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Zipp 30 Course Disc Clincher Wheelset
Zipp 30 Course Disc Clincher Wheelset
Zipp 30 Course Disc Clincher Wheelset

Zipp
30 Course Disc Clincher Wheelset

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Zipp enters the tubeless game with their ZIpp 30 Course Disc Clincher for a wheelset that lets you run lower pressures without the risk of pinch flatting. Taking inspiration from their 202 Firecrest carbon clinchers, the Zipp 30 rims feature a wide 21 mm width to further increase traction and improving ride quality, while also adding more stability when riding at low pressures. The versatile 77/177D hubset is the same found in their 202 and 303 Firecrest Disc-brake models, so they're durable and thru-axle compatible with the included end caps.

Laced front and rear with 24 Sapim CX-Ray spokes. Includes skewers, rim tape, tubeless valves, 10-speed cassette spacer, and end caps for 15 x 100 mm front and 12 x 142 mm rear thru axles.

Shimano / SRAM 9/10/11 compatible. 6-bolt rotor mounts. Tubeless ready. Claimed wheelset weight is 1650 g. Recommended max rider weight is 250 lbs.

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Weight: 1650 grams

 

Rim Diameter: 622 mm

 

Wheel Features: Disc Brake Compatible 

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Great all purpose wheels
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by DirtDuster
Cycling Enthusiast
Maine
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I have been riding these for two seasons on my Trek Boone. The wheels are super solid and relatively fast, although not as fast as my wife's carbon 303s. I have ridden them with many different tire sizes. My default road tire is a Conti 28 but have tried 25s and they are fine. Many gravel rides using Conti 35s. Cross races on knobby 32s. Have stayed true for the roughly 4,000 miles I have on them. Many rough and gravel roads and no issues. I have not gone tubeless with these wheels because I change tires frequently depending on ride. They easily do a group road ride weekday nights and with tire change are ready for dirt or gravel roads or cross on Sat. When changing tires it helps to really squeeze the far side bead into the center of the wheel when seating the near side bead as it can be tight getting that last few inches over the rim. Also, be sure your spare tubes have a long enough stem.

Reviewed 11/16/2017
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Great, versatile wheelset.
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Atlanta, GA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I've ridden these wheels on road and gravel. They roll well and seem to be best suited for wider, tubeless tires (I am using 30mm Schwalbe's). Mounting is easy relative to other tubeless rims.

Reviewed 1/27/2017
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just plain FAST
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by mike ghee
Cycling Enthusiast
litchfield , connecticut
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

the first thing you notice when you ride these wheels is how smooth they feel. going up a slight incline is almost like riding the flats. after a descent they just keep spinning. just finished a big charity ride and sometimes I would get dropped by a group on the steeper climbs. no problem. on the next descent I caught them and blew past them ! if you don't think good wheels can make you faster buy these and find out.

Reviewed 8/6/2017
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