Your anywhere wheel.
The Handspun Shimano 105 / DT Swiss R460 Rear Clincher Wheel is a durable, tubeless-ready, hand-built wheel made handle anything you throw at it. It's been perfectly tensioned, trued, and stress relieved for superior strength, so you can feel confident taking it off the tarmac and onto wherever the gravel and dirt roads may lead you.
The DT Swiss R460 rim features a machined braking surface and tubeless-ready construction, while the the 5800 series Shimano 105 hub is celebrated for its reliability and easy to service thanks to its loose ball bearing design. DT Swiss Champion straight gauge spokes and with DT Swiss brass nipples complete this trustworthy wheel.
32 spoke count. 700c x 18 mm (internal width). 130 mm spacing. Compatible with Shimano/SRAM 9/10/11-speed cassettes and Presta valves. Includes quick-release skewer. Claimed weight is 1102 g.
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.
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
I was looking for a rear wheel replacement after my last had cracked. I was trying to work on a somewhat restrained budget, but still wanted something with decent weight and durability. This wheel is great, and while I could have assembled the parts for it myself, it would have taken time and tools I dont currently have.
I havent taken it out too much on the Chicago potholed streets just yet, but my few rides have been smooth and happy.
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