Listing is for a pair of wheels (Front + rear wheels).
Brand - Madspeed7
High end 700c (622×18) road racing bike wheels
Stunning rims (Black sand blasted finish)
Super lightweight - 1710g
Suitable for 700c road bikes with disc brakes
Choice of axle/hub type – QR or Thru Axle
Clincher / Tubeless Ready
Precision hand built wheels
High precision technology, high strength sleeved rims (Much stronger than the cheaper standard pinned rims)
4 dimensional drilling rims (This is what makes these wheels so special. With this 4D tech, it enhances wheels performance and reduces massively the chances of spokes breaking, even at higher tension. Read more about the 4D drilling technology below.)
Presta valve holes
Premium quality Taiwan NBK sealed bearings hubs, front hub 2 sealed bearings, rear hub 4 sealed bearings
8/9/10/11 speed compatible rear hub (Spacer included for use with 8/9/10 speed cassettes)
Spare spokes included
Classic 6 pawls 72 clicks system (better engagement rate & more immediate power transfer)
28x stainless steel high grade spokes front & rear with silver brass nipples
6-bolt disc brake mount
Will take tyres from 700x23c to 700x40c
Please note QR stands for standard quick release axles. For thru axle wheels, the 12mm maxles are not supplied. For the QR wheels, standard QR skewers will be supplied. If you are unsure of anything on this listing, please contact us and we will respond promptly.
WHY 4D drilling technology?
With standard wheels, the traditional drilling holes are vertical angle holes, the assembly holes and spokes holes are completely perpendicular to the rim center point. This process is more convenient for machining and proofreading, with high production efficiency. But when assembly the wheel group, the disadvantage is coming. Because the flange hole and spokes holes always have a 5 degrees angles in both longitudinal and radial directions, so the connection between spoke and spoke cap will always have a bend and can never be in a straight line. If the tension is a little high, the spokes has a higher chance of breaking when riding.
With the 4D technology drilling, the drilling angle is slightly inclined. According to the pulling angle of each spoke, it is in the longitudinal and radial direction, each offset is about 5 degrees, so that it is in line with the angle of the flange to ensure the nipples and spokes to form a straight line as much as possible, thus fundamentally solving the problem with spokes angle which massively reduces the chance of spokes breaking.