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Speedy Gravel/CX Wheels Built On Bombproof Mountain Hubs
Looking for a pair of reasonably priced wheels to upgrade your gravel grinder or CX rager? Look no further. Industry Nine has developed the ideal set of wheels for taking the road less traveled.
Adopting the proven technology of I9 1/1 mountain line, the 1/1 GRCX brings off-road readiness to drop bar bikes. Their unassuming, but advanced 1/1 Road drive mechanism keeps pedal power transfer consistent and predictable. Offered with a 24.5mm inner rim design, the 700c GRCX rim shines on rides that see both road and gravel. Perfect for backcountry or touring adventures, 1/1 Road brings Industry Nine performance to new riders and new routes.
Industry Nine has become one of the most reliable wheel and hub manufacturers in the MTB and Gravel industries, producing quality, top-of-the-line wheelsets. Handmade in Asheville, North Carolina, I9's famous wheel builders test all of their products on the grueling trails of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Industry Nine 1/1 GRCX 700C Wheelset is lightweight, agile, and durable. The 1/1 hub is entry-level for I9 but far from being basic, featuring all of the same bearing and axle upgrades as the higher-end Hydra hubs. The biggest difference between the Hydra and the 1/1 hubs is the freehub body, with 690 P.O.E at 0.54-degrees for the Hydra while the 1/1 has 90 P.O.E at 4-degrees.
The 1/1 GRCX 700C Wheelset was designed for road to gravel riding and is compatible with 700 X 33-55 tires. It is tubeless-ready, so tire pressure and puncture protection can be regulated for the hard roads ahead.
Weighing in at 1710g, this wheelset is lighter than its similarly-priced alloy competitors and reduces the overall rolling weight of the bike.
- 6 Pawl 1/1 Freehub Body — Proven dual-phase configuration provides quick 4 degree engagement.
- Classic J-Bend Spokes — Traditonal and conventional flanged hubshell packed with i9 tech, but using a stanadard j-bend spoke and nipple.
2-Year Warranty — Warranty coverage against defects on your Industry Nine wheelset or Classic hubset.
- Avaliable in Shimano 11 Speed or SRAM XD-R 12 Speed freehub bodies.
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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