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35mm front/45mm rear hand-built carbon clincher or tubular wheelset
PowerTap GS rear hub; PowerTap front hub
SES Rims by Enve
DT Swiss Aerolite spokes
1,446 / 1,593 grams (tubular / clincher wheelsets)
Optimized rim shape for aerodynamics and ideal handling in all conditions
Highest strength to weight ratio in the industry
Carbon-specific brake pad compound designed for all conditions
Brake pads, skewers and rim strips included
|Rim Depth||Front 35mm / Rear 45mm|
|Rim Width (outer)||Front 26mm / Rear 24mm|
|Front Wheel Weight||
|Rear Wheel Weight||
|Tire Type||Tubular or Clincher|
Rear: PowerTap G3 w/ABEC 5 bearings
Front: PowerTap w/ABEC 5 bearings
DT Swiss Aerolite
DT Swiss Aerolite
|Compatibility||Shimano/SRAM or Campy|
|Nipple||Internal brass pillar-style, proprietary to rim|
You will need a Joule or other ANT+ compatible device to use this hub.
Built around the PowerTap GS power meter hub, these wheels were developed in the wind tunnel by renowned aerodynamic expert Simon Smart, and pair the precise power measurement of the GS hub with hoops that are perfect in just about every condition.
At the center of it all the GS gives you precise, real-time performance measurement, accurate to within +/- 1.5%. Surrounding the PowerTap, the 3.4's were specifically designed as a multi-purpose wheelset which can be used in all conditions, terrains and disciplines. Less deep than the 6.7's, the 3.4's offer maximum performance characteristics for hilly terrain or windy conditions, yet produce drag numbers similar to other companys' 50-60mm deep wheels. And with a front rim of 26mm wide and 35mm deep combined with a rear at 24mm wide and 45mm deep, they offer greater stability.
Long story short: these wheels can do it all, and do it all well. Add the PowerTap Joule and companion PowerAgent software, and you'll have it all. Any. Time. You. Want. It. Go ahead and unleash your freak.
"I used to believe in training on your training wheels and racing on your race wheels, not putting the race wheels on your bike until a ride or two before the race. I now no longer believe that."