45mm Carbon Clincher Rim
Specification Of 45mm Carbon Clincher Rim 一一TWC45C Description Of 25mm Wide 45mm Carbon Clincher Rims Tubeless Ready Full carbon 25mm wide 45mm tubeless ready road rim disc brakes.Molded carbon brake track technology.High tg 240℃ for our carbon tubeless compatible road rims,it is difference for...
Specification Of 45mm Carbon Clincher Rim 一一TWC45C
Full Carbon T700
Max Spokes Tension
Max Tyre Pressure
Brake Rims Weight
Max Rider Weight
Disc Brake Version
Description Of 25mm Wide 45mm Carbon Clincher Rims Tubeless Ready
Full carbon 25mm wide 45mm tubeless ready road rim disc brakes.Molded carbon brake track technology.High tg 240℃ for our carbon tubeless compatible road rims,it is difference for 180℃ version from other supplier.Max Wider in 28mm,wider disc brake road rims u shaped version more suitable for Cx bicycle racing.
2 types of version for this rims,
Weight of general design: 470+/-15g.
Weight of disc brake version: 430+/-15g.
Please confirm with us when you place order.
Why the tubeless compatible road rims?Improved rolling resistance over standard clincher,make more power for cyclist.the second,it will be reduced the tire pressure.The third,more aerodynamic than standard clincher.
Why we choose wider rims in U shape? It will be reduced rolling resistance,as we know,when the rims is slightly wider than the tyre when the it contacting the ground,it will be provide huge benefit in terms of lateral resistance,you are going to get better control and handling.The result in faster speed and less power from yourself.You also will get a Aerodynamic benefit.The trend of carbon rims is 20.5mm,23mm wide carbon rims to wider rims in the future.
1.Tubular vs. Clincher?
Traditionally tubular have been used for race wheels and clinchers often recommended for training, though ultimately the final decision should be based on your preference, comfort level and confidence level in changing a potential puncture.
2.How do I book my wheels?
Email us by email@example.com
3.Do you have physical store?
No. We only sell via our network of superroad bike official website here.
4.What are your service hours.
Any questions please feel free to contact us,reply you within 6 hours.
5.How can i track my order?
We will inform you when the goods was shipped.
How to adjust your quick releases skewer?
Hi, I am Gen from Superroad bike. People have asked me just how tight to clamp their quick-release skewers. Here's a quick demonstration of just how easy it is to make a proper adjustment.
Note the position of the lever once closed. It's a good practice to close your skewers this way every time, but very important when group riding or racing to protect against accidental opening from another rider's front wheel.
Initially, you should open your skewer and loosen the nut, thus allowing the wheel to fully seat in the dropouts of your bicycle frame and fork. Once the chain is properly configured over the smallest cog on the cassette, allow the bicycle frame to rest fully on the axle of the wheel.
Now that the wheel and frame are loosely configured as a single unit, allow the bicycle to balance over the wheel while tightening the skewer nut. Close the quick-release lever to its final position and tighten the nut by hand until it's snug against the frame. The camming action of the quick-release lever allows most people to easily open and close the lever when properly adjusted. Notice the slight color change in your palm indicating pressure.
Any problems please feel free to contact us .