Here’s a look at United‘s new Supreme rim. This affordable rim is made from 6061 aluminum and has a double wall construction and welded seams. The rim has a 31mm width, 18.5mm height and a 392mm diameter. The Supreme rim comes in black and chrome with a weight of 458 grams.
I always like these product videos. This time around Eclat team manager and all around super busy dude, Paul Robinson, sits down to talk a little bit about their Polar rim and what makes it unique. Take a peek!
Here’s another round of Tech Talk with Kink‘s product manager, Matt Antes, where he talks a little bit about their Atlas rims and what makes them unique. Take a peek!
Colors: Black, Bronze, Blue
Extruded from industry standard 6061-T6 aluminum.
A low and sleek 15mm tall profile.
Super wide 36mm profile for additional strength.
Standard 406mm bead diameter.
Drilled for straight lacing spokes.
High quality welded seam.“
Eclat premiered the Jam rim at Interbike back in September, and it looks like they’re out now. The new Jaw rim is a unique design that’s aimed towards the brakeless guys out there. This 36 hole, double wall, 6011V-T6 alloy rim has a welded seam with angled sidewalls with access holes so you can replace broken spokes without taking the wheel or tire off the bike. The rim is available in black, blue and high polish with a weight of 15.97 oz. Check out more photos right here/
Spotted this one over on The Merged. It looks like Revenge is starting to get their new products in that they have been working on. The new Arc rim is a 6061-T6 aluminum rim that is sleeved and welded at the joint for extra strength with a 34mm width and color options of black, silver, chrome, dark green anodized, red anodized and blue anodized. The Arc rim weighs in at 15.75 oz. with a price tag of $54.99 ($59.99 for chrome).
Head over to the S&M Bikes website for more information.
Since I think Odyssey explained these new Aerospace rims proper…
“The Aerospace features an “aero”, or “V-shaped” cross-section, which creates a unique structural design. Made from 6000 series aluminum, it’s both easy to manufacture, incredibly durable and allows us to create a rim that’s strong, light and affordable. Thick inner sidewalls, and a lowered center wall section provide more room when installing or removing tires, and running brakes isn’t an issue. The Aerospace uses a traditional lacing pattern, just like the Hazard Lite, Seven K-A and Quadrant.
Precision welded joint
6000 series aluminum
434 grams (15.3oz)”
Hit this LINK to see more shots of the rims.