Stans NoTubes ZTR Crest 650B Wheelset

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $529.95

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Product Description

650b wheelsets have been making news across the mountain world this year. Striking a balance between the rolling efficiency and angle of attack of 29ers and the maneuverability of 26? wheels, 650b is a truly versatile size. Stan's 650b Cr...

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mark a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: July 9, 2014

Strengths:    Strong, light, and affordable

Weaknesses:    Lack of Rubber to put on it.(mostly meaning my favorite tires, but hoping next year people get off their butts and on the wagon, SPECAILly since the company states to be the most innovative MTB company)

Bottom Line:   
Everything you have come to expect from Stan's. Great rolling smooth, and beads seal with the greatest of ease. 10months of use on Giant Trance mostly XC with some jumpin here and there and the wheels are still true. Recommend this wheel over ANY other wheel on the market.

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Favorite Trail:   Fountainhead, and Patapsco

Duration Product Used:   10months

Price Paid:    $550.00

Purchased At:   Bicycle Pro Shop

Similar Products Used:   Mavic Crosstrails

Bike Setup:   XO1 Set up(Started with Shimano XT 2x10, but caved to the peer pressure)
Shimano XT Brakes and Rotors
Fox 32 Talas w/Kashima Coating and remote CTD Lockout
Giant Contact SLR Carbon Seatpost
Giant Contact SLR Trail Carbon Riser Bar
No Tubes Crest(2 sets)
Schwalbe Nobby Nics on One Set
Schwalbe Racing Ralphs on the other

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650b Stans ZTR Crest strength.

I know the Crests are rated for 190lbs. I'm about 180lbs with all my gear on. I like to ride fast, and get a foot of air every once while. Are the Crests strong enough for me? Or should I go Arch's? Thanks!Read More »

Wheelbuilding - ZTR Crest 650b

So i want to re-use my existing 26'' wheelset and "convert" it to 65b by exchanging the DT Swiss 4.2D with a ZTR Crest 650b. Unfortunately my LBS doesn't stock spokes for anything other than 26'' wheels so i need to order some but my wheelbuilding skills are very low ... Using the DT Swiss online ... Read More »

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