LG1 EN Race 27.5in Carbon Boost Wheel by e*thirteen components
e*thirteen is well known in the downhill race scene as makers of some of the finest gravity-focused components on the market. After years of success and numerous World Cup downhill wins and podiums, e*thirteen branches out to the enduro market with their LG1 EN Race 27. 5in Carbon Boost Wheel. These wheels feature durable carbon rims that can take on the rowdiest trails, laced up neatly to boost hubs for a stiff setup that doesn't deflect when you power into chunky rock gardens and long sections of gnarled roots. As the demands of enduro riding get steeper and more aggressive, we think these wheels make a welcome addition to the brand's lineup, so you can hit the trail harder, faster, and with extra confidence thanks to a lifetime warranty to the original owner. The LG1 EN Race Carbon wheels are light and stiff, and built to withstand the rigors of racing enduro. E*thirteen developed them with feedback from the United Ride team, making sure that the wheels can hold up to rough, loose, and fast trails littered with drops and boulders. The wheels feature a 30mm wide hookless rim that does a better job resisting impacts than previous versions of e*thirteen's carbon trail rims. The rims are laced up to CNC-machined aluminum Boost hubs ideal for today's steeds, and are equipped with an XD freehub for SRAM and e*thirteen cassettes. They come ready to roll with tubeless tape and valves, and come with an extra hand full of spokes so a few big days and loose spokes don't leave you stranded without a replacement.
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