e*thirteen finds it's roots in downhill racing with a history of making some of the burliest wheels and components on the market. The LG1 EN 29in Boost Wheel expands their expertise to the enduro realm, giving riders a strong and reliable wheelset that's able to withstand the repeated hits of steep, rocky trails commonly found on enduro courses. Whether you're a seasoned racer, or simply a rider looking for a sturdy wheelset that won't drain your bank account, the tough aluminum construction of the LG1 EN Boost Wheels is a worthy companion for conquering even the most technical trails. The LG1 EN wheels use the same stiff, quick-engaging hubs as their high-end carbon counterparts, but they are laced to sleeved aluminum rims with double-butted spokes to cut down on cost without giving up on strength. The rim uses a hookless bead, which improves impact resistance and allows for an easy and secure tubeless setup, and features a 30mm internal width that is well-suited to modern 2. 3 - 2. 6in tires. The wheels come tubeless ready with tape and valve stems installed, and there's a few extra spokes in the box just in case you accidentally huck to flat and break one on the trail.
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