Lightweight Road Bike Rims 700c 25 - 28mm Width Matte / Glossy Finish

Product Details:
Place of Origin: Xiamen
Model Number: Rim-RT60S
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 10 pieces
Packaging Details: Carton boxes: 10 pieces rim ( 70 * 31 * 70 CM )
Delivery Time: In 15 work days
Payment Terms: T/T , Western Union , MoneyGram , PayPal
Supply Ability: 500 pieces per months

Detail Information

Rim Type: Lightweight Road Bike Rims Rim Finish: UD / 3K / 12K
Depth: 60 Mm Width: 25 - 28mm
Weight: 445g + / - 20g Per Pcs Brake Type: V-brake, Disc-brake
Spoke Holes: 16 To 36 Holes Spoke Type: External Nipples / Internal Nipples
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Product Description

 
Lightweight road bike rims 700c 60mm depth 25mm width carbon rims tubular

 

Rim Model Rim-RT60S
Rim Type Lightweight road bike rims
Rim Depth 60 mm
Rim Width 25-28mm
Type Of Brake V-brake, Disc-brake
Rim Weight 445g + / - 20g per pcs
Spoke Holes 16 to 36 holes
Finish UD / 3K / 12K, matte / glossy

 
Deep-section aero wheels offer some of the biggest speed gains you can find, along with your helmet and clothing. The difference between basic training wheels and the best of this group can be as much as four minutes in a 40km bike leg. In short, aero wheels are essential as soon as you switch from completing to competing.
 
Carbon will reduce flex while still absorbing road vibration. That coupled with it already being a lighter construction material, engineers can work with more spokes and rigid lacing patterns so that it can outperform aluminum in any circumstance. Every major tour winner for a long time has won using carbon. The only drawback is cost.

 
Model RT60S
Size 700C
Material T700/Basalt
Appearance 3K/UD/18K
Weight 445+/-20g (Ultra light)
Spokes holes 16-36H
Assembly Hole Dia. 7.5mm
Spokes hole Dia. 4.5mm
Valve hole Dia. 6.5mm
Flatness <0.15mm
Roundess <0.3mm
Max Spoke Tension >300kg
Ultimate Strength >300kg
Torsion Strength >50kg
Dynamic Equilibrium <3g

 
1. The most popular and great one which owns all around wheelset


With a rim depth of 60mm, this is designed as a do-everything wheelset that is adept at climbing and maintaining speed on the flats; a wheel strong enough to handle the Spring Classics, but light enough to inspire sprints out of corners.

 

Tubular tape took installing many tubular tires (a vulcanized tire casing is recommended) from being a multi-day process to just a matter of minutes.Having a razor blade in your flat repair bag so that you can cut the bias of the tire can make quick work of removing a tubular in an emergency too.
 
2. Comfort
 
Just like the bike frame , the carbon fibre rims has the ability to absorb vibrations in the road . Even for high-profile rims ( 35 mm and up ) .
 
3. Lighter and faster
 
Ultra light weight design with 445g with 60mm depth, 25mm width.

 

The combined weight of a tubular wheel and tyre is usually lighter than the equivalent clincher, so the wheel can accelerate a little faster.

 

4. Aero wheels rim for all-around riding

 

With its advanced aerodynamics, it concept studies and months in the wind tunnel; the unrivaled crosswind stability saves watts that would have been spent keeping the bike straight, and provides unequivocal confidence for high speed descending.

 
Lightweight Road Bike Rims 700c 25 - 28mm Width Matte / Glossy Finish 0

 

Why do we focus so much on wheelset weight when choosing between one or another?

 

Perhaps because weight is one of the most quantifiable differences between wheels, even though for most riders, reducing our own body weight by 2.5kg or 5lbs would save us 5x the amount of time we would save by cutting 300 grams off the typical stock wheels that come with our bikes by moving to a pure climbing wheelset.

 

Weight only matters when you are accelerating and when you are going up relatively steep hills and climbs. But, as explained above, the weight that matters most is your body weight and how much power you can crank out relative to your weight. Your bike and wheelset weight have little relative effect when accelerating and climbing.

 

Unlike weight, aerodynamics almost always matters (it doesn’t when you are slowly going up steep grades). It matters, even more, the faster you go and the more time you spend riding without anyone in front you to draft off of. Aerodynamics actually matters more than weight when you are acceleration though the difference between the effect of the two is marginal.

 

If you regularly average 30kph or 18mph and faster on your rides, aerodynamics matters a lot and can save you minutes based on how you position yourself on your bike and what gear (wheels, frame, tires) and kit (helmet, jersey, etc.) you use.

 

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