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Go beyond the pale.
Don't let a "Roadway not improved" sign slow you down, with the Reynolds ATR 650 Carbon Wheelset beneath you, your ride will stay smooth even when the asphalt doesn't. The robust, wide-profile carbon fiber 650b rim has been optimized for wider all terrain tires, allowing you to explore the great outdoors in comfort with traction. Tubeless ready, the 40mm deep rim offers cloudlike comfort and puncture protection that will tame the roughest roads. Down below, 24 steel spokes front and rear lace down to Reynolds' own Allroad Disc CNC machined hubs. These Center lock-compatible hubs ensure that you'll enjoy strong, reliable braking even when the dirt turns to mud.
- Tubeless-ready 40mm deep rim is 25mm, optimized for wider all terrain tires.
- Center lock rotor mount.
- Rim size: 650b.
- Rim width: Internal 23mm, External 32mm.
- Rim weight: 434g.
- Wheelset weight: 1,550g.
- Spoke count: 24 front and rear.
- Thru axle: Front and rear.
- Front axle spacing: Front 15x100 (included), 12x100 (convertible), or QR 100 (available separately).
- Rear axle spacing: 12x142 (included), QR 135 and 12x135 (available separately).
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