Profile Design 58/TwentyFour Full Carbon Front Wheel (Clincher)

Profile Design 58/TwentyFour Full Carbon Front Wheel (Clincher)
$1,068.99
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Races, training, group rides, gran fondos—Profile’s 58/Twenty Four Full Carbon Clinchers will be your new secret weapon. Their engineers used fluid dynamic modeling and wind tunnel testing to create a super slippery 58mm-deep by 24.5mm-wide rim for maximum free speed and slicing right through head and cross winds. Adding mph are the Sapim CX-Ray bladed spokes, which have locking nipples so they stay tight. These wing-like wheels save you massive energy on the flats and they're also light enough to rocket you up the climbs. Plus, Profile's careful hand assembly and advanced carbon layup mean rock-solid stiffness for outstanding power transfer. And, because sometimes you just have to hit the brakes, Profile includes high-tech carbon wrapping and a heat-resistant resin in its rims, plus carbon-compatible brake pads come with the wheels so you'll have more stopping power than ever. Upgrade to the 58/Twenty Fours and get ready to become a better rider.

Specs

Size(s) 700c
Model Clincher
Rim Material Carbon
Rim Depth 58mm
Rim Width 24.5mm (Outer), 17mm (Inner)
Hub(s) 6061-T6 aluminum
Spokes (Front/Rear) Sapim CX-Ray, bladed
Holes (Front/Rear) 20
Nipples Sapim aluminum, locking
Skewer(s) Profile, aero
Weight (Front/Rear) 728 grams
Lacing (Front/Rear) Radial
Extras Carbon-specific brake pads, quick releases, valve extenders, rim strips, tire levers, bladed spoke tool

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black w/Black Logos 723661002380 W5824FCCF1

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4.0

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Pirce 
  • Price 

Cons

  • Changing brake pads when using aluminum wheels 
  • For me, not much else 

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Pros

  • Pirce
  • Price

Cons

  • Changing brake pads when using aluminum wheels
  • For me, not much else

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After considering the likes of Enve, Zipp, Roval and others, I opted to go with the PD 58/24s. I'm an intermediate rider and I suspect the only difference I would feel between all the wheels I considered would be in my wallet. To say I am happy with my decision is an understatement. They have increased my bikes performance and look sweet while doing it! I can spin these wheels up so quickly compared to the S19s my '16 Roubaix Expert came with. It's easier to maintain speed as well. One thing I wasn't expecting was how the wheels affected the comfort (for the better) of rides. They absorb bumps and uneven surfaces with a shock like quality. This translates to longer, happier rides. As is the case with any deep wheel, these are brutal in extreme angle crosswind conditions. I live in So Cal and the first time I rode them we were experiencing a Santa Ana wind event. At 5' 9" 180 lbs I found myself having to slow down to compensate for being blown around. These conditions don't present themselves too often so I'm not worried about windy conditions much. Braking performance is at least on par with the performance found on the S19s the bike came with. I haven't ridden in the rain so I can't attest for wet condition braking. Considering the significant savings in cost this is a wheelset everyone should consider. I gave the wheels 4 stars only because I have nothing to compare them to as this is the first deep, carbon wheelset I've rode. But I am very happy with them.

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