There's a good reason why you see so many mid-depth carbon wheels on the pro's bikes. Having a reduction in drag and that slight aero advantage helps out on the flats, in the sprints, and on any grade under say 6%. Dropping grams and improving stiffness also helps in the acceleration department and is advantageous when closing gaps or attacking the group. The main drawback with carbon wheels is usually cost but with Reynolds new AR lineup of wheels, you can enjoy some fast hoops that you can ride every day without costing a fortune. Give your bike an injection of speed and turn the screws on your next group ride with the AR41 Carbon Disc Wheelset from Reynolds. One thing that's immediately noticeable about these wheels in windy conditions is just how stable they are across a variety of Yaw angles. Crosswinds no longer blow you around like a sail and you can confidently ride the wheels regardless of the conditions. The other thing we really like about the wheels is its healthy internal width providing plenty of support for wider, lower pressure tubeless tires allowing you to enjoy the traction, lower rolling resistance, and comfort that's on tap. Lacing these quality hoops up with sub-standard spokes to meh hubs would be a great disservice and Reynolds does the right thing with Sapim Sprint spokes and brass nipples to Reynolds' Allroad hubs. Centerlock disc compatibility ensures that the wheels work well in all conditions and Reynolds backs up this wheelset with a lifetime warranty.
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Reynolds AR41 Carbon Disc Wheelset - Tubeless
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