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Shimano's 50 mm deep Dura-Ace clincher option gets a speed upgrade in the WH-R9100 C60 Wheelset. Using a D2 24mm-width profile, these wheels are not only faster on the straights but also more stable in the crosswinds compared to the previous thinner design. As before, the lightweight carbon laminate over ultra-thin alloy rims balances stiffness, durability, and ride quality, and the hybrid angular cup and cone bearings ensure they roll silky smooth while only requiring a 5 mm hex key for adjustments. At the rear, OPTBAL 2:1 rear spoke lacing uses twice as many spokes on the drive side to even out spoke tension for a stronger wheel, and weight is kept to a minimum thanks to a superb titanium freehub.
Compatible with Shimano/SRAM 9/10/11-speed cassettes. Includes quick release skewers.
- 50 mm deep, 24 mm wide
- D2 rim profile provides balance between low inertia & aerodynamics
- Carbon laminate rim
- Lightweight titanium freehub body
- OPTBAL spoke system minimizes weight and adds rigidity
- Digital Cone Bearing Adjustment system
- Claimed weight: 800 g / front, 989 g / rear, 1789 g / total
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