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SRAM Bicycle Wheels and Wheelsets

SRAM is a cycling company specialising in all things urban, mountain and trail riding. They are leaders in high-end technology that creates wheels and bikes that provide a lightness and speed, along with being able to perform quick turns, easy climbs and soft landings. SRAM wheels' designs are specially for each type of riding, packed with features to assist the rider while cycling. They stand behind their bicycle wheels and wheelsets because they know they will help any rider become a better racer. The several patented technologies that SRAM has developed go into each type of wheel to improve the riding conditions for every rider.

SRAM Front and Rear Bicycle Sets

When looking to upgrade the wheelset of your bicycle, SRAM has designed sets that outrank some of the top brands in the world. SRAM front and rear bicycle sets have some amazing technologies behind them, including carbon tuned technology for their mountain bikes, which employs a carbon lay-up design, creating strength and stiffness where it's needed, yet everything still feels lightweight. Their Rise XX and 60 wheels utilise this type of technology. Their trail wheels include their Roam series, which use their Boost technology. This works with the drivetrain and shock system to absorb impacts. SRAM’s Rail line features their double decker technology, which takes the spoke slots and stacks them two-by-two, allowing the force to distribute evenly around the wheel.

SRAM Front Bicycle Wheels

While most of the time, riders are looking to swap out or upgrade both of their front and back wheels of their bike, most of the damage done to the wheels happens to the front wheel. Because of this SRAM makes and sells strictly front wheels. When riding through the mountains or on a rigorous trail, the front wheel takes the brunt of the impact and can wear out pretty quickly. SRAM bicycle front wheels use the toughest materials around and have been put to the test to ensure they hold up for even the most intense riders.

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