Feature: American Classic Wide Lightning and other 2014 Wheels

The Wide Lightning is American Classic's new lightweight tubeless ready mountain bike wheelset with 32mm width rims for both 27.5″ and 29" sizes, that is stiff, strong and tough.   Read More »

The Angry Singlespeeder: This 4th of July, Buy Something American Made

So you want more American made products? Then start buying more American made products.   Read More »

American Classic MTB Tubeless Review

Reviewed by Brian Mullin http://www.gramslightbikes.com/ aka Gram and MTBR.com Pastajet I first saw the new American Classic Tubeless wheelset at Interbike 2009, and was immediately drawn in by the vivid red hubs, and the fact that they were tubeless. After bashing through the snow, rocks, mud a ...    Read More »

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American Classic wheel choices? 29'er....Race VS Tubeless ?

How does one decide between the different wheels such as RACE vs Tubeless? It makes sense to think the AM is the strongest lighter than stock wheel upgrade. The Terrain the least expensive lighter than stock upgrade? What about the "Tubeless" wheels? Is the Tubeless 29'er any stronger than the ... Read More »

Industry 9 front hub vs. American Classic

I am building a wheelset using Light Bicycles wider carbon 29er rims and am debating on the front hub to use. I am using Industry 9 Torch rear hub because I want the 120 POE. I am considering using an American Classic front hub to save both weight and money. Any pros and/or cons? I have had good luc ... Read More »

LB carbon rim or American Classic 101 for 650b race day wheelset build

This could go in the Wheels Forum, but hoping to get some 650b objective input on rims for a raceday wheelset. Currently running Pacenti TL28 32h with some BikeHubStore hubs (weigh about 414g set), db and alloy. Believe they were 430g each. When I purchased these for my 4" FS the intent was an al ... Read More »

Clyde + American Classic Hubs = ?

Any clydes in the 240 lb range running American Classic hubs? I just had a wheel set build up with a pair around Stans Arch EX rims, and I am wondering if I am stupid/insane for trying to ride light weight hubs. I had mutliple techs at the shop assure me that all was well ( a 215 lber claims to ride ... Read More »

American classic 101 review

I've had crests on my 29er. Which I found to have some flex. I just had my flow ex rims replaced with American classic 101 rims. After 2 rides and 50 miles the 101 as if it is just as stiff as the flow ex if not stiffer. They set up tubless super easy and I used the tape that A/C supllies. I'm r ... Read More »

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American Classic Product Categories

Bottom Bracket

CroMo Bottom Bracket 3.29
7   Reviews
$ 129.95
ISIS 0
0   Reviews
$
ISIS Bottom Bracket 2.4
3   Reviews
$ 0.00
Ti Bottom Bracket 3.62
12   Reviews
$ 155.00

Cassette

C-10 Cassette 0
0   Reviews
$ 95.00

Headset

American Classic Headsets 5
1   Reviews
$
Threaded Headset 5
2   Reviews
$ 125.00

Hub

HH-120 Front Suspension Hub 3.67
3   Reviews
$ 109.95
MTB 105 0
0   Reviews
$
MTB 210 3
1   Reviews
$
Single Speed Disc Hub 1
0   Reviews
$
Ultralight Cassette Hub 2.27
15   Reviews
$ 199.99
Ultralight Disc-Brake Hubs 2.98
44   Reviews
$

Seatpost

One-Piece Post 2.6
5   Reviews
$ 69.95
Ti Seatpost 3.38
37   Reviews
$ 129.95
Two-Piece Post 2.83
6   Reviews
$ 44.95

Skewer

New Skewer 3
0   Reviews
$ 12.75
Steel Skewer 1.86
7   Reviews
$ 17.50

Trainer

Rollers 4.14
5   Reviews
$ 269.95

Water Carrier

Bottle Cage 4.5
7   Reviews
$ 39.95

Wheelset

Disc Brake MTB 350 Wheelset 3.25
16   Reviews
$
Disc-Brake Wheelset 3.43
7   Reviews
$
MTB Disc Single Speed 26 0
0   Reviews
$
Mtb Powertap Wheel 0
0   Reviews
$ 1379.00
MTB Single Speed 26 4.33
2   Reviews
$
MTB Single Speed 29 0
0   Reviews
$
Non Disc Brake 350 Wheel 3.75
4   Reviews
$


 


   

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