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Reserve 30 wheels feature a 30mm internal width that supports 2.3-2.5" tires, and the thick rim beads stand up to the abuse of tough, rocky, steep tracks ridden at elite speed. While DH rims see greater single impacts, nothing beats the full weekend of regular abuse that an EWS race dishes out. To say nothing of the infamous 'Anti-Grip' and the rocks buried within the moondust in the Andes of Chile. - Designed for DH riding and racing - Carbon fiber construction with 4mm asymmetric offset - Reinforced rim bed for impact resistance - Rated for e-bike use - Ships with rim tape installed, tubeless-ready valves, and cards identifying the builder of each of your wheels - Backed by a lifetime warranty
ENVE AM30 Carbon Wheelsets use a 30mm inside width rim that is tuned for compliance and damping for performance on All-Mountain, Enduro, and Trail riders. - 30mm internal rim width - Gravity rated impact strength - Rim shape tuned for compliance and damping - Wide Hookless Bead Anti-pinch flat technology
$616.19 - $666.90
EX 1700 SPLINE wheels are built on 36t ratchet hubs combined with a super strong and welded 30 mm wide aluminum rim. The rim profile is designed to withstand the hardest use of Enduro racing while still keeping the weight low for long and demanding uphills. Laced to double butted competition straightpull spokes, the EX 1700 SPLINE wheels are built to take a beating. - Welded Aluminum rim with 30mm internal width - 350 hub with 36 point SL Ratchet system - Competition spokes and Squorx nipples - Designed for Enduro applications
The ultimate racing combination Details - 29 Front/27.5 rear mixed wheel set - Tuned Front and Rear Carbon Wheel System for downhill. - Front- and rear-specific wheels tuned and optimized to address the specific performance requirements and loads of mountain bike riding. - Compliant tuned front wheel improves handling and maximizes grip and control in turns. - Stiff tuned rear wheel supports peak loads and enhances stability and tracking at speed. Larger front wheel: - Faster rolling at speed - Improved grip through maximizing contact patch - Reduced trail chatter Smaller rear wheel: - Lower rotational weight leads to faster acceleration - Improved handling through tight sections of trail - Easier to change direction - Allows rider space to move further back on the bike
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