700c Fixed Gear Carbon Track Wheelset 9mm Front Axle Single Speed Design

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: UD / 3K / 12K Carbon Width: 20mm / 23 Mm
Depth: 60 Mm Finish: Matte / Glossy
Hub: Novatec Hub Front Wheel: 100mm
Rear Wheel: 120mm Spoke Holes: 20 / 24, 32 / 32
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Product Description


Full carbon tubular track cycling wheels 700c fixed gear single speed wheelset


Material T700 toray carbon fiber
Finish UD / 3K / 12K , matte / glossy
Depth 60mm
Width 20mm / 23mm
Hub Novatec hub
Front Wheel 100mm
Rear Wheel 120mm
Available Track bike / fixed gear bike



Front Wheel

Sealed Bearing Novatec Hub
Bladed Spokes

Front Axle: 9mm

Front Hub Spacing: 100mm

Front Hub Weight: 194.7g



Rear Wheel

Sealed Bearing Novatec Hub
Bladed Spokes

Rear Axle: 10mm

Rear Hub Spacing: 120mm

Rear Hub Weight: 244.8g

Flip Flop Hub: 16t cog, 16t freewheel





Width: 20mm / 23mm
Drilling: traditional
ETRTO size: 526mm
Depth: 60 mm

Appearance 3K/UD/12K
Weight 450+/-20g
Spokes holes 20/24, 32/32
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: tubular




Material: Alloy
Shape: J bend
Nipples: brass
Count: 20 / 24 , 32 / 32


Max. Pressure: 23mm 8.7 bars - 125 psi


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Maintenance and upkeep of fixed gear bike


Maintaining a fixed gear is relatively easy because it has fewer parts than a geared bicycle.


The sprocket should be checked regularly to make sure there is no damage to any teeth and that no object is grinding it as it turns with the rear wheel. The chainring should be checked similarly for any damage. There is an advantage to selecting a number of chainring teeth that is not a round multiple of the number of sprocket teeth (e.g. 3) because this avoids coincidence of the same chainring and sprocket teeth, and tyre contact patch, on each of the rider's power strokes. For riders who perform brakeless skid-stops, it is best to select prime-numbered chainrings (e.g. 41, 43 or 47 teeth) to guarantee that rear tyre wear is spread evenly.


It is imperative (for road riding, at least) that the chain is sufficiently tight that it is impossible for it to derail from either the chainring or sprocket. This generally equates to "no visible slack". A derailed chain can cause a variety of undesirable consequences, such as a locked rear wheel or, worst of all, destruction of the frame if the chain becomes caught around the crank arm and pulls the rear triangle forwards. On a fixed-gear bicycle without hand brakes, even a relatively benign derailment means a total loss of braking ability. Tensioning aside, a chain is significantly less likely to derail if the chainline is accurate and the chain is a traditional "full bushing" type with limited lateral flexibility. Because the difference between a tight and a slack chain equates to only very minor elongation of the links, chain tension should be visually checked at least weekly, especially if the bicycle is ridden in wet or dirty conditions.


As with any other bicycle, the chain should be checked making sure the master link is securely latched. The chain can be lubricated monthly for smooth riding. Also, as needed, the brakes should be tightened as they wear and tire condition observed for possible puncture locations. Air pressure in the tires, tire alignment, brake handle placement, and rust should be monitored on a daily basis because they can change very easily during a jarring ride.


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