Brand: ICAN

Product Code: WH-55C-20/24-UDM-25-DT240s-SAP-AERO-SL

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To go fast, you need good wheels. To go even faster, you need simply great wheels. We designed our Aero range to be just those wheels. Our 55mm deep wheels with your choice of DT Swiss hubs will be wheels that will take you to new heights, and your previous performance goals will all be surpassed.

Our Aero range of wheels are based on our Fast and Light series, but we made them even lighter. To get these deep section wheels as light as possible, we had to use a mix of Toray T700 and T800 carbon fiber. The mixing of the two carbon fiber cloths allowed us to create wheels that are impressively stiff, strong, and around 100g per wheelset lighter than our FL wheels.

Our Aero rim is, as you would imagine, very aero. It has the modern wide blunt aero shape that you’ll find on all high-end wheels, and we’ve also made sure that it is tubeless ready.

It was then only natural to take these high-quality rims and partner them with some high-quality hubs. We offer you a choice of either the DT Swiss 240S or 350S hubs with our wheelset. Both hubs feature the world renown DT Swiss quality. You’ll find both their Star Ratchet system and their tool free serving ability regardless of the hub you pick. The difference is the 240S is lighter, and the 350S is more affordable.

Lacing your choice of DT Swiss hubs to our carbon fiber rim, you’ll find a set of Sapim CX-Ray spokes. Sapim CX-Ray spoke are some of the lightest and strongest spokes available, and they are also aero in profile, the perfect match for carbon fiber rim.

 

Features

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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Specification

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

 Finish: UD Matt
 Drills: 20/24 Holes
 Width: External: 25mm

         Internal: 18.35mm

Depth  55mm
Profile  Clincher Tubeless Ready
Hub  DT240S/DT350S
Spoke  Sapim CX-Ray Spokes
Spoke Count  Front: 20   Rear: 24
Spoke Pattern  Front: Radial
 Rear: 2-cross 
Nipple  Alloy  Color: Black
Cassette Compatibility  Shimano 10/11speeds
Wheelset Weight

 Total: 1523+-20g  (DT350S)

 Front: 675+-10g  Rear: 848+-10g

Brake Surface  3K Twill
Recommended Tyre Size  700 x 25-45mm
Rider Weight Limit  254lbs/110kg
Guarantee  2 years
Free

1 set of skewer  

Carbon brakes pads

Packing Size 81.5cm x 17cm x 65.5cm

 

Recommended Tire Pressure

  STANDARD CLINCHER TIRE WITH INNER TUBE TUBELESS TIRES
≤ 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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