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Giant XCR 0 27.5 Carbon XC Rear Wheel
$1,155.00 - $1,213.00
- Ultra-light full composite 27.5-inch rims - Tubeless compatible using supplied rim strips and valves - 21mm wide (inner) rim for better tire performance - DT Aerolite/Aero Comp bladed stainless steel spokes; 28h front/rear - Dynamic balance lacing technology for enhanced drive efficiency and braking control - Alloy locking nipples - Giant alloy hub shell, 6-bolt disc compatible, DT internals - Boost 148mm rear/ 110mm front - 36t star ratchet with 10° engagement - Compatible with SRAM XX1 drivetrain using optional XD driver bodies - 1420g per pair
Giant SLR 0 30mm Carbon Climbing Road Wheels 700c Rear
$1,260.00
Power up climbs. Descend with speed and confidence. Stiff, superlight, and built with proprietary technologies, the SLR 0 30 delivers efficiency, control and durability in a stiff, lightweight and race-ready package. Features - Ultralight 30mm deep full-composite rim brake only rims - Tubeless compatible using supplied rim strips and valves - 17mm internal rim width for optimal tire performance - Dynamic Balance Lacing technology for enhanced drive efficiency and braking control - DT Aerolite/DT Aerocomp straight-pull bladed stainless spokes- 21H Front & 24H Rear - Alloy locking nipples - Giant alloy hub shell with Star Ratchet driver system - 1298g per pair
Specialized Roval Traverse 38 SL Fattie 27.5 148
$1,900.00
While there may be a linear relationship between increased tire size and increased fun, this relationship only holds true when wider tires are paired with the correct width rims. Having a 2.8", or high-volume, tire mated to a narrow rim makes for a squirmy, poor handling experience, and when you’re on the hunt for additional fun, these characteristics are undesirable. Lucky for you, the new age of traction, stability, and speed has arrived—and its name is the Traverse 38 SL Fattie 27.5. Along with light overall weight, stiffness, and durability, another top priority for the Traverse SL was ease of use. First off, we got rid of the creaky straight-pull spokes and corrosion-prone alloy nipples. Next up, we landed on 28 J-bend spokes, for front and rear wheels, that are all the same length—making it easy to find replacements if needed. And finally, we engineered a new hub design, with a wider profile and higher flange to aid in overall stiffness. While our 38-millimeter Traverse SL is already wider than most offerings, the benefits of three-inch tires become more apparent with a proper rim interface. In search for the proper width, our engineers tested various iterations, from 30 to 45 millimeters, to determine where the sweet spot lies. What they ended up with is a 38-millimeter internal rim width that turns the Traverse 38 SL Fatties into descending machines. A wide internal rim width endows riders with a variety of advantages that are exemplified even more with plus-sized tires. The extra width allows for more tire volume, translating into more supple ride qualities, and better support for the tire, meaning that you'll experience less "burping" when riding tubeless and a drastic increase in traction. After determining the proper rim width for the plus-sized application, we began designing the rim using the same low-weight, high-strength technologies used in the Traverse SL and the Control SL. With this, we started with our Zero Bead Hook design that effectively eliminates the biggest weak spot found in traditional rims, and topped it off by using high-modulus carbon fiber to keep the weight down. And to further this theme, the wheels also include the Roval tubeless plug system, which sheds an additional 50 grams-per-wheel compared to a rim strip Each Traverse 38 SL Fattie is hand-built to our own alloy hubs with DT Swiss Competition Race spokes. Inside our hubs, you'll find sealed cartridge bearings all-around, and a quick-engaging 54t DT Swiss star ratchet system in the rear that allows you to power over rocks and roots without delay. And while machines do a decent job of building wheels, we choose professionally trained humans to build ours, as they catch various flaws that a machine would otherwise miss.
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