700c Aero Carbon Track Wheelset 23mm Width Matte / Glossy Surface Finish

Product Details:
Place of Origin: Xiamen
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 5 sets
Packaging Details: Carton boxes: 1 set wheel ( 83 * 17 * 67 cm )
Delivery Time: In 20 work days
Payment Terms: T/T , Western Union , MoneyGram , PayPal
Supply Ability: 300 sets per months

Detail Information

Material: T700 Toray Carbon Fiber Width: 23 Mm
Depth: 60 Mm Finish: UD / 3K / 12K , Matte / Glossy
Hub: Novatec Hub Front Wheel: 100mm
Rear Wheel: 120mm Spoke Holes: 20 Front, 24 Rear
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Product Description

 

700c carbon aero track bike wheelset clincher fixie single speed wheels

 

Material T700 toray carbon fiber
Finish UD / 3K / 12K , matte / glossy
Depth 60mm
Width 23mm
Hub Novatec hub
Front Wheel 100mm
Rear Wheel 120mm
Available Track bike / fixed gear bike

 

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A set of deep-section aero wheels will give you a significant advantage over alloy clinchers most are specced with.

 

First, their smooth airfoil shapes pass through the air a lot more cleanly than a box-section rim. The tyre is the leading edge and splits the air. Behind it, a deep rim controls the airflow, helping it to come together again smoothly. A shallow box-section rim can’t do this, so air behind it is turbulent, causing more drag.

 

Secondly, deep wheels aim to ‘sail’ on crosswinds by making the airflow follow the shape of the wheel as it passes over it at an angle, creating forward thrust. In this way the wheels’ own drag decreases as the wind angle increases, until they reach a ‘stall’ point at which the drag sharply increases again because the airflow detaches causing turbulence and an area of low pressure behind the rim. Wide rims enable much higher stall angles, often beyond what you’re likely to encounter on the road.

 

It is possible for most aero wheels, especially discs, to have negative drag at high yaw angles, actually propelling you forward, but it’s slight so the net result is a reduction in total system drag. Track bikes operate in windless velodromes, so their wheels tend to be skinnier airfoils with minimal frontal area.

 

 

As well as the superb 'swooshing' noise a set of deep-section wheels makes, it is more easier to make maintaining your momentum. While riding on the flat, a quality set of deep-section wheels will make holding a given pace that little bit easier, giving you the option to kick on, or keep something in the tank for the run without compromising bike speed.

 


 

Front Wheel:

20 Hole, 60mm Rim
Sealed Bearing Novatec Hub
Bladed Spokes

Front Axle: 9mm

Front Hub Spacing: 100mm

 

Rear Wheel:

24 Hole, 60mm Rim
Sealed Bearing Novatec Hub
Bladed Spokes

Rear Axle: 10mm

Rear Hub Spacing: 120mm

Flip Flop Hub: 16t cog, 16t freewheel

 

 


 

 

Rims

 

Width: 23mm
Drilling: traditional
ETRTO size: 526mm
Depth: 60 mm

Appearance 3K/UD/12K
Weight 530+/-20g
Spokes holes 16-32 Holes
ERD 526mm
Assembly Hole Dia. 7.5mm
Spokes hole Dia. 4.5mm
Valve hole Dia. 6.5mm
Max Spoke Tension >300kg
Material: T700 carbon
Tyre: clincher

 


 

Spokes


Material: Alloy
Shape: J bend
Nipples: brass
Count: 20 front and 24 rear

 

Max. Pressure: 23mm 8.7 bars - 125 psi

 

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Track bike is a bicycle optimized for racing at a velodrome or outdoor track. Unlike road bicycles, the track bike is a fixed-gear bicycle, thus, it has only a single gear ratio and has neither a freewheel nor brakes.

 

Tires are narrow and inflated to high pressure to reduce rolling resistance.

 

Tubular tires are most often used in track racing and training, though advances in clincher tire design have seen them being used somewhat more often.

 

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