DRC KF 725 DISC ASYMMETRIC
Very light, very strong, very classy.
Asymmetric design that remarkably reduces the tension differences between the wheel's right and left side spokes, with great increase in stability and lateral stiffness.
Black anodized aluminium
Internal width: 17mm
Suggested rider weight limit: 90kg
DT SWISS 350 SP (Straight Pull)
Difficult internal structure and sophisitcated milling-jobs on the outside structure were necessary to finalize these hubs. The hub-body is oversized and at the same time very light. The spoke holes are drilled with 3D angles in order to give the spokes a direction for 3.5 X lacing. We offer various conversion-kits to make the hubs compatible to fit to all major standards.
The hub body is made from forged 7075 T6 material - just a few manufacturers forge the hubshells with this material in order to get the maximum strengh out of the hubshell.
All other hub parts, such as the axles, the freewheel body and the sidecaps are made from 7075 T6 material as well.
The front and the rear axle have a diameter of 17mm at the bearing seats. Weight reductions were realized by removing axle material on the outside structure where it is not needed.
Another feature of our hubs are the anodized axles, which prevent from oxidation and corrosion.
The freewheelbody has 3 pawls, the gear-ring has 24 teeth.
Compatibily: Campagnolo 11/12v; Shimano/Sram 10/11v; Sram XDR Road 12v
Made in ergal 7075
Center Lock rotor fixing
Weight: 137g + 271g
ALPINA BLADE SUPERLITE
Made in Italy by Alpina
Made with AISI 302 stainless steel through cold forging process.
Section: 2.0-0.9/2.2-2.0mm (bladed section is 0.9 x 2.2mm)
ALPINA BLADE HYPERLITE offer a significant weight saving with no loss of resistance, stiffness of the wheel and durability of the spokes
Section: 2.0-0.9/1.6-2.0mm (bladed section is 0.9 x 1.6mm)
Every wheelset is supplied with 3 spare spokes/nipples
Nipples: Pillar DSN ergal acid green, black, blue, gold, green or red
Not supplied with quick releases
Our wheels are built by hand in house by highly specialized personnel.
The Bikeonline staff uses the best professional tools on the market into each step of the wheelbuilding process. The P&K Lie truing stand is one example, it allows us to check perfect truing through precise decimal comparators (0.1 millimeters accuracy).
We build most of the tools we use, to fit the level of our builds, which require a high accuracy.
The use of different tensiometers as Park Tool, Pillar and DT Swiss allows us to reach the correct tensions of every spokes.
Each wheel is pre-stressed by hand to ensure that nothing has been settling during the early stages of use and that the spoke tension remains constant for a long time even under very high loads.