King of the course.
Bringing a rim shape inspired by their Firecrest 202 rims, the new Zipp 30 Course Wheelset delivers the performance Zipp is known for at a price-point that leaves room for race entry fees. This 26mm deep alloy clincher features a tubeless-ready rim design that measures 21mm wide internally. This wider rim design delivers a more stable ride with improved handling and responsiveness, while simultaneously reducing aerodynamic drag. Down below, Zipp's 77/177 hubset features an optimized flange geometry for a lightweight, robust hub that spins up quick and gets the power to the pavement – fast.
Also available in a disc brake-specific version.
- Rim Material: Alloy.
- Wheel Size: 700c.
- Tire Type: Clincher, tubeless ready.
- Rim Depth: 26mm.
- Rim Width: 21mm (internal), 25mm (external).
- Brake Compatibility: Rim.
- Drivetrain compatibility: Shimano/SRAM 9/10/11.
- Hubs: Zipp 77/177.
- Front Axle: Quick release.
- Rear Axle: Quick release.
- Spokes: Sapim® CX-Ray.
- Spoke Nipple: Sapim® Secure Lock.
- Spoke Count: 18 front / 24 rear.
- Manufacturer Warranty: Two years.
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.
Returns: This product is overweight and/or oversize and does not qualify for our fixed rate return shipping label. If you need to return this item, we can offer a return shipping label at our discounted shipping rates, or you can arrange for your own return shipping.
Signature will be required when taking delivery of this product.
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