The description of the carbon rim BMX 406 tubeless ready.
The carbon rim BMX 406 BT30W30 internal width is 30mm width and 30mm depth. The internal width is 23mm which can support 23C-50C tires. The 20inch carbon rim is stiffness and more responsible, together with the least rotating weight. And this has allowed you to accelerate faster and maintain power for longer. Besides the carbon BMX rim is the all-round rim that can make you a track legend or track owner. In addition, the rim will enhance control through a low rotational weight and a large, stable contact surface.
The features of the 406 20inch carbon BMX rim.
- The 406 carbon BMX rim is super lightweight. It has constructed with Toray T700 & T800 full carbon fiber. And the structure has minimized the rotational weight. Knowing more of the carbon rim production process, please click here.
- The spokes angles has customized according to the geometric angle. The custom carbon rim makes the rim more strength and durability.
- Wider design has given the tire slightly more volume. Which means you can run less air pressure for a better riding while still maintaining rolling speed.
- The BMX carbon rim is clincher tubeless ready with R-angle rounded edge design. This is easier for tire installation and great support in hard corners for softer edges, greater surface area and better sealing.
- Low profile design for optimum stiffness and damping. It has reduced buffeting effects of crosswinds on outdoor tracks. Then you can stop being afraid of crosswinds on the track.
- The carbon fiber rim warranty is 2-3 years. But not include the normal wear and tear.
What is the difference between carbon rims and aluminium rims?
Carbon fiber is a very light, stiff and strong material. Carbon fiber rims are generally lighter and stiffer than comparable aluminum rims. This makes carbon fiber a popular choice for high-performance wheels. Many competitive riders and racers choose carbon fiber. Because the weight and stiffness has greatly improved the bicycle acceleration and handling. Carbon fiber wheels can also be made into more high-tech aerodynamic shapes for riders looking for an edge in road, triathlon and time trial.
The most notable disadvantage of carbon fiber rim is cost. Carbon wheels are generally much more expensive than comparable aluminum wheels. Premium aluminum wheels and entry-level carbon fiber wheels are usually about the same price.
Some riders also prefer aluminum rims, as they are known to be more durable and stronger. Hard direct hits can crack carbon wheels, while aluminum wheels can dent. If the wheel is damaged beyond repair, it is less expensive to replace an aluminum wheel.
Racers might train and ride with cheaper aluminum wheels, and save carbon fiber wheel for major events.