Product DescriptionWith multiple World Cup and World Championship victories already in the books, improving the legendary Flow wasn't easy. The Flow EX is lower, wider, and meaner, offering a lower profile sidewall and redesigned Bead Socket Technology for ma...
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Found 32H rims for a good price but as a super-clyde I may be better off with 36H. Anyone know of some decent prices on them? $95 a pop is best I've seen so far after a short search.Read More »
Considering these wheels as an upgrade to the standard Giant P-XC wheels on my new bike. Done a bit of searching but can't find alot of info just a few people that have said they are bullet proof. Has anyone got these? What are they like? What are the hubs like? It'll be 15mm axle on the front and ... Read More »
Which would you go with? I want a new "big boy" wheel set, and these two rims are what I'll choose from. For reference, I'm 6'1.5", stout build, and weigh around 250 pounds all decked out in riding gear. I ride a hardtail 29er. All of my riding is tame-to-fairly-tame XC and/or light trail. No j ... Read More »
Hi guys! I'm thinking about the posibility of building my next Mojo HD (yes, I have said it correctly, Mojo HD, not HDR), step by step. About the wheelset choice, I have considered two options: Crank Brothers Iodine 3 or ZTR Flow EX. What do you prefer? Relative to Iodine, I've heard about ... Read More »
I will be upgrading to some new Stan's ZTR rims soon I was thinking the new Arch EX 29'' rims, but I will be running tires anywhere from the 2.1 to maybe 2.4 depending on the season. The new Arch EX is 24.6 mm wide and the flow is 28 mm so my question is wouldn't the Flow be the better option ... Read More »