American Classic Terrain Wheelset

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TheTerrain makes a greatTraining wheel as well as racing wheel. Featuring a 26mm wide rim for increased stiffness as well as larger hub bearings for increased durability, This wheelset is aTop choice for larger athletes who don't wantTo compromise speed, fast spin up and nimble handling in orderTo get a durable wheel. RIMS:TerrainTubeless Aluminum Disc Rims 26"SPOKES: AC 14 /15 Gauge Spokes Black, AC Brass Nipples Silver 32h 3-Cross Front and RearWEIGHT: Front 839gr, Rear 943gr, Pair 1782grHUB

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