• Mullet Bike Carbon Wheels Pros & Cons
    Mullet Bike Carbon Wheels Pros & Cons May 15, 2022
    What is a mullet bike? Mullet bike refers to those bikes use different size of wheels for front and rear wheels. The most common combination is a 29er wheel at the front and a 27.5er(650b) wheel at the back. What’s the pros of mullet bike? The larger diameter 29er wheel at the front provides faster rolling speed, easier obstacle roll-over, as well as more grip from larger contact patch. The bigger...
  • Drain hole -Why is there a hole in new carbon rim?
    Drain hole -Why is there a hole in new carbon rim? Apr 15, 2022
    “Who cares, tiny holes are there and they serve a purpose!” That’s true. Even though, does it really necessary to have water drain hole on the side of carbon bike rims? Even as tight as the spokes you can, the water can still get inside through spoke holes as well as valve hole. After bike cleaning, riding in rain, or crossing flooded terrain, the water greatly possibly goes into rims,&n...
  • 29er And 650b Gravel Bike Carbon Rims
    29er And 650b Gravel Bike Carbon Rims Apr 10, 2022
    Gravel bike has been more and more popular during the past several years. It is the middle ground between regular road bikes and XC mountain bikes. Compared to regular road bikes, gravel bikes enable riders to have more upright riding postures for better comfort and control during off-road riding. Compared to mountain bikes which typically come with flat handlebars, drop bars for gravel bikes prov...
  • Ideal Carbon Rims For E-MTB Wheels
    Ideal Carbon Rims For E-MTB Wheels Aug 18, 2021
    E-Mountain bikes are getting increasing popular during recent years. With motor and battery added, e-bikes are always heavier than regular bikes. Supported by extra e-powers, more riders tend to ride more aggressively (further, higher and faster). All these features of e-bikes add significant workload on the wheels, especially carbon wheels for E-MTB. To make sure our carbon rims strong, stiff and...
  • Which Freehub Should I Choose For My Cassette?
    Which Freehub Should I Choose For My Cassette? Jul 23, 2021
    As technology advances, we have witnessed the evolution of bikes from 8/9/10 speed, to 11 and 12 speed. Nowadays, 11 and 12 speed are the mainstream for carbon road wheels and carbon MTB wheels. During this process, the freehub body of hubs have also evolved so as to match new cassette or free wheel. Thus, the compatibility of freehub and cassette is becoming more and more complicated. In this blo...
  • Do you need ceramic bearings in carbon gravel wheels?
    Do you need ceramic bearings in carbon gravel wheels? Jul 07, 2021
    For many riders, the first concerns might be to improve aerodynamics or reduce weight on carbon bike wheels, while friction is usually an overlooked factor. Currently most of bike hubs are with regular bearings made from stainless steel, while our ProX 98DB disc hubs are equipped with ceramic bearings. The greatest advantage of ceramic bearings is lower rolling resistance. Because ceramic bearings...
  • Which Depth Of Road Bike Rim To Choose?
    Which Depth Of Road Bike Rim To Choose? Jun 29, 2021
    Which depth of road bike rim should I choose? This is a frequently asked question by new buyers. Generally, rim depth is a trade-off between weight and speed. - Shallow Rims (22-39mm) are lighter, easier for climbing and handling. - Middle Rims (40-59mm) are relatively all-round, not too heavy for climbing, while still fast on flat road. - Deep Rims (60mm+) are heavier, laboursome for climbing, bu...
  • Carbon Road Wheels Disc Brake VS Rim Brake
    Carbon Road Wheels Disc Brake VS Rim Brake Jun 07, 2021
    Since disc brake bikes are allowed to be used in UCI racing, disc brake has been the mainstream in the market. Some riders may doubt, should I go for disc brake or stick with rim brake? To answer this question, let’s compare the advantage and disadvantage between rim brake and disc brake carbon wheel. Generally, the main difference between disc brake and rim brake is where the force is applied. In...
  • Bead Hook VS Hookless Rims
    Bead Hook VS Hookless Rims Jul 02, 2020
    Hookless rims have been the mainstream in MTB rims for several years. With the fast increasing demand for gravel bikes, the gravel rims and disc brake road rims are becoming wider and wider. Some people are considering if they should go for hookless for gravel rims. Most traditional road rims are designed with hooked bead. The main function of "hook" is that it helps to hold tire on the rim in ext...

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