American Classic Argent Tubeless
Black anodized aluminium
Inner width: 19.4mm
EXTRALITE CYBERFRONT SP (Straight-Pull) front hub 48g / CYBERREAR SP-T (Straight-Pull Triplet) rear hub 132g
Material: special 7075TX
Bearings: 2RS ABEC5 cartridges
Micro-Tuner: stable and accurate bearing preload system
Finishing: black anodized body, "hart coat" axle-ends
Body construction: 3D multiaxial machining all in 1 stage
Freewheel: Hyper engineered 2pawls OR-Drive
Rear hub features new 4-bearing design for long lasting performance and new oversized titanium ratchet wheel with a precise 32T pawl engaging system.
Compatibility: Shimano/Sram 10/11s, Campagnolo 11/12s, Sram XDR Road 12s
Graphics: laser etched
CyberFront SP features the widest possible spoke camber to offer higher lateral stiffness.
Micro-tuner allows an easy and quick bearing preload adjustment, no-tools required!
Flanges receive our new special treatments (military standard) to handle the stress of radial lacing.
To minimize torsional static forces flanges self-align under spoke lacing tension.
Spoke tension of the non-drive side is 90% of drive side, this allows the drive side spoke tension to be lower and the wheel to be built more like a front wheel.
Non-drive side flange has a carbon fibre reinforcement to support higher radial tensions.
As every Extralite products CyberHubs exceed UNI/DIN Safety standards. Safety tests simulate a very strong 90kg (200lb) rider output.
Weight: 48g + 132g
ALPINA BLADE HYPERLITE offer a significant weight saving with no loss of resistance, stiffness of the wheel and durability of the spokes
Made in Italy by Alpina
Made with AISI 302 stainless steel through cold forging process.
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.