bead hook-less rims carbon 29er light bike rim tubeless compatible

hookless rim
bead hook-less rims
MTB hookless rim
hookless tubeless
29er hook-less rim
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Use

mountain bike rim

Size

29er

ERD

593mm

Tire size

1.9-2.3" (recommended)

Max weight limit

100kg

Max spoke tension

140kgf, 110-130kgf (recommended)

Riding pressure

40psi(recommended MAX)

Warranty

1 Year


For new 29er rim is bead hook-less, it is light & stiff. It is specially designed for customers who likes to build light weight wheelset & bike.


The Flyweight is a new series of rims from Light Bicycle. Targeted specifically towards racers who seek every possible edge on the race course. Our goal was the produce the lightest possible rim without sacrificing performance. Through revisions in each step of the manufacturing process, we were able to produce a strong, light and competitive rim.


* For unique hole drilling and alternate options, please contact us for special orders.

* New Flyweight matte clear coating process. Not available with glossy finish.

* Standard Rim: 1 Year Warranty, 1 Year Crash Replacement with 15% discount

   Flyweight Rim: 1 Year Warranty, 2 Year Crash Replacement with 25% discount

* If you would like a coloured graphic, we can apply a sticker over top of the rims, this will add about 5g per rim.



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
Standard: It is the light one around our current 29er rims, the good choice for lightweight 29er wheels & bike.
Flyweight: It is a new series of rims from Light Bicycle. Targeted specifically towards racers who seek every possible edge on the race course. 280 grams only!
Standard: 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.
Flyweight: New layup design at the nipple bed to reduce the amount of material required and reinforce the key area around the spoke 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.
U-shape profile spreads the force of impacts and creates a more robust product.
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.
Standard: Constructed with premium Toray T700 carbon fiber. The good strength to weight ratio with no expense spared.
Flyweight: Hybrid construction of Toray T800 and T700 was used to reduce wall thickness in key areas while enhancing the overall rim stiffness. These rims are available with the UD material only due to the strict standards required to produce the Flyweight model. We used a lower FAW (fiber areal weight) and a thinner prepreg to achieve a more adjustable layup schedule design which reduces the stress between the layers of carbon fiber.
From USA

Erik : These are the best wheels I have ever ridden. After almost 3000 miles on my

From USA

Dave : Hi,Just want to send some pics of your rims on my bike!!I love them!!Dave

From Canada

William : I bought light bicycle wheels for it last year and they're great. Here

From Hong Kong

Steven : i received the rims on friday from Karel who is back in belgium. First impr

5.0 stars -based on 78 reviews

2017-06-15

Carl :

would these rims in flyweight be suitable for a 36-38mm tubeless gravel tire? thanks for your reply

2017-06-16

LightBicycle :

Hello Carl, Thanks for your inquiry. The RM29C06 flyweight rim can work with 36-38mm tubeless gravel tire. But the max tire pressure is 75psi only (recommended tire pressure is 20psi ~ 30psi). May I know what your riding tire pressure is normally? Then we will check accordingly and do some recommendations. Because we have new 28mm wide 36mm depth road rim which is designed for gravel bike also and work with high tire pressure. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2017-06-04

Mike :

Hello, I currently have a set of RM29C06 (32 hole) rims built up. I would like to use them on a upcoming Bike Packing trip. What is the maximum air pressure limit of the rim? The max tire pressure is 65 PSI, would 65 PSI be within the safe limits of the rims? Thank you Mike

2017-06-05

LightBicycle :

Hello Mike, Thanks for your contact. The max tire pressure on RM29C06 rim is 70psi, but the recommend tire pressure is around 20psi ~ 30psi.You can run the tire pressure around 20psi ~ 30psi. It is safe and comfortable. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-12-29

Barry :

Hi Do you use tracked delivery and EMS ? Can you give me a quote for shipping to Saudi Arabia

2016-12-30

LightBicycle :

Hello Barry, Thanks for your inquiry. Normally, we use EMS or DHL. The delivery cost is $106 for two rims to Saudi Arabia by EMS, and $143 by DHL. All pricing in USD. Thanks, Lightbicycle

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2016-11-16

Jeff :

I ride a Giant Defy road disc bike with Continental GP4000S II 28C tyres at 55psi front, 65psi rear. These tyres measure 30mm wide on current wheels, which are 23mm wide, 19C internal. I want wider wheels for better match to the tyre width, and lighter weight. I would run same pressure (55/65psi) which is close to maximum. I need 6-bolt front 100mm QR/ rear 135mm QR. I see the cyclocross reply to Luke and think these could be used for wide road wheels also. My concern with DT350 hub is I cannot switch to Thru axle later, so cannot move to newer bike. What hub do you recommend and what is total wheelset cost?.

2016-11-16

LightBicycle :

Hello Jeff, Thanks for your inquiry. According to your info, we’d like to recommend our new 28mm wide 36mm deep hookless disc rim. Rim profile attached for reference. It is okay to work with wider tires and high tire pressure. Thanks, Lightbicycle

2016-11-25

Nick :

Can you provide me the details on the new 28mm wide 36mm deep hookless disc rim? I can't find the details on your website.

2016-11-26

LightBicycle :

Hello Nick, Thanks for your inquiry. Please find attached rim profile of our new 36mm depth rim. It is hookless design and for disc bike. RR36C02 (hookless): $170/pcs Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-10-18

Stanislav :

Hello! Would this rim be sufficient for the XC for the 53 kg rider? Is it better to assemble the whhels with the nipple washers or not? Thank you!

2016-10-19

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Stanislav, Thanks for your inquiry, The 27mm wide 29er rim is designed for XC riding. And you are not a large rider, so the rim is durable enough for your riding. The spoke hole strength is ok for without washers. And all our wheelsets are built without washers. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-09-12

Boris :

Hello. Is there a need of washers between nipples and rim?

2016-09-14

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Boris, Thanks for your inquiry. No nipple washers are required on our wheels. And all our wheelsets are built without washers. The spoke hole strength is ok for without washers. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-09-12

Boris :

Hello. Is there a need of adding washers between nipples and rim?

2016-09-12

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Boris, Thanks for your inquiry. No nipple washers are required on our wheels. And all our wheelsets are built without washers. The spoke hole strength is ok for without washers. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-08-26

Andrew :

Hi - I have a pair of these wheels; they're great! I'd like to try them tubeless on my cross bike. How narrow a tyre can you mount tubeless on them please?

2016-08-27

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Andrew, Thanks for your support. Our rim RM29C06 is tubeless compatible. For tubeless, you only have to use yellow tape, sealant and tubeless tire. Then the rims can ride tubeless perfectly. The recommend tires width are 1.9’’-2.3’’. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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2016-08-12

Scott :

Can you explain why the above charts states the Max tyre pressure as 70psi and the Cycling tyre pressure as 40psi(recommend MAX)? What is the difference between the two measurements?

2016-08-16

Light-Bicycle :

Hello Scott, Thanks for your inquiry. The max recommend tire pressure 40psi means that we recommend the tire pressure around or under 40psi. For the max tire pressure 70psi, some customers prefer higher tire pressure, so they are able to inflate the tire around 40psi-60psi. However, it is not allowed to inflate the tire over 70psi, or the tire will flow off the rims easily. It is unsafe. Thanks, Light-bicycle

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