|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Model Number:||wheels 3 spokes|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||carbon box,standard packaging|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||3000set per month|
|Material:||Carbon Fiber||Finish:||3k/12k Matt/Glossy|
carbon fiber track bike wheels,
carbon track wheelset
Full carbon fiber 20.4mm Width 3/ 4 Spoke Carbon Wheel , Carbon Wheelset 700c Twill / 3K Finish
4 spoke carbon road bike back wheel 700c track wheelset four spoke wheels
|Material||Toray T700 full carbon fiber|
|Finish||Twill / 3k , Matte / Glossy|
|Profile||Clincher or Tubular|
|Tubular Wheel Weight||Road Front Wheel : 870g ± 25g
Road Rear Wheel : 1000g ± 25g
Track Front Wheel : 930g ± 25g
Track Rear Wheel : 970g ± 25g
|Clincher Wheel Weight||Road Front Wheel : 930g ± 25g
Road Rear Wheel : 1060g ± 25g
Track Front Wheel : 990g ± 25g
Track Rear Wheel : 1030g ± 25g
Material: Toray T700 full carbon fiber
Available: Tubular / Clincher
Weave: Twill / 3k
Brake Surface Material: Carbon
Max Tire Pressure: 120psi
Max rider weight: 150kg
Product warranty: 12 months
type: Novatec track hub / Novatec road hub 9/10/11
Bearing type: SKF sealed bearing
HUB COMPATIBILITY: Fixed gear or SHIMAN0 9/10/11 Speed or CAMPAGN0L0 9/10/11 Speed
Spoke count: 4 spoke
Full carbon road bike wheels:
|Logo||Free Supplying Bikedoc Logo|
U Shape 50MM Carbon Road Bike Rims 700C Full Carbon Fiber Bicycle Rims Tubular
|Use||Carbon Road Bike|
|Material||Full Carbon Material T700|
|Rider Weight||125KG Maximum|
|Weight For 1 Piece||420g+-20g|
Everyday Care of Carbon Road Bike Frame
Simple steps can ensure that your carbon bicycle becomes an heirloom.
One of the easiest is parking it safely. Never lean it in such a way that it can roll and fall on its side or slam into anything.
For example, don't rest the seat or frame against a pole and think it's safe (no matter how gently you placed it there), because the bike might move letting the frame crash against the pole, which could easily damage it.
Or, the handlebars might swing around all the way and smack into the top tube.
To prevent these risks lay the bike down in a safe place when you park it or at least ensure that it's resting on a level surface and leaning against a wall.
Also, some companies recommend avoiding exposing your bicycle and components to high temperatures such as leaving them inside a parked car in the sun or storing them next to heat sources or radiators.
Similarly,if you live by an ocean where there's lots of salt in the air, or if you're a person who sweats excessively, you should take extra care to clean and rinse the salt off your bicycle and components to protect them from any possible corrosion of the metal parts.