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Wheelset FULCRUM RACING WIND db - full carbon, clincher, Shimano/SRAM
In describing a racing bike wheel like Wind 55 DB, you start with aerodynamics: it's time to try out on your bike how a finished and optimised profile down to the finest detail is able to make the difference.The 55 mm full carbon unidirectional rim, a full 27 mm wide, is the result of an endless cycle of tests, wind tunnel analyses and laboratory finishing.
Then on the road, with the main objective of reducing the effect of side winds on the ride as much as possible.
And this is what you notice when you choose to race on Wind 55 DB: it cuts through the wind, guarantees stability and consequently very high average speeds without excess effort.
Completing this package id the 2-Way Fit™, 19-mm internal channel, designed to offer the best support for tubeless tires and designed to best match the 25 and 28 mm sizes with the wide rim profile. Thanks to the Mo-Mag™ technology, no conversion will be necessary, the wheel is ready for use even without an inner tube.
If "Aerodynamics" is the first word that comes to mind to describe your new set of wheels, perhaps you should think of Wind as the first choice.
TYRE TYPE 2-Way fit (for clincher and tubeless)
TYRE SIZE 28"
DISCIPLINE Road / Triathlon
WEIGHT 1680 g
RIM MATERIAL Carbon
RIM MATERIAL DETAILS Full carbon, "UD" - carbon fiber finishing
PROFILE HEIGHT High
RIM HEIGHT Front and rear: 55 mm
RIM WIDTH 27 mm
INNER RIM WIDTH (CHANNEL) 19 mm
TYRE WIDTH From 23 mm to 50 mm
BRAKING SYSTEM Disc brake
BRAKING SURFACE/BRAKES OPTIONS AFS
FRONT AXLE COMPATIBILITY HH12-100
REAR AXLE COMPATIBILITY HH12-142
FRONT WHEEL SPOKES 24 (16 left - 8 right)
REAR WHEEL SPOKES 24 (8 left - 16 right)
SPOKES: MATERIAL Stainless steel, double butted
SPOKES: PROFILE Rounded, straight pull
FRONT HUB Aluminum, Aluminum flanges
REAR HUB Aluminum, Aluminum flanges
BEARINGS Sealed cartridge bearings
OTHERS Aluminum Axle
WEIGHT LIMIT 109 kg (Cyclist)
FWB OPTIONS HG11, Campy, XDr
|Rim depth||50mm and higher|