Vuelta Carbon Pro Wheelset

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Weight : 760 grams


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Product Description

  • Rims: Vuelta Carbon Fiber 25mm Profile
  • Front Hub: Shimano M495 Deore
  • Cassette Body: Shimano
  • Spokes: Alpina Alloy CNC
  • Tires: Michelin X Comp

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