The current price is the price of two front and rear rims.
If you select all the parts from the options on the right, the price will be calculated at the end.
H PLUS SON is a rim maker that has an excellent design, a unique rim shape that is different from other rim brands, and a balance of strength and accuracy at a relatively affordable price range.
The AT-25 / Archtype rim is a road rim with a shape reminiscent of a semi-aero rim from a long time ago. It features a rim height of 25 mm and an edgy cross-sectional shape.
The rim side is CNC machined and compatible with rim brakes, but since black and hard anodized are CNC with the same color on the side, it is also recommended to assemble as a wheel for disc brakes.
There are 28H and 32H holes in the lineup, so you can assemble your favorite wheel according to your needs.
Color: Matte Black / HairLine Hard Anodized / Polish
Number of holes: 28H / 32H
・ Weight: 470 grams
・ Material: G609 Alloy
・ Height: 25 mm
・ Width: 23 mm
・ Size: 700c
・ Joint: Welded
・ Machined Braking Surface
・ ERD: 595 mm
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Get a bicycle, make your heart dance and go the way as your heart goes.
Sometimes I go on a road without a road.
I can assure you that this is the best time.
A tool "bicycle" that supports such a great time,
Your feet and wheels keep spinning around at your feet.
After all, I think "Isn't it a little easier?"
You also think, "I want to be a little cooler."
I want to respond to such thoughts, with that as the starting lineGorilla SpunWas born.
Wheels are made up of a wide variety of parts such as rims, hubs, spokes, nipples, tires, tubes and rim tapes.
Rather, there are too many parts and I don't know what to choose based on which criteria. I think there are many people like that.
There, every day, Circles mechanics who touch many partsLet's choose the parts that you feel "this is good" and let them propose them as wheels! By doing so, I thought that the hand-assembled wheels would be closer to you and you would be satisfied with their quality.
Why don't you take this opportunity to get your own wheels?