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BikeRumor.com: Filament Spin Evolution winds up lighter, stiffer and stronger carbon rims

Posted on www.BikeRumor.com By Tyler Benedict – Posted on November 23, 2016 – 7:34 pm Imagine a set of carbon wheels that claims to have 40% better impact strength, be 40% stiffer laterally, and about 20% lighter with a rider weight limit that’s about 30% higher than normal. Think that wheelset would weigh in at 1,035g?…

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“Best New Bike Gear” Bike Radar features FSE.bike Wheels

Excerpt from Bike Radar Article ” 11spd: This week’s best new bike gear.”  Full story here: www.BikeRadar.com here: http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/article/11spd-this-weeks-best-new-bike-gear-48589/ FSE EVO 55C Carbon Clincher Wheels FSE is a new wheel company based in Tennessee FSE stands for Filament Spin Evolution. The new company FSE claims its carbon is lighter and stiffer than what is commonly used in wheels,…

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FSE Wheels receives UCI Approval

FSE Filament Spin Evolution wheels is very happy to announce the approval of the UCI (United Cycliste Internationale.) The UCI is the world governing body for sports cycling and oversees international competitive cycling events, including the Grand Tour road cycling stage races like the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España. After UCI Impact Test The...

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Sapim CX-Ray Spokes

Sapim CX-Ray bladed aero spoke is the leading choice the peloton. CX-Ray spokes have an aerodynamic advantage over round spokes and build into lighter, yet stronger wheels. With a weight nearly 30% lighter than standard double butted spokes, you would expect to give up strength. However, CX-Ray spokes withstand more than 3.5 million load reversals…

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Engage the Killerbees! FSE Hubs are Faster (& Louder)

FSE hubs feature a much faster “engagement” or “pick-up” courtesy of our proprietary design element. Engagement is the amount you need to turn your cassette via pedaling before the freehub ratchet engages and transmits torque to the rear wheel. The number of teeth in a ratchet determines how quickly the hub engages. Here is the…

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