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Stan's NoTubesArch S1 29in Wheel

$201.00 - $278.00

Item # SNT003R

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  • Black,Front, 15x100 ($201.00)
  • Black,Rear, 12x142, SRAM XD ($278.00)
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Item # SNT003R
Description

Ready for red rock and beyond.

Tough enough to handle the most technical trails while remaining light enough to rip XC laps, the Stan's Notubes Arch S1 29in Wheel versatile design brings your riding to the next level. This wheel is built to provide you with unrivaled traction and control when you're running 2.25-2.5in wheels, while the alloy rims, stainless steel rim eyelets, and easily replaceable standard spokes max out its levels of durability.

Stan's Notubes Wideright rim design focuses on a problem that other wheels fail to address: the fact that many rims just don't work well with the tires we're all using. Rims that are too narrow create less stability and control in the corners, and less traction on climbs, while rims that are too wide distort the tire profile and decrease traction and control, resulting in impacts being driven directly into the rim and negating what would be an absorbing advantage of the tire's volume. Stan's Notubes Wideright rim design strikes the perfect balance between tire volume and sidewall function to give you a ride that allows for maximum traction and control with minimal rolling resistance.

The Arch S1 is built on Stan's Notubes' faster-engaging, CNC-machined Neo Hubs for strength and precision. This hub boasts fast Durasync 10-degree engagement and simultaneous 6-pawl engagement for maximum durability and performance, while also using triple-freehub bearings to offer axle stability to handle higher vertical and torsional loads. Then, the wide bearing stance and axle design reduce flex and add durability, while the low-drag main seal prevents contamination and lessens resistance for smooth riding.

  • Durable and lightweight aluminum wheel for versatile riding
  • Wide rim width offers stability with bigger tires
  • Provides elevated traction when running 2.25-2.5in tires
  • 6061 alloy rims and stainless steel rim eyelets boost durability
  • Built on faster-engaging, CNC-machined Neo hubs
Warning

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Tech Specs
Rim Material
6061 alloy
Wheel Size
29in
Rim Depth
17.3mm
Rim Width
[internal] 26mm, [external] 29.7mm
Brake Compatibility
disc
Hubs
Stan's Neo
Spokes
Sapim Race Black 2.0/1.8/2.0mm
Spoke Nipple
Secure Lock Brass Silver Nipples
Spoke Count
32
Max Rider Weight
230lbs
Recommended Use
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Weight

Actual Weight

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Grams

Oz

Black,Front, 15x100
860g
30.34oz
Black,Rear, 12x142, SRAM XD
1000g
35.27oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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1974g

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    >Rating: 3

    Rim is great, Hub is trash

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:
    True to size
    Size Bought
    29
    Weight
    190 lbs

    TL;DR: The rim is great so not trust the neo hub. The rim itself is sturdy and I’m pretty impressed with its durability. It has been through some serious stuff and is still true. I’ve put probably 300mi on it so far. I threw it on my megatower as a replacement after i snapped the original rim that was on it. I have owned it for five months. Rim holds up but the hub has come loose and is falling apart (rear). The cassette keeps coming loose as well as the internals just going to crap. It is under warranty but the neo hubs do not last if you ride hard. I’m replacing it with a DT swiss 350 to avoid the headache of doing this over and over. The neo hubs are notorious for this. Know that goin in i guess

    >Rating: 5

    Quality Wheel at Decent Price

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    Picked up this wheel for my bikpacking / commuting rig (surly ogre). So far no complaints, rims are strong and durable and the weight is pretty low for a strong mtb wheelset at this price point.