Hermes Sport Aerodynamic wheelsets - clincher

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Product Description

Specifications
  • Lacing Pattern: Front: 20h Radial, Rear: 24h 2 cross
  • Wheelset Weight (clincher): 1450g
  • Rider Weight Limit: 220lbs

    For the enthusiast cyclist, there are a number of needs to consider when upgrading your wheels. Will they be durable? Stiff? How about light weight? Our flagship product, theHermes Sport 50mm wheelset, is designed with just this mentality in mind. In bringing this product to the market, it was necessary to consider the complete range of rider demands so as to provide a product which best satisfied the needs of rigorous cyclists everywhere. New for 2011, the Aerodynamic wheelset now features a special, high-temperature epoxy resin used in its construction, which enables it to handle high braking temperatures without missing a beat. Ride with confidence, even on the most demanding descents!



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