Santa Cruz Bicycles Reserve 37 27.5 Dt Swiss Boost Wheelset

Santa Cruz Bicycles Reserve 37 27.5 Dt Swiss Boost Wheelset
Santa Cruz Bicycles Reserve 37 27.5 Dt Swiss Boost Wheelset
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Reserve 37 27.5 Dt Swiss Boost Wheelset by Santa Cruz Bicycles
When Santa Cruz decided to enter the carbon wheel game, they set out to make the strongest carbon rim on the market using the years of cumulative carbon expertise under their belts. They then blew people's minds by offering a lifetime warranty on the rim for good measure. The newest addition to their burly Reserve lineup is the Reserve 37 27. 5 Dt Swiss Boost Wheelset, offering a wider 37mm internal width to properly support the higher volume trail and plus-sized tires becoming increasingly popular due to the extra compliance and gobs of traction they provide on loose rocks and blown-out trails. Santa Cruz recommends running tires in the range of 2. 5 to 3. 0-inches in width, so you'll have optimal tire footprint without deforming a wider tire into an overly bulbous shape by squeezing it onto a narrower rim. This particular wheelset enjoys the unrelenting stiffness and strength you've come to expect from Santa Cruz's Reserve line of carbon wheels. Santa Cruz designed them specifically to be some of the strongest carbon hoops on the market through extensive research of critical failure points, going so far as to completely overhaul the impact testing protocol used on traditional carbon rims. Instead of replicating the pothole-like impact test of traditional carbon wheels, Santa Cruz developed their very own testing procedure that simulates one-sided impacts that normally occur when a rider lands on a square, protruding rock after getting airborne or carrying momentum into a rock garden. Once they redesigned the testing protocol to better simulate these square-edge hits, Santa Cruz began to find the leading carbon wheels from many manufacturers not only broke along the expected bead, but they also failed along the spoke nipple interface, due to the increase in spoke tension as the wheel flexed upon impact. To mitigate these breakage issues, Santa Cruz beefed up the rim bead, increasing its thickness by one millimeter along each side for improved resiliency w...

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