700c Fixed Gear Carbon Bicycle Rims Track Bike Time Trial Tubular Triathlon Rims

Product Details:
Place of Origin: Xiamen
Model Number: Rim-R88T
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: 88mm Carbon Rim Rim Material: Full UD / 3K / 12K Carbon
ERD: 470mm Spoke Type: External Nipples / Internal Nipples
Width: 22mm / 23mm / 25mm Drill Holes: 16 - 36 Holes
Available: Track / Fixed Fear / Triathlon Warranty: 12 Months
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Product Description


700c fixed gear 88mm carbon rim track bike time trial tubular triathlon rims


Rim Model Rim-RT88B
Rim Type 88mm fixie rim
Rim Depth 88 mm
Rim Width 22mm / 23mm / 25mm
Type Of Brake V-brake, Disc-brake
Spoke Holes 16 to 36 holes
Finish UD / 3K / 12K, matte / glossy


Aero wheels are certainly for those riders and they will be on very deep rims, often more than 60mm deep and as much as 88mm deep or complete discs in the back wheel.



480g with 88mm depth, 22mm width.


480g with 88mm depth, 23mm width.


485g with 88mm depth, 25mm width.



1. Faster


Aero wheels for time trialists and triathletes, not having to worry about making any sharp turns, with no other riders near them to maneuver around, and going so ridiculously fast that those deep rims really make a difference.


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

The combined weight of a tubular wheel and tyre is usually lighter than the equivalent clincher, so the wheel can accelerate a little faster. With a tubular, the rim can generally use higher tyre pressures, and most people only use tubuless rims only for racing.


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.

Model R88T
Size 700C
Material T700/Basalt
Appearance 3K/UD/18K
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


700c Fixed Gear Carbon Bicycle Rims Track Bike Time Trial Tubular Triathlon Rims 0


Buyer’s guide to road bike wheels


Climbing wheels


Rotating weight is felt most when ascending, so a wheel suited to climbing is usually designed with low weight in mind. Such wheels generally feature a shallow-profile rim and a low spoke count.


Another benefit of such a wheel is seen in ride quality. Typically, the deeper a rim gets in its shape, the harsher the ride — therefore climbing wheels are often more compliant.


Where a wheelset is below 1,500g and doesn’t claim to be aerodynamic, it can often be put into the climbing category. When budget is no issue, a superlight climbing wheelset should weigh between 900g and 1,300g.


Mid-section aerodynamic wheels


Aerodynamic wheels have quickly become a popular choice for creating that ‘pro look’. An aerodynamic wheel will usually feature a deeper section rim, with a rim depth of around 30mm being the typical starting point.


As aero designs have improved in recent years, there has been a big uptake in these mid-depth wheels — which unlike some deep-section models (see below) now provide a sensible balance between low weight, ride quality and improved performance against the wind.


Aerodynamic rims are often made from carbon fibre in order to keep weight low. However, budget options are likely to be made of or feature aluminium, so will be heavy.


Deep-section aerodynamic wheels


When speed is a priority, a deep-section rim of 50mm or more cuts through the wind with less turbulence. However, the additional depth can cause problems if riding in high cross-winds and often adds weight, which is why mid-depth wheels have become a popular compromise outside of time trials and fast sprint courses.


People who race on deep aerodynamic wheels will often own a set of training wheels for use outside of racing.


Training wheels


While speed and low weight are a priority for racing wheels, training or ‘everyday’ wheels must be durable and able take a beating.


Because rims wear out over time with braking, alloy training wheels are often best. A custom, handbuilt wheelset — where replacement spokes and rims are relatively cheap — are a good choice (see below for more on these). Other options are budget wheels from major brands, which can be quite solid and have parts that aren't too expensive to replace.


For this type of usage, expect a wheelset weight of 1,500–1,800g for something that is well priced. A budget wheelset is likely to be 1,900g or over.


Gravel / adventure / touring wheels


Back-country road or gravel riding, which is fast growing in popularity, calls on similar demands to a good touring wheelset. The wheels must be near over-built for the occasion and easily serviceable. For this type of riding, a high spoke count (28-32) wheelset is often best.


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