spoke holes. Disc specific. 30mm deep, Super-wide 27mm aero U-profile.
Tires | Tubeless-ready for lower weight & rolling resistance, featuring H_LOCK bead-seat for easy and secure tubeless installation. Also works excellently with clincher tires and tubes.
Hubs | HUNT 4 Season Disc J-bend spoke hubs with extra bearing shielding. 5 degree RapidEngage 6-pawl freehub, with H_CERAMIK coating for enhanced durability. SRAM XD Driver available. Centre-lock disc mount, 6-bolt disc adaptors included.
Axles | Easily adaptable & we fit them for you. Fit all current axle sizes and are easy to change; Front - QR, Bolt thru 12/15/9mm, Rear - QR, Bolt thru 12x142, 12x135, 10x135. Please click here for more info on how to select your axles.
Included | Tubeless tape & valves, spare spokes, spoke key, axle adapters (please fill in the simple form after checkout to select your required size), pair of 6bolt disc adapters.
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Maximum tire pressure for this rim is 110psi when used with 25-28mm tires. Maximum tire pressures for other tire sizes: 30mm do not exceed 80psi, 33mm do not exceed 60psi, 35-45mm do not exceed 40psi, 46mm+ do not exceed 35psi. 100psi is more than enough for any rider on road. Please do not exceed the maximum pressure stated on your tire. Click here to listen to a podcast exploring the science of why lower pressures were found to be faster by pro teams.