Stans NoTubes ZTR Olympic 347 Wheelset

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MSRP : $445.00

Product Description

  • 3 pawl, 24 point engagement system
  • Quick release skewers
  • Stainless steel cartridge bearings
  • Forged one-piece hub shell
  • Thru axle front hub

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ZTR Olympic 347 Disc Rim w/ AC Hubs or ?! Chime In - 185lb Rider

Hey There! I wanted to run this custom wheelset I'm going to have built up for me. I'm 6'3", 185-190lbs and most of my riding (99%) is XC racing here in Northern California (Bay Area/Sacramento). Currently, I have a aluminum HT, I do my racing on which has Mavic XM819 on Hope Pro II Hubs laced w ... Read More »

Mavic 819 vs Notubes ZTR Olympic 347

I am about to build a new wheelset around Hadley hubs. I've come down to either Mavic 819s or ZTR Olympic 347s. I weigh 135, no more than 150 geared up. What do you recommend and why? What are you experiences with each. I would consider my riding style as All Mountain. Thanks for all your he ... Read More »

Stan's ZTR Olympic 347 vs 360 - how do I know?

Just picked my ZTR Olympic wheelset from the my LBS, but I am wondering how do I know if they are the Olympic 347 (which I asked for) or the heavier ones? The stickers on the rim (the newest generation of stickers they are making) just say "ZTR Olympic". There is no unique code anywhere on the ... Read More »

Stans ZTR 347 Olympic Disc

Hi Next year, me and a friend are going to TransAlp. It’s our first time, so we are both very exited. We both want to make our bikes as light as possible, to save energy, and we would like to hear if anybody in this forum have experience with riding TransAlp with wheels from Stan’s. The wheels ... Read More »

Notubes ZTR Olympic Disc 347 wheel build observations (warning: super long)

I recently built up a set of wheels with WTB LaserDisc Lite hubs, Olympic Disc ZTR 347 rims, and DT Super Comp spokes with alloy nipples. I was going to wait until I got a few rides in before writing a review, but it's started to rain in Colorado so here's some thoughts on the rims while the build ... Read More »

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