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Hope Ultralight Hubs

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MSRP : $67.50

Product Description

The Ultra light front hub is one of the world's lightest bicycle hubs. It weights an incredibly light 68g, WITH sealed bearings. Those incredible bearings insure a smooth spinning hub, with little need for worry. This hub is for the very light rider, occasional commuter or super smooth road racer. This hub is not for offroad use,especially the downhill monster. Designed for light use only.

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Maxxis Ultralight tube question

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