Brand: ICAN

Product Code: WH-40C-18/24-R01-SAP-AERO

Availability:In stock

$640.00 640.00


If you want fast wheels for when the road is level, and light wheels for when the road heads upwards. Our, Aero 40 carbon fiber wheelset might be the wheels for your bike. The Aero 40 is a wheelset that is designed to be a great all-around wheelset for the rider that wants to do everything and wants to do it well.

The Aero 40 wheel is based upon the successful rim shape we used on our Fast and Light series. Our engineers had to work hard to improve the rim, and they have managed to lose around 100g per wheelset and improve the brake track.

Our engineers switched the carbon fiber layup from being solely Toray T700 and went to mix of Toray T700 and T800. The new layup allowed us to keep the same tubeless ready, aero rim profile, and the strength and stiffness that our customers loved in the Fast and Light series.

We also increased the heat tolerance on our brake track. We took it from, the already great, 240° of the Fast and Light series to 300° — more than enough to help you stay safe on hot Alpine descents.

We used the ICAN R01 hubset to help lower weight and keep the price of the wheelset affordable. The sealed bearing R01 hubset like the new rim construction helps to lower weight over the Fast and Light series. The front R01 hub has a lower spoke count; it is still just as stiff, and both front and rear hubs are easily serviceable. You’ll have a great performing hub for years to come.

We lace the R01 hubs to the 40mm deep carbon rim, we have used Sapim CX-Ray spokes. Sapim CX-Ray spokes are the choice of most professional wheel builders. They are extremely fatigue resistant, and they are titanium light while being super stiff.



Wide Rim Tech

25mm rim wide creates a better, more stable support, while the shape of the tire and rim together creates regular, stable air flow, in short, more aerodynamics, less attrition. provides an ideal basis for 25/28mm tires, the sizes currently popular.

2-Way Clincher Tubeless. Tubes or No-Tubes

Use either traditional tires with tubes, or tubeless tires without tubes. Tubeless tires can provide lower rolling resistance and better protection from punctures.

Sapim CX-RAY As light as a titanium spoke

The CX-Ray still receives the best results in fatigue testing of any spoke. The CX-Ray aero spoke combines excellent aerodynamics with low weight and great strength. Not only are they more aerodynamic, they also make wheels lighter and stronger. Its unique strength and flexibility make the CX-Ray suitable for most bicycle disciplines. CX-Ray spokes are used by top bike racers and triathletes around the world.

UCI Approved

This wheelset has been certified and approved by the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale), for use in UCI sanctioned road races.

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Type  Carbon Racing Bike Wheelset
Material  Toray T700 & T800
Size  700C

 Finish: UD Matt
 Drills: 18/24 Holes
 Width: External: 25mm

             Internal: 18.35mm

Depth  40mm
Profile  Clincher Tubeless Ready
Hub  R01 Hubs 
Spoke  Sapim CX-Ray Spokes
Spoke Count  Front: 18   Rear: 24
Spoke Tension

Front: 110kgf

 Rear: Drive side: 136kgf

           Non-drive side: 59kgf

Spoke Pattern Front:Radial
 Rear: 2-cross non drive side  
 Radial drive side
Nipple  Alloy  Color: Black
Cassette Compatibility  Shimano 10/11speeds
Wheelset Weight

 Total: 1314+-20g

 Front: 568+-10g  Rear: 746+-10g

Brake Surface  3K Carbon Braking Track
Rider Weight Limit  232lbs/105kg
Guarantee  2 years


Recommended Tire Pressure

≤ 65 KG RIDER 23mm - 95/100 psi
25mm - 90/95 psi
28mm - 85/90 psi
23mm - 90/95 psi
25mm - 85/90 psi
28mm - 80/85 psi
65 - 75 KG RIDER 23mm - 100/105 psi
25mm - 95/100 psi
28mm - 90/95 psi
23mm - 90/95 psi
25mm - 85/90 psi
28mm - 85/90 psi
75 - 85 KG RIDER 23mm - 101/106 psi
25mm - 96/101 psi
28mm - 91/96 psi
23mm - 95/98 psi
25mm - 90/95 psi
28mm - 85/90 psi
85 - 95 KG RIDER 23mm - 104/109 psi
25mm - 99/104 psi
28mm - 94/100 psi
23mm - 95/99 psi
25mm - 90/95 psi
28mm - 88/95 psi
IMPORTANT - Please check, and never exceed, the maximum recommended tire pressures on the side of your tire.
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