Enjoy riding all-roads a little more with the ATR Carbon Disc Wheelset from Reynolds. Built to excel on the tarmac and off the beaten track, you'll step up your rolling stock to lighter, stiffer, more durable wheels thanks to its advanced carbon fiber construction. What's better than that' It comes in at a price that isn't too exorbitant. These rims feature a 23mm internal and 32mm external width that allows for wider, all-terrain tires to have a greater footprint improving comfort, rolling resistance, and traction on chip seal and gravel roads. The 40mm deep rims help in the aerodynamics department and improve stiffness so can hit ruts and corner with more confidence than before. Tires are easier to set up tubeless and you'll enjoy the backroads in total confidence. The ATR rims are laced to Reynolds Allroad Disc hubs using 24 steel spokes front and rear for lightweight performance and an excellent ride quality. The freehub engages every 10 degrees for 36 points of engagement letting you get right back on the gas and up to speed after coasting the downhill. Center Lock disc mounting lets you reap the benefits of powerful, all-condition braking and will also work with existing 6-bolt rotors with adapters. The ATRs are built to take a beating and come back begging for more. These wheels come with hub set up for thru-axles front (12 x 100mm and 15 x 100mm) and rear (12 x 142mm). Additional adapters for quick releases are available separately. Reynolds offers a lifetime warranty on this wheelset.
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Reynolds ATR Carbon Disc Wheelset - Tubeless
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