10/11 speed, campag, black - This deal has been marked as expired - so is probably not available at this price anymore. You can check the latest price by clicking the "Latest Price" button below.
Not convinced this is the right set for your bike? Want to check out some more wheely (sorry!) good deals?! Head on over to my bike wheels sale section, where I've listed a plethora of cheap road & MTB hoops - some as complete sets, others available as either individual front or rear models. Each product is clearly labelled with the size and intended use, so hopefully you'll find something suitable for you.
All-distance rocket Simple-looking shape Stiff 17 mm axles of the 188 road hub along with adjustable bearing preload Compatible with cassettes of up to 11-speed Maximum recommended rider weight is 275 pounds Wide Aero Profile Adaptable for Track Use Built With Zipp's 188 Disc Hub Max Width: 27.5mm Nominal Tyre Bed Width: 21.5mm Campag Freehub Weight: 995g Max Recommended Rider Weight: 275lbs Description The new Super-9 disc excels in races won on full-throttle power. Intended for time trials, track racing, and the occasional Tour de France prologue, the Super-9 is stiffer than Zipp's 900 disc and matches the Sub-9s remarkable ability to generate forward lift when paired with the Tangente tyre. Whereas the Sub-9 achieved this feat by incorporating Zipps patented toroidal bulged rim shape to match the Zipp Tangente tire, the Super-9 creates the same level of aero performance with a flat-sided design that is 27.5mm throughout. With a slightly wider tyre bed, the Super-9 is able to provide superb aerodynamics with tyres up to 23mm while offering ample chainstay clearance for even the tightest aero frames. The Super-9s hub features the stiff 17mm axles of the 188 road hub along with adjustable bearing preload with the industrys only aero preload nut. Whilst the standard version of the Super-9 weighs less than 1,000 grams and is convertible between road and track setups.
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