Road bicycle rims 28mm wide 46mm deep aero clincher road disc brake available

  • Bead type:
    hookhookless
  • Brake system:
    Non DiscDisc
  • Hole:
    16H18H20H24H28H32H36H
  • Finish:
    glossymatte
  • Weave:
    12K3KUD
  • Decal:
    Noblackbluegreenmagentaorangeredwhiteyellow
  • Valve Stem:
    NoneAdd Valve Stem
  • Brake Pads:
    NoneAdd Brake Pads
Unit Price: $180.00
PCS
Use
road bike/cyclocross
Size
700C
Material
full carbon Toray T700
Type
clincher
Weight
460g+/-15
Tubeless
ready
Spoke Hole
16H to 36H
Internal hole
customized
ERD
548mm
Inner width
21mm
Outer width
28mm
Depth
46mm
Max weight limit
130kg
Max spoke tension
180kgf
Max tyre pressure
160psi
Finish
matte/glossy
Decal
Weave
Warranty
1 Year
Standard
En Standard
The new 28mm width road wide bicycle rim has a deep profile for improved aerodynamic, offering greater stability with wider tyres. Wider rims and tyres will give you better speed, comfort and more secure in corners. They are ideal for disc brake equipped road bikes, cyclocross bike wheels and gravel cycling. It is available for both rim brake version and road disc version, hook and hookless design.
  • Manufacturing process
    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
  • Precise layup
    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.
  • Tubeless ready
    beadlock design making this light weight road rims better tubeless setup and better sealing.
  • Aerodynamic profile
    Improved aerodynamic design for a better crosswind protection.
  • Wider
    Idea for wider tyres, disc brake equipped road bikes, road races, gravel races and cyclocross.
  • Angled Holes
    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.
  • T700
    Constructed with premium Toray T700 carbon fiber. The best strength to weight ratio with no expense spared.
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.
beadlock design making this light weight road rims better tubeless setup and better sealing.
Improved aerodynamic design for a better crosswind protection.
Idea for wider tyres, disc brake equipped road bikes, road races, gravel races and cyclocross.
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.
Constructed with premium Toray T700 carbon fiber. The best strength to weight ratio with no expense spared.
David : (2017-08-30)
Are you planning to make a deeper version (55-65mm) of this wide wheel? If so, when? Also, what cost for these rims, Novatec D411/412 hubs, and either CN 424, Pillar 1420, or CX-Ray spokes in 24/24 2:1 lacing? Thank you.
LightBicycle : (2017-08-30)
Hi David, Thanks for your inquiry! For deeper rims, do you use them for gravel riding? What tire width will you use? Currently, we only have 25mm wide 55mm or 65mm deep rims. Are they too narrow for you? For 2:1 lacing, is it just 2:1 lacing for rear wheel? Or 2:1 lacing for both front & rear wheels? Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Egni : (2017-08-09)
Hi, what would the price be for the following wheelset, and complete weight please: RR46C02, hooked, clincher, 28mm wide/46mm deep, front 24H/rear 24H, no brake surface for disc Hubs: DT240S straightpull DB, front 12/100mm thruaxle, rear 12/142mm thruaxle, Shimano road 11S Spokes: black bladed Sapim cx-ray
LightBicycle : (2017-08-10)
Hi Egni, Hi Egni, Thanks for your inquiry! The wheelset with the following specs is USD1030/pair, 1503 /-25g Rims: RR46C02, hooked, clincher, front 24H/rear 24H, no brake surface for disc Hubs: black DT Swiss 240s, front 12*100mm/rear 12*142mm, straightpull, center lock, Shimano road 11s Spokes: black bladed Sapim cx-ray Nipples: black alloy Decals: do you need the rims without decals or with our company graphic? Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Jefferson : (2017-08-08)
85 kg rider How many spokes for front and rear? Do you got 28mm wide rims on a 60mm deep? Thanks
LightBicycle : (2017-08-09)
Hi Jeff, i Fernando, Thanks for your massage! Sorry, we have only 28mm wide, 36mm deep and 46mm deep currently. For 85kg, we will recommend front 24H/rear 28H to your disc wheelset. Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Tom : (2017-07-30)
Hi guys, I'm looking to replace the rims on a Roval CL60 wheelset with some of your new 28mm wide non-disc hooked tubeless rims. The hubs are 16h front and 21h rear laced 2:1. Is it possible to order a custom rim in 21h either centre drilled or 2:1 offset drilled? External nipples and gloss UD finished preferred. Thanks, Tom
LightBicycle : (2017-07-31)
Hi Tom, Thanks for your inquiry! It is okay to manufacture 21H rim with 2:1 spoke pattern drilling in the centered line as attached picture. Do you want spoke holes drilled evenly or not(please find attached pictures for your reference)? And which spoke drilling method do you like(please find attached pictures for your reference)? You can use rim tape, sealant and tubeless tire. Then the rims will ride tubeless perfectly. Please check our quotation as below. RR46C02 rim: clincher, hooked, 28mm wide/46mm deep, UD glossy, front 16H/rear 21H (2:1 drilling), external nipples, with brake surface, USD188 each Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Colin : (2017-07-30)
Hi, Would you be able to build a set of these rims into novatech 771/772 qr disc hubs, 24 spoke using sapim cxray spokes, 24 spokes front and rear? And how much would it cost? Thanks
LightBicycle : (2017-07-31)
Hi Colin, Thanks for your inquiry! Currntly, Novatec D771/D772 QR hubs have been upgraded into Novatec D791/D792 QR hubs as attached picture. Is it okay for you? The WR46C02 wheelset with the following specs is USD690/pair. Rims: RR46C02, hooked, clincher, 28mm wide/46mm deep, front 24H/rear 24H, no brake surface for disc Hubs: black Novatec D791/D792, front 100mm QR/rear 130mm QR, 6-bolt, J-bend, Shimano road 11S Spokes: black bladed Sapim cx-ray Nipples: black alloy Decals: Do you want the rims without decals or with our company graphic? Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Andrew : (2017-07-27)
Are you planning on offering any 31-32mm wide rims similar to the new Enve 4.5 AR Disc (optimized for 28mm tires)?
LightBicycle : (2017-07-29)
Hi Andrew, Sorry for the late reply. We were out for travel last two days. Yes, we are going to make wider rims for gravel bikes. What rim depth do you prefer? We are thinking about 28mm deep, we will not make deeper rims for new grave rims. What do you think? Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Todd : (2017-06-21)
What is the internal width of the hookless rims?
LightBicycle : (2017-06-22)
Hi Todd, Thanks for your inquiry! The internal width of RR46C02 hookless rim is 22.5mm. Please find attached rims tech drawing for your reference. The max tire pressure for hookless version is 80 psi and it is 160psi for hook version. If you are planning to run a tire pressure above 80psi, you have to go to hook version. How much tire pressure will you ride? Then we can check whether hookless is okay for you. Thanks, Lightbicycle
Clarance : (2017-07-27)
Hello, Can you clarify the max tire pressure for the hookless version? In your reply you state 80psi but, the product literature states 40psi. Thanks.
LightBicycle : (2017-07-30)
Hello Clarance, Sorry for the late reply. We were out for travel last two days. For RR46C02, the tire pressure is as below. RR46C02, hook version: You can ride them more than 100psi RR46C02, hookless version: You can ride them less than 40psi For 80psi, it is the tire max pressure in lab testing. Actually, for really riding on the road, it is better to make the tire pressure less than 40PSI to prevent from tire blowing out. Thanks, Lightbicycle
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mark : (2017-05-16)
Hi, Could you do 50mm rear and 46mm front, with dt350 or dt240 hubs? And do prices include postage? Thank you
LightBicycle : (2017-05-16)
Hello Mark, Thanks for your inquiry. For 50mm depth rim, it is V-shape with 23mm width. For 46mm depth rim, it is V-shape with 28mm width. Recently, most of our customers choose the new 28mm wide 46mm depth rim or 25mm wide U shape rim. They are much wider and stronger. We can build the wheelset with different rims depth for front and rear. May I know what this wheelset used for? For normal road bike or disc bike? Also, what the tire width you use normally? What is your weight? Then we will do some recommendations and quote accordingly. Our wheelset price isn’t including postage. Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Jon : (2017-05-12)
If I want to run tubeless road tires, do I get hook or hookless?
LightBicycle : (2017-05-15)
Hi Jon, Both hook and hookless designs are tubeless compatible. For tubeless, you can use the tubeless rim tape, sealant and tubeless tire. Then the rims can ride tubeless perfectly. May I know what the tire pressure you run normally? The hookless version is designed with low pressure impact resistance in mind. If you are planning to run a tire pressure above 80psi, the hooked version would be a better choice. Thanks, Lightbicycle
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Steven : (2017-05-09)
I am 72kh weight. How many spoke count do you recommend? I was thinking 24h but is it better to go 28h?
LightBicycle : (2017-05-10)
Hello Steven, Thanks for your inquiry. Normally, more spokes give the rim greater strength and rigidity. You are not a large rider, so the 24H rim is suitable for you also. The rims are for disc bike, right? If so, both versions work for you. For hookless design, it makes the rim with better impact strength. However, if you are planning to run a tire pressure above 80psi, the hooked version would be a better choice. Thanks, Lightbicycle
Pete : (2017-05-11)
Hi, on the same subject: would you recommend 28H rims for a 90 kg rider rather than 24H? I need disc brake rims. Thanks!
LightBicycle : (2017-05-12)
Hello Pete, Thanks for your inquiry. According to your info, we’d like to recommend the 28H rim. It is much stronger, and more spokes give the rim greater strength and rigidity. No brake tracks for disc brake, right? Thanks, Lightbicycle
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