Our Aero series is new for 2019 and is based upon our Fast and Light series. The Aero 35 is a new depth for 2019 though. It is still based upon our Fast and Light series and is an excellent aero wheelset for those who want to climb mountains or if you live in a windy area.
Our FL series was a great seller during 2018. The reason for this is that the FL series mixed affordability, strength, stiffness, and lightweight all in a nice wide tubeless ready aero profile. Our FL series managed to get all the features everyone wanted and packed them in a wheelset that everyone could afford.
Our engineers then were set a hard task to make a better wheelset. They spent a long time going over carbon layups and computer modeling. Eventually, they came up with the idea of mixing carbon fiber cloths in the layup process. Our FL wheels were made using only Toray T700 carbon fiber. Our new Aero rims use a mix of Toray T700 and T800 carbon fiber.
The new layup brought us lighter wheelsets and also brought a change to the brake track. The FL series brake track could deal with temperatures of up to 240°, and our new Aero range can cope with temperatures of up to 300°.
Then to lace your new 35mm deep tubeless ready rim to your choice of DT Swiss hubs we have used Sapim CX-Ray spokes. We use the CX-Ray spoke as they are titanium light, steel stiff, and aero — the perfect complement to our carbon fiber rim.
Now you need to choose your DT Swiss hubs. You can either pick the lighter 240S or, the more affordable 350S. Both hubs though benefit from DT Swiss’s tool-less servicing, sealed bearings, and Star Ratchet instant drive system.
Carbon Racing Bike Wheelset
100% Carbon Fiber Toray T700 & T800
Finish: UD Matt Drills: 20/24 Holes Outer Width: 29mm
Inner Width: 21.5mm
Clincher Tubeless Ready
Sapim CX-Ray Spokes
Front: 20 Rear: 24
Alloy Color: Black
Recommended Tyre Size
700 x 35mm
Total: 1364+-20g (DT350S)
Front: 595+-10g Rear: 769+-10g
Rider Weight Limit
1 set of skewer
Carbon brakes pads
81.5cm x 17cm x 65.5cm
Recommended Tire Pressure
Below Chart is our recommended tire pressure,you can see more click here.