Prime BlackEdition 85 Carbon Rear Wheel £359.99 @ Wiggle
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Prime BlackEdition 85 Carbon Rear Wheel £359.99 @ Wiggle

£359.99£599.9940%Wiggle Deals
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Found 14th Jan
The BlackEdition 85 is the ideal choice when a fraction of a second could be the difference between winning and losing. The 27.5mm wide rim decreases rolling resistance and improves aerodynamics, meaning your next PB is only a matter of time.
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Rim Material: T700 UD carbon fibre
Rim Width: 19mm (internal) 27.5mm (external)
Rim Depth: 85mm
Hubs: R010, CNC machined 7075 alloy hub body
Freehub: Anti Bite Guard, Shimano/SRAM 9/10/11 speed
Spokes: DT Aerolite (non-drive), DT Aero Comp (drive side)
Tubeless ready
Hub Bearings: Hub: 1x 15267 & 1x 6802; Freehub: 2x 15267
Weight: 1028g
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Good wheels, I have the disc black edition 50s and the original Rp-50s
is the ideal choice when a fraction of a second could be the difference between winning and losing
I’ve got the 38s. They are a really nice quality rim and tubeless as well. Only 2 year warranty though
buddn073 h, 12 m ago

https://www.wiggle.co.uk/prime-blackedition-85-carbon-front-wheel?sku=100509414Link to front.


Maybe the front will appear at 40% off?
TheGoofyZambian13 h, 5 m ago

I’ve got the 38s. They are a really nice quality rim and tubeless as well. …I’ve got the 38s. They are a really nice quality rim and tubeless as well. Only 2 year warranty though


Zipp are 2 years as well, although Shimano Dura Ace are 3 years, Enve are 5 years for example. In my experience I tend to find wheel issues at the beginning (had it happen twice for me, once with the first Dura Ace C50s which had a dodgy hub and recently with Mavic Aksium Disc, the front hub was horrific after 1 ride).
Warranty isn't an issue but bike frame clearance may well be (as these are marginally wider, ironically the usp of the black edition).
jazid6 m ago

Warranty isn't an issue but bike frame clearance may well be (as these are …Warranty isn't an issue but bike frame clearance may well be (as these are marginally wider, ironically the usp of the black edition).


Yes, they stretch the tyres I find. Although I use the BE wheels on my CX bike (with 35mm tyres), so plenty of space!
whatyadoinsucka14 h, 36 m ago

is the ideal choice when a fraction of a second could be the difference …is the ideal choice when a fraction of a second could be the difference between winning and losing


I live my life a quarter of a mile at a time
jazid3 h, 48 m ago

Warranty isn't an issue but bike frame clearance may well be (as these are …Warranty isn't an issue but bike frame clearance may well be (as these are marginally wider, ironically the usp of the black edition).


I rode 27mm rims on a frame that would only take 25mm tyres, looked abit odd but enjoyed the stability of a wider rim
horstachio4 h, 25 m ago

Zipp are 2 years as well, although Shimano Dura Ace are 3 years, Enve are …Zipp are 2 years as well, although Shimano Dura Ace are 3 years, Enve are 5 years for example. In my experience I tend to find wheel issues at the beginning (had it happen twice for me, once with the first Dura Ace C50s which had a dodgy hub and recently with Mavic Aksium Disc, the front hub was horrific after 1 ride).


I think Reynolds are lifetime warranty, but you wouldn’t get them for this price
Now 399. Looks like the front wheel is cheaper now (perhaps they got the prices swapped)
Edited by: "jazid" 16th Jan
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