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At SPEEDPRO we only use the best carbon rims and hubs the market has to offer. Our wheels are hand selected and built to suit every riding style, wether its climbing the highest mountain or setting the fastest times possible. Our build process is precise, tested and put through the highest quality control. We only select spokes and hubs from the worlds best, which is why we use renowned DT Swiss as our hub supplier and Sapim spokes. 

Rim Braking Tech.

The carbon fiber clincher may very well be the perfect wheel: it’s fast, light, and strong, with the added benefit of convenient-to-change tires. For this reason they are one of the most sought after products in cycling today.

Our carbon clinchers utilize a patented heat resistant resin in the production that allows them to safely withstand extreme heat (240 degree) and force created under different cycling conditions, even hard and long braking without any heat failure.

Carbon Fiber Materials.

Our engineers are trained carbon experts, they constantly study the latest poducts from all of the leading carbon filament producers and use that knowledge to develop new materials.

The lighter a rim or frame is, the stronger the material has to be. All of our carbon products use a combination of T700, 800 and 1000 filaments from Toray in Japan, the world’s largest producer of carbon fibre – most of it is used by the aeronautical and defence industries. We also use filament from Mitsubishi Rayon, with the combination of Toray and Mitsubishi carbon fibre helping us to deliver the superior ride quality of every carbon products:

Our rims use exclusive technologies such as:

  • Patent high temp resin: unlike other smaller factories who purchase the finished carbon fibre, we import Toray T700 filament directly from Japan and do pre-preg with high temp resin by the weaving machines, it makes our carbon rims safely withstand the high temperature 240 degree Celsius under long descending from the hill down.
  • Filament winding machine made: we use the machine to shape the rim bed, so each carbon fiber layer can be evenly distributed and tightly bonded, enabling its strength to reach a maximum value.