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Cero AR30 Evo Wheelset
Rim: The new AR30 rim has been selected for its performance benefits, the tubeless compatibility gives you the option of running tubeless or standard clincher tyres and innertubes. Going tubeless allows you to run at a lower pressure without fear of pinch flats, once the wheels are filled with sealant puncture protection is vastly enhanced with holes up to 3mm being sealed allowing you to continue your ride.
The wider rim better accommodates the use of larger tyres, creating a more aero profile and giving a more comfortable and complete ride.
-Internal width: 17.4mm
-Rim weight: 475g
Spokes: The often-overlooked component in a wheelset, they bear the load, transfer power, absorb the rigors of the road and ensure a smooth ride.
Spokes must be strong enough to take the incredible and varied braking and accelerating forces you subject your bike to on any terrain.
We don’t compromise on quality to hit price points, we offer the best spoke available today, the Sapim CX-Ray.
The CX-Ray still receives the best results in fatigue testing of any spoke available, its unrivaled strength, light weight, aerodynamics and flexibility make the CX-Ray the perfect choice for a high end racing wheel.
- incredibly lightweight
- Aerodynamic profile
-Longer lasting than any other spoke on the market.
-Produced from high-tensile fatigue resistant 18/8 stainless steel.
-Diameter 2.0-(2.2x0.9) -2.0.
-Rear hub: Compatible with SRAM/Shimano and Campagnolo 9/10/11 speed.
-Provided with our Cero 92g Quick Release set featuring alloy lever with Ni-Cromo Hollow Axle.
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Great value fast, light wheelset
- Had these wheels for over a year now. Roll nicely on the flat making it easy to maintain speed alongside bikes with fancier sets. Nice and light for climbing and look great.
- Light and Aero but sadly flexy
- I previously owned the AR30 (non evo wheelset) on a Giant TCR bike that was sadly stolen. On the replacement bike I originally put Mavic Ksyrium Elites. I wanted something a bit lighter and more Aero so went for these. Whilst they look good and are certainly light they are quite flexy compared to the Mavics (and I think the original AR30). The rear is more flexy than the front but you can feel and hear (brake rub) both moving around under power (even with QRs done up very tight) i.e. sprinting or out of the saddle climbing.
Overall still a great value wheelset but disappointed by the stiffness.
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