Hand-built All Mountain Cross country carbon 29er MTB wheelset 30mm wide tubeless compatible

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Use

mountain bike wheels

Size

29er

Material

full carbon Toray T700

Type

clincher

Weight

1532g+/-25 (with DT 240S hubs)

Tubeless

compatible

Spoke Hole

28H or 32H

Hub(recommend)

DT Swiss 240S hubs

Spoke

Sapim CX-RAY

Nipples

Sapim Polyax secure lock

Inner width

24mm

Outer width

30mm

Depth

25mm

Max weight limit

120kg

Max tyre pressure

40psi

Finish

matte/glossy

Warranty

1 Year

Standard

En Standard


Learn more about the detail about hubs ( MTB hub and road hub ).

Please contact us if you need other hubs, spokes and graphic design for products.We can make according to customers requirement.



Our air bladders are made from a special material which produces smoother walls, result in a lighter rim, and are completely removed without harsh chemicals. They are removed through the valve hole with a unique process so that the rim does not have to be patched like traditional manufacturers use. This significantly improves the strength of the rims. Read More about our process here
Each wheelset is painstakingly built by hand to tension within 5% variance. Each spoke's tension rating is recorded in our system, as is the roundness and lateral tolerance.
Each rim carries its own layup schedule documents which are followed meticulously by the layup workers. Our Engineering team creates a unique fiber orientation which amplifies the desired riding characteristics for a given rim.
Angled spoke holes allows the nipple to pull straight in line with the spoke for reduced stress. This results in fewer broken spokes and nipples.
U-shape profile spreads the force of impacts and creates a more robust product.
The small ridges on either side of the drop channel help secure tubeless tires in place. The bead lock makes it easier to seal up tubeless tires with a floor pump, and they are incredibly hard to burp.
While the rims are optimized for a tubeless setup with the addition of tubeless tape, they also work with tubes.
Carbon fiber flows continuously over the bead area to provide the best impact resistance and a significant strength increase compared to a clincher rim.
Constructed with premium Toray T700 carbon fiber. The best strength to weight ratio with no expense spared.
5.0 stars -based on 78 reviews

2017-04-26

Cam :

Hello, I'm looking to upgrade my wheels off me 2017 Trek Fuel EX 9.8, they are Bontranger Line 30's, looking for something the same width. Would also like a decent Hub with good engagement, but also as light as possible. Would you please have any recommendations? Cheers Cam

2017-04-26

LightBicycle :

Hello Cam, Thanks for your inquiry. According to your info, we’d like to recommend the 30mm wide 29er wheels which are similar to your current wheels. However, may I know what your riding terrain is normally? Do you ride aggressively? What is your weight? Then we will double check if 30mm wide wheels are strong enough for your riding. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2017-01-19

Jacky :

Hi, Any recommendations for wheel upgrade on a YT Jeffsy?

2017-01-20

LightBicycle :

Hello Jacky, Thanks for your inquiry. We have 27mm/ 30mm/ 34mm/ 35mm/ 38mm wide 29er wheels for XC, all mountain or heavy duty riding. What your riding terrain is normally? Do you ride aggressively? What is your weight? Then we will do some recommendations and quote accordingly. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-12-13

Patrick :

Hi LB, Can you email me a quote for this build? - All Mountain Cross country carbon 29er MTB wheelset 30mm wide tubeless compatible (29C19). I ride mostly Single track trails and fairly "ok" downhills. Nothing crazy. But i want something strong and light. I don't feel like I need enduro wheels. I weigh 70kgs. If you have some recommendations I'm open to them as well. Note in my specs below that my FRONT is a Boost Fork. My REAR is 12/142mm standard. Front axle: 15 / 110mm BOOST Rear axle: 12/142mm (NON-Boost) Freehub body: Shimano MTB 10/11S Brake system: 6-bolt Front holes: 32H Rear holes: 32H Spoke head: J-bend Hub Color: Orange Hub Brand: Hope Hub Model: Pro 4 44T Spoke: Sapim CX Ray Nipple: Brass Black Finish: matte Weave: UD Decal: Black Valve Stem: Add Valve Stem Tubeless Tape: None

2016-12-13

LightBicycle :

Hello Patrick, Thanks for your inquiry. The 30mm wide 29er wheelset price as required (with Hope pro4 front boost/ rear 12*142mm standard hub and Sapim cx-ray spokes) is $887/pair. The valve stem is $7 each. The delivery cost is $78 for one wheelset to USA by EMS. All pricing in USD. The 30mm width is design for gentle all mountain riding. If you take downhill riding also, it will be great to choose the wider 34mm/ 35mm/ 38mm width wheels. They are much stronger and durable enough for aggressive riding also. What do you think of this? Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-11-14

Chris :

I want to put 3.0 inch tires on a 29 rim. I am not a technical mountain bike rider. 1. What is the recommended tire size range to put on this rim? 2. If not this rim, do you have a suggestion for rims for 3.0 inch tires?

2016-11-15

LightBicycle :

Hello Chris, Thanks for your inquiry. The recommend tires width for 30mm width rim are 2.1’’-2.7’’. Our 38mm and 50mm wide 29er rims are able to work with 3.0 inch tires. May I know what your riding terrain is normally? Do you ride aggressively? What is your weight? Then we will do some recommendations and quote accordingly. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-10-26

Mat :

Looking for the lightest possible wheelset with boost hubs and rim inner width of 24 mm. The choice is obviously then the DT240. Would you recommend the 28 spoke version? I ride cross country and weigh approx 85 kg.

2016-10-26

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Mat, Thanks for your inquiry. Normally, we recommend 32H spoke version. More spokes give the rim greater strength and rigidity. According to your details, it will be great go with 32H. It is much stronger. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-10-06

Cris :

I didn't see an option for 28h J-bend DTSwiss 240 Boost hubs on your build options. Is this option available? Thanks. BTW I've been riding and racing (XC) for two seasons on a set of wheels I built with your rims (RM29C19 Front, RMXC923 Rear). They don't need to be trued and are holding up really well. I'm very happy with the rims and have been recommending them.

2016-10-08

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Cris, Thanks for your continued support and happy to hear that you like our rims. Currently, only 28H DT 240S straight pull boost hubs and 32H DT 240S J-bend boost hubs are available, not 28H J-bend boost hubs. Does that work for you? Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-09-27

David :

Hi I'm looking at a set off RM29c19 rims or wheels. whats the lightest weight rims of this model you have in stock please, also if i went for a complete build set what would be the lightest setup hubs, straight pull, j bend/ spokes etc.. you recommend and how long do they take to be built and arrive in the UK please? I had 2 sets of the 34mm external asymmetrical rims earlier this year and they arrived within 7 days great service!

2016-09-28

Light-Bicycle :

Hello David, Thanks for your continued support. The lightest RM29C19 we stocked are 389g and 391g. UD matte 32H RM29C19 are in stock and wheels will ship within 2 business days. EMS delivery takes another 4-7 days to arrive. It will be great if you place the order today, because we will have a 7days holiday from 1st ~ 7th Oct (Chinese National Day). Or we will ship out the wheels when we get back to holiday. The lightest hubs we have here are DT 240S straight pull 28H hubs. However, we don’t have any 28H rim in stock. If you prefer lightest wheels, it will be shipped out around 18th Oct. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-09-23

Josh :

Hi LB, I am looking to upgrade to carbon wheelset for my 29er Trek Superfly 9.6. I am 230lbs and I ride light-medium XC/trail mostly tame terrain with the odd rock garden. What are the ride differences in comparing the 29C19 and AM928 wheelsets? And the differences between UD and 3k weave? Which would you recommend? Lastly, which build of hubs and spokes will give the lightest build for your recomendation? Regards, Josh

2016-09-23

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Josh, Thanks for your inquiry. Both RM29C19 and AM928 rims feature angled spoke holes, a modern u-shaped profile, have a bead lock and work with or without tubes. Both rims also have a low profile hookless bead with a large radius which helps reduce pinch flats, and are suitable for XC or trails riding. Our 34mm asymmetrical rims will have more even spoke tension than our 30mm which results in a more durable wheel build. The low tension spokes will be at higher tension compared to a traditional rim which results in less wheel re-truing. The 34mm are wider and deeper so the lateral and vertical stiffness are increased. According to your details, I think AM928 is more suitable for your riding. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-08-26

Valerio :

Hello, i have a pair of your wheels exactly 29T19. the wheelset are without decal. it's possible to have a decal? how it's possible to choose a decal? thank you

2016-08-27

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Valerio, Thanks for your support. It is okay to buy the stickers on your previous rims. Please find attached picture. Which color do you prefer? Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-08-06

Kfl :

My XC bike has a RS-1 fork, so I'm looking for a wheelset with predictive-steering hub. What are my possibilities? Thank you in advance!

2016-08-08

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Kfl, Thanks for your inquiry. RockShox RS-1 fork that requires a predictive steering front hub. DT Swiss makes a predictive steering front 240 hub. But the hub will be available two months later. Is it too long for you to wait it? Or you can order the rims only and build the wheels at your local. Does that work for you? Thanks, Light-bicycle

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