Fulcrum Racing Zero Disc Brake Wheelset - Tubeless

Fulcrum Racing Zero Disc Brake Wheelset - Tubeless
Fulcrum Racing Zero Disc Brake Wheelset - Tubeless
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Racing Zero Disc Brake Wheelset - Tubeless by Fulcrum
An all-road race wheelset, the Racing Zero Disc Brake Wheelset capitalizes on the success of the Fulcrum Racing Zero and revamps the design for a disc-compatible wheelset that is ready to carry you over smooth tarmac and gravel races alike. With a 19mm internal width and two-way fit to mount clincher or tubeless tires, the Racing Zero Disc Brake wheels are a versatile and lightweight upgrade to your racing steed. The combination of ultra smooth ceramic bearings, balanced and uniform carbon construction, and the 2:1 spoke lacing create a stiff wheelset that still delivers a ride quality to keep us rolling for all-day races. Our power means more when transferred to the stiff and responsive rims, while the bearings' smoothness ensure we can go further with less effort.

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