No.9 Carbon Tubeless 700c Road Rim by Whisky Parts Co.
Whisky Parts Co. had one goal in mind when designing their No. 9 Carbon Tubeless 700c Road Rim, and that was to create a lightweight, stable platform to build exquisite wheels on. Pairing stout carbon construction with a clean design and aesthetics, the No. 9 rims not only ride well, but they look good too. The 19. 5mm internal width pairs well with a broad range of tires from 25 to 45mm in width, and features a hooked bead that lets you choose between a tubeless or tubed setup. Whether you favor endless stretches of tarmac or rolling gravel roads, brevets or cyclocross sprints, these disc brake-specific rims offer leading edge performance, on or off-road. The No. 9 carbon rims are available in two different depths, but otherwise share the same measurements. The 30d rims are a great lightweight all-rounder that love sprinting and climbing, and would be equally at home on your road, gravel, or cross bike. The 50d rims have a deeper profile that offers an aerodynamic advantage, as well as a stiffer, more robust platform than the 30d rims. They're ideal for long days in the saddle, cutting through the wind so you can shave seconds off the clock.
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