To add some speed and a little style to your 29er, throw on a set of Crank Brothers' Cobalt 1 wheels. These lightweight wonders boast tubeless-compatible aluminum rims that keep the weight down to 1,975 grams for the set and they boast machined aluminum hubs with sealed bearings that feel like they'll spin forever. Crank Brothers Twin Spoke technology provides superior strength and stiffness with only 24 spokes.
Elite-level aluminum wheels for gravel/cx Details - Simple and beautiful — our unique wheel design is based around principles of strength, stiffness, and acceleration. - Low rotational inertia — unique wheel design distributes mass closer to the hub for faster acceleration and deceleration. - Twin pair spoke technology — designed using the strongest shape in construction, the triangle, to maximize strength and stiffness. - Single spoke length — easy to true and replaceable without removing tire. - Tubeless ready / hole-less rims — stronger and no rim tape required for tubeless setup. Specs - Freehub: 3-pawl, 21T, alloy - Front hub end caps: 15mm (installed), 9mm (included) - Internal rim width: 21mm - Rear hub end caps: 12x142mm (installed), 10x135mm (included) - Rim finish: Shot peen, black anodizing - Rim material: 6061-t6, smooth weld joint - Skewers: Skewers not included, available separately - Spoke material: Stainless steel - Warranty: 2 years - Weight: 1645g - XD driver: XD driver compatible, available separately
Control and stability for enduro riding. - Mountain bike's first tuned carbon wheel system for enduro riding and racing. - Front and rear specific wheels tuned and optimized to address the specific performance requirements and loads of mountain bike riding. - Compliant tuned front wheel improves handling and maximizes grip and control in turns. Wider inner rim width supports wider tire profile in front, increased volume and contact patch, and rounds tire profile to enhance turning. - Stiff tuned rear wheel supports peak loads and enhances stability and tracking at speed. Narrower inner rim width supports narrower tire profile in rear, improves rolling resistance, and sharpens tire edge for grip.
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