Queen Bike Carbon Fiber Road Bike Wheels 50mm Clincher Wheelset 700c Racing Bike Wheel
- Material: Toray T700c Full Carbon Fiber
- Test:Pass EN quality standard test
- Weight:1565g±30g/pair excluding skewers
- Warranty:1years under normal usage
- Customized: the wheels could be customized according to your need. If you wanna make any other changes, please feel free to contact us.
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Rim Finish: 3k Matte
Rim Type: clincher
Rim Size: 700C
Rim Depth: 50mm
Rim width: 23mm
Rim Holes:front 20 holes + rear 24 holes
Hub:Powerway R13 Black Front 2 rear 4 seal steel bearing
Cassette body: For SHIMAN0 8/9/10/11 speed or CAMPY 10/11 speed
Spokes AND Nipples
Spoke: CN494 Black
Nipple:CN alloy external nipple Black
Max recommend rider weight:120KG
Max recommend tyre pressure:125PSI
Weight of wheelset:1565g±30g/pair excluding skewers
Warranty:1years under normal usage
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I will update after my first ride and when there are a few thousand miles on them.
4 Nov 2017 First ride on the wheels. About the only difference over my 37mil alloy wheels was road dampening and maybe a slight change when I accelerate. I believe they will make a difference on longer rides. I only rode 46 miles today as I had to pick up a ride package. Will up date again after several more rides.
5 Dec 2017
I've got 700-800 miles on the wheels now. I did pull them about a couple weeks ago and put them on the truing machine. I tweek the truing a bit and now they are perfectly true. While I had the wheels off I went ahead and popped the dust covers off the bearings and added more grease. I suggest adding more grease as the grease in my bearings was sparse.
The wheels are still rolling!
18 Feb 2018
I've got nearly 3,000 miles on the wheels now and yesterday the rear developed a tick. I removed the hub and it was full of water and rust. I cleaned everything up, greased the wheel and hub bearings. The inner hub bearing is shot. I am going to contact seller to see if they can tell me what size the hub bearings are.
The wheel is back on the bike. I have not rode since greasing and cleaning.
Bearing sizes for SUPPOSED Powerway R13 hubs are: rear: 2x 6802 15.00x24.00x5.00 mm and 2x6902 15.00 x 28.00 x 7.00 mm
front: 2x699 9.00 x 20.00 x 6.00 mm
25 Mar 18, I replaced the bearings with ceramic hybrid bearings from Boca Bearing. They are rolling good. I have had to true the wheels again and dish them. Not sure what kind of cheap hub this is.
The wheels do roll. I had the bike at 32 mph yesterday, wind at my back. The bike would not slow down. Braking at this speed takes quite a long time to slow down. I can now see why the pro's are going for disc brakes.
2 May 2018 (Update)
approx. 5,500 miles on the wheels now. I was finishing up a metric and a nipple on the rear wheel broke. It looks like cast aluminum. I suppose I will get some spokes and nipples and rebuild the wheel.
Sep 19 2018
Wheels are less than a year old, 9,000 miles and they are de-laminating at the brake track. I live on pretty flat ground, just changed the original pads about 2 months ago.
I don't know if they should be doing this or not. Less than a years usage does not seem good though.
21 Sep 2018
returned wheels, said I would get full refund, they charged a 72 dollar restocking fee, why? The wheels returned are only good for the garbage, they are de-laminating.
The 72 dollars will not be returned, they said because it has been over 30 days. So much for a one year warranty.
My second pair, purchased around October 2018, and having 1829 miles on them according to my Garmin, had a rear nipple break. Mind you this was not while I was riding. I went to go ride this morning to hear a loud rattling in the rear rim and the tire stop at the brake pad, as it was significantly out of true. I've posted a picture of the broken nipple.
So, after initially having no issue with the quality of these wheels, I've now had two set with broken/loose nipples. Buyer beware. Most people have found these wheels are durable. I have not. And if that spoke goes when your traveling 30 and gets caught up in our derailer, or worse your calf, you are going to be in a world of hurt.
I kept my original post/review below for people to see:
The big question everyone asks about Chinese-based wheels is their durability, both long and short term. I don't know about long term, but I will pass along a story showing the toughness of these wheels short term.
My very first ride with these wheels, on my triathlon bike, I was about 35 miles in when a car made an illegal left turn in front of me. My GPS had me at 29.1 mph when I t-boned the rear passenger quarter-panel, launching me over the truck. I received multiple broken bones and my bike was destroyed. I have attached pictures of the bike before and after. The front wheel did not brake. I've had it looked at by two different bike mechanics and they could find no post-crash defects with it. For safety reasons I will not ride the front wheel again, but it held up.