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Reynolds Cycling AR29 X Disc Brake Wheelset
Reynolds Cycling AR29 X Disc Brake Wheelset

Reynolds Cycling
AR29 X Disc Brake Wheelset

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Reynolds' AR29 X Disc Brake Wheelset is a carbon fiber road bike wheelset featuring a 21mm tubeless ready rim channel that can fit a wide range of modern tires. The 30mm overall rim width ensures they are plenty stiff to stand up to explosive sprints and rail through high-speed turns. The AR29 X comes with 12x100 front axle spacing, 12x142 rear axle spacing, and uses centerlock rotors.

Features & Specs:

  • Tubeless ready rim.
  • Wider rim shapes have been optimized for crosswind stability.
  • Material: Carbon fiber Ctg2 brake track.
  • Size: 700c.
  • Width: 21mm (internal), 29.5mm (external).
  • Depth: 30mm.
  • Sapim Sprint Spokes w/ brass nipples.
  • Spoke Count: 24/24.
  • Hub: Reynolds Allroads Hubs - 10-degree engagement.
  • Brake Interface: Disc Only, Center Lock.
  • Freehub: Shimano/SRAM 9-11spd, Campy or SRAM XD-R.
  • Front Axle Spacing: 12x100 & 15x100 (Included), QR 100 (Available Separately).
  • Rear Axle Spacing: 12x142 (Included), QR 135 & 12x135 (Available Separately).
  • Wheelset Weight: 1,455g.

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Rim Diameter: 622 mm

 

Wheel Features: Disc Brake Compatible 

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