Anything but fragile.
The Quattro Clincher Wheelset beautifully balances performance and durability, making it an ideal choice for training or competition.
Fulcrum's uses a 35mm alloy rim for stiffness and weight savings, along with wind cheating efficiency. The semi-aero profile also helps slice through mud in particularly messy course conditions.
The Quattro hubs are designed with over-sized alloy bodies for rigid performance without the extra weight. Over-sized aluminum axles further the weight reduction without giving up strength, and top-quality steel ball bearings deliver silky smooth performance and complete serviceability.
Double butted stainless steel spokes and traditional alloy nipples offer strength and easy maintenance, and Fulcrum's 5-Axis spoke anchoring ensures perfectly uniform tension, extending strength and impact resistance.
The Racing Quattro Wheelset features 16 spokes are laced radially on the front wheel, with 21 spokes on the rear wheel, in Fulcrum's Two to One lacing. Compatible with Shimano/SRAM 8/9/10-speed cassettes and Shimano 11-speed cassettes. Includes new eccentric quick release levers. Claimed weight: 1725g.
FREE Cassette Installation - Order a cassette along with a wheelset and we can install the cassette for free. Cassette installation requires special tools that not all our customers have. The cassette will be professionally installed and torqued to spec. Just add "Please install cassette" to your order notes at checkout and we'll take care of you.
Returns: This product is overweight and/or oversize and does not qualify for our fixed rate return shipping label. If you need to return this item, we can offer a return shipping label at our discounted shipping rates, or you can arrange for your own return shipping.
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
These can be a nice upgrade option from a stock wheelset. Not completely feather-weight but a way to shave off some grams and look more Areo.
A word of caution though, chances are you are a lightweight rider (just 16 spokes for the front wheel) and any sort of cross wind, you will feel that kind of force. I'm only 130 lbs (59kg) and descending with a strong crosswind is unnerving. I would not recommend the front wheel if you are concerned about your handling with the wind.
That said, these roll effortless compared to a cheap set of stock wheels.
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