NS60 X 88 RB (USED)
This is a used wheelset which has been part of our rental fleet for a number of years. The wheelset is running true. There are visible signs of use and some minor marks from grease / chain lube. 12 month warranty included.
THE TRIATHLETE SPECIAL
Triathletes would say these two were born to be together -with the NS60 Front giving that needed point of stability, aero gains and weight savings, and the NS88 Rear delivering near-maximum aerodynamics. Couple this wheelset with a flat course and a time trial bike, and you’ve got yourself a speed weapon. Often chosen by cyclists able to get into the 3 x their body weight in watts’ zone*, converting those few additional rim grams into a fair bit of free speed.
Every component in the NS-Road line design has been carefully evaluated on its ability to absorb impact and vibration, minimise overall weight and deliver great gains in aero efficiency. As a result, responsive-stiff-lightweight wheels are now accessible to all of us. We challenged status quo and did the unthinkable: increasing both performance and affordability.
This is a classic triathlon set up among us at NSC - Javi, Chris, Simon, Jared, Heather and Alvaro, are some just some of many rocking the NS60/88 combo.
(*) approximate wattage estimated by the nscarbon team indicating wattage threshold required to benefit from the aerodynamic performance this set has to offer
// Excellent cross wind performance
// Aerodynamic boost, free speed for the du/triathletes and road racers
// Reduced vibration, increased impact absorption, more stable, better control
// Lightweight, same effort takes you further
// Faster acceleration and ability to hold top speed longer.
|Front 760g Rear 1055g Rim Brake | Wheels only / no cassette, tyres or tubes
|Tyres and tubes, clincher only
|Recommended tyre widths: 23mm - 25mm
|17mm internal / 23mm external rim width
|60mm Front / 88mm Rear rim depths
|Carbon Fibre Toray T700, U-shape
Novatec Rim Brake Hubs Front & Rear
Count | Front 20 Rear 24 Rim Brake
Pattern | Front Radial | Rear Two-cross/Radial (2:1)
Material | Stainless steel Sandvik T302+
J-bend for Rim Brake
|Matte Carbon Weave | Coated decals (NOT STICKERS / NOT REMOVABLE)
Rim Brake | V-Brake
Valve extenders recommended if using a 50mm Presta valve (tube) - How to install valve extenders
Rim brake surface: Carbon, basalt and resin TG (190-200C) (12mm)
|Proudly hand-built by the world's greatest carbon fibre artisans in Xiamen, People's Republic of China
Generally 85-100psi (Max 110 / Min 80) -check your tyre manufacturer max and low pressures
Max rider weight 130kg
Moved using local couriers - air and land transportation as required
800mm x 650mm x 170mm, 3.6kg
Included in the box:
-Booklet -Welcome to nscarbon, Set up and Maintenance guide
|FERNMARK LICENCE NO. 100715
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