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The most aero of them all.
ENVE's SES 5.6C TL Carbon Wheelset features the latest SES rim shapes which squeeze every last bit of drag reduction out of the wheel system. To further improve efficiency, the SES 5.6 is tubeless compatible, allowing discerning riders to run the fastest tubeless tires on the market.
This wheelset includes two wheels, a tubeless kit (clincher only), 100/130mm skewers, Brake pads 10mm (SRAM/Shimano or Campy), valve extenders (45mm set), an accessory bag, and a wheel Manual.
- Rim Material: Carbon fiber.
- Wheel Size: 700c.
- Tire Type: Clincher, 23-28mm, 25mm recommended.
- Rim Depth: 54mm (front), 63mm (rear).
- Rim Width: 20mm (internal), 29mm & 28mm (external - front, rear).
- Brake Compatibility: Rim.
- Hubs: Full carbon shell with CeramicSpeed bearings.
- Axles: QR (front & rear) .
- Skewers: 100/130mm.
- Spokes: Sapim CX Ray.
- Spoke Count: 20, 24 (front, rear).
- Max. Rider Weight: N/A.
- Claimed Weight: 655g (front), 817g (rear), 1472g (set)..
- Manufacturer Warranty: 5-year warranty and Lifetime Loyalty Guarantee.
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