The description of the 35mm carbon gravel rim 700C.
The 35mm carbon gravel rim 700C internal width is 24mm, outer width is 30mm. The large inner diameter has provided a stable profile for even the widest gravel tires. Thanks to the mid-depth version, the 35mm carbon rim is deep enough to provide aerodynamic help when traversing alone. But not so deep that it becomes difficult to control in crosswinds.
The RH35W30mm carbon rim is hookless tubeless compatible. And the carbon gravel 35mm rim is the best one for long-distance gravel racing or riding. Whether you’re traveling through the Midwest or on a month-long backpacking trip, the WR35 could be your perfect companion.
The features of the RH35W30 carbon rim.
- The carbon rims 700C has used lighter material full carbon fiber Toray T700 & T800. This combination can greatly improved the rim strength. If you want to know more of the carbon rim production process, please click here.
- The rim profile has specially designed with aerodynamic gain and drag reduction in mind.
- The rims are our tubeless ready rim bed profiles with shoulders that kick up tothe tubeless steps to help create a good rim seal for first setup and easy sealing of the tubeless. Once in place, the hookless profile also locks the beads more securely in place. This is especially important when driving off-road with lower pressures.
- The 2.8mm spoke offset helps balance the tension between the drive and non-drive spokes for better balance and a stronger wheel.
- The spokes have customized according to the hub geometric. And the angled spoke holes allow the spokes to pull directly onto the spokes to reduce stress. Thereby reducing spoke and spoke breakage.
The material of the carbon gravel rim.
The age-old question of carbon vs alloy rims rages in the gravel world, just as it does on mountain bikes or on the road. In the lab, carbon wheels are more stiffer than alloy rims. However, the problem is that they don’t bend, dent, or bend in the real world; instead, they just break. When riding gravel, your wheels may bottom out a lot and the projectiles fired by your riding partner tires will hit the rocks.
Since carbon fiber wheels are generally designed to be stiffer, they can also have poor ride quality, especially on rough roads. That being said, the energy transfer from a set of premium carbon wheels is a feeling that alloys can’t quite match when you’re pedaling, leaning into corners or over obstacles.