Hookless carbon 650B mtb 35mm wide AM 27.5 rims tubeless compatible

carbon 650b rims
650b wheel
650b-carbon rims
650b-wheels
mountain-bike-650b
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Unit Price: $175.00
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Use

AM & DH bike rim

Size

650B

Material

full carbon Toray T700

Type

clincher

Weight

400g+/-15

Tubeless

ready

Spoke Hole

16H to 36H

Internal hole

customized

ERD

550mm

Inner width

30mm

Outer width

35mm

Depth

25.5mm

Max weight limit

130kg

Max spoke tension

180kgf

Max tyre pressure

70psi

Cycling tyre pressure

40psi(recommend MAX)

Finish

matte/glossy

Decal

customized

Weave

UD/3K/12K

Warranty

1 Year

Standard

En Standard


For new 27.5 mtb rim without bead hook, It is specially designed for customers who likes to ride with wide wheelset for better corner control & fast speed.



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 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.
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.
From France

Nicolas : Hi, Picture of my bike, my rims are great and thank you to make these great

From Canada

Jeremy : Just wanted to let you and the rest of Light Bicycle team know that I am st

From USA

Dylan : 2015 Santa Cruz 5010 C with new LB 650b rims laced onto Hope 4s. Los Angele

From USA

Matt : My new YT Capra with my two year old LB 35mm carbon wheels and new decals s

From New Zealand

Richard : They have improved my riding over night! so much traction. thanks for a gr

From Singapore

Erwin : Have been using the rims for 8 months.

5.0 stars -based on 78 reviews

2016-12-18

Jimmy :

Hello, Can you please tell me the spoke length for this rim using DT Swiss 240s hubs, 12x148 rear and 15x110 front, the wheels will be laced 3 cross using J bend DT Swiss Revolution spokes. I previously submitted my question but failed to give the hub size. Thank You.

2016-12-20

LightBicycle :

Hello Jimmy, Thanks for your inquiry. RM650BC05 (35mm width): 400 /-15g, $175/pcs UD matte 32H rims are in stock and will ship within 2 business days. Due to the complexity and variations with calculating spoke lengths, we cannot guarantee the spokes will be the perfect length for your wheels. For this reason it is best to confirm the spokes length with your own builders. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-11-25

Lincoln :

Question...I have used DT Swiss 240s hubs from old wheels here. If I send them to you can you build the wheels using my hubs? Thank you, Lincoln

2016-11-26

LightBicycle :

Hello Lincoln, Thanks for your inquiry. It’s ok to send us hubs and build the wheelset for you. We can offer our address once you are ready to ship hubs to us. Please find our quotations as below. All pricing in USD. -Rim (RM650BC05): 400 /-15g, $175/pcs -Spoke (DT competition race): $1.67/pcs including nipple -Spoke (Sapim cx-ray): $2.7/pcs including nipple -Building cost: $25 -Delivery cost: $78 for one wheelset to USA Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-11-12

frustrated :

I'm looking for a hub..and spoke length for a rim laying around. Rim= IBIS 728 symmetrical rear rim. 5mm offset 32hole for a 27.5 rim info. outer width=38 inner width=34 rim weight 502 32 hole tubeless rim section height 19.5 spoke offset 5 mm cross 3 ERD= 559.4 prev. hub 240s 28 hole center lock. obviously wont work bike has a 1x11 thru axle, center lock sytem on it... frame is not boost campatible ibis builds a whole wheel using industry nine hubs on this same rim.. but won't sell individual hub/ spokes for me to build wheel.. brain farting... if I had the dimensions for the hub they are using, I could possibly buy direct from indurstry nine .... any other alternative hubs and spoke lengths to suggest

2016-11-12

LightBicycle :

Hello Frustrated, Thanks for your inquiry. We haven't built our rims with Industry 9 hubs, so cannot confirm the correct spoke length for your wheels. And we don't sell similar hubs as Industry 9 hubs, so cannot confirm the hub info. I am sorry about that. Or you can order the wheels from us. We can build the wheels with Hope/ DTSwiss hubs to compatible with your bike. Does that work for you? Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-11-08

neil :

I now have a couple hundred miles on the C05 (30mm internal width) rims. I'm roughly 85kg, riding a Canyon Strive in the Rocky Mountains. Lots of steep, rocky terrain. I'm a fairly aggressive rider, but have not historically been a rim killer. I cam off of a pair of Derby carbon rims (35mm internal width) on another bike. The rims were packed well and made well, with even spoke tension and good attention to detail. I gotta say I was pretty skeptical that a pair of rims this light and this reasonable in terms of cost could be made stiff and sturdy, but they've performed amazingly well. I've had more than a few missed landings and square edged hits that were enough to test the fortitude of the rims and they came out the other end unscathed. I think if you're a heavier rider or you go through rims easily you might want to step up to one of the beefier models, but don't let the price of these carbon rims fool you. They're well-made and worth the investment.

2016-11-10

LightBicycle :

Hello Neil, Thanks for your support. Recently, we also have wider 38mm and 40mm asymmetric rims which are much stronger and ideal for large and aggressive riders. Both rims with the heavier version and have extra layers for increased stiffness and sidewall reinforcement. Any question please feel free to contact us, will do the best support. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-09-01

ryan :

I have a set of DT swiss 240 hubs, the 142mm version. I'd like to buy these rims in the 650b for my Santa Cruz Bronson. I weigh 220 lbs and ride enduro mainly, rather aggressive. I want a durable rim with good stability. What would you recommend, the 35mm or 38mm??

2016-09-02

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Ryan, Thanks for your inquiry. According to your info, we’d like to recommend the 38mm wide 650B rim. It is much wider and stronger, and durable enough for aggressive riding. Also, if you ride quite aggressively, then go with the HD version. The HD version has extra layers for increased stiffness and sidewall reinforcement. Ideal for large and aggressive riders. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-06-25

aitor :

Hello! I thought about buying these rims but not if it will be enough durable. I ride aggressive enduro and bikepark in the summer, they will be mounted in a yt capra. what do you think guys?? Have i to choose heavy duty rims or oder rim??

2016-06-30

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Aitor, Sorry for the late reply. We were on the vacation in last 4 days, so can not reply you in time. According to you info, we’d like to recommend the 35mm width HD version. The HD version has extra layers for increased stiffness and sidewall reinforcement. Ideal for large and aggressive riders. If you are a large rider, then go with the 38mm width rim. It is much wider and deeper so the lateral and vertical stiffness are increased. And it is the strongest rim we have here. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-03-11

James :

Awesome rims! Bought a set 5 months ago, built a wheelset with DT Revolution spokes, and I9 hubs and have had no issues and the wheels are still as true and solid as when they were built. Have put about 150 miles of AM riding on them so far. I went all out with custom graphics and LB did an excellent job of applying the decals and they look great. Will be buying LB rims again for sure.

2016-03-12

Light-Bicycle :

Hello James, We are so happy you are enjoying your new rims. It would be great to see a picture of them on your bike! Thank you for your continued support. Happy Trails! Lightbicycle

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2016-03-03

Juan :

Dear Sir, I am planning to buy a set of rim to use it with my (DT 275 Spline M1700) hubs, 28 spokes straight pull / rear boost hub. 1. I have seen two options rims (normal - asymmetrical), is it possible to use asymmetrical with these hubs? 2. Which type of spokes I need to buy for this hubs in order to use it with the asymmetrical or the normal? 3. How much the shipping will cost to Santiago, Chile? i. for one pair of 27.5 rims ii. one pair of 27.5 and another pair of 29 rims. Regards, Juan.

2016-03-04

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Juan, Thanks for your inquiry. RM650BC05 (35mm width symmetrical): 400 /-125g, $175/pcs RM650BC17 (34mm width asymmetrical): 410g /-15, $259/pcs -Sure. Both of our rims can work well with your hubs. -Normally, we use DT competition round/ Sapim cx-ray/ Pillar x-tra 1420 aero spokes. You can have a try. -Shipping with DHL for two rims is $140, and it is $194 for 4pcs rims to Chile. All pricing in USD. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-02-17

Mike :

Hi, what size spoke would I need to lace these up with ethiteen trs rear hubs? Could you supply a rim/spoke/nipple combo? Thanks Mike

2016-02-18

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Mike, Thanks for your inquiry. For the hubs you use, we haven’t seen before. The hubs we use here is Novatec/ Hope/ DT Swiss hubs, so we can not make sure the correct spokes length with your hubs. Also for different spoke pattern & different builder, it will make the spoke length different. If you built the wheelset, maybe the spoke length can not work. So, it will be a problem if we ship incorrect spoke length to you. If the spoke length is wrong, how we can solve it? It costs a lot to ship the spokes back to us or we ship new spoke length to you. Hope you can understand us. You can try to use below link & attached picture to get correct spoke length. http://www.prowheelbuilder.com/spokelengthcalculator/ You have to fill in rim ERD (551mm for 650BC05), choose the hubs and spoke pattern. Then you can get correct spoke length. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-01-20

Matthew :

Hi, any update on that asymmetrical rim. Can't find it on the homepage yet.

2016-01-22

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Matthew, Thanks for your inquiry. The new asymmetrical rim will be available on our website in this week. UD Matte rims are in stock and will ship within 2 business days. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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