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SKU
227153301
Abstract Product Id
100524
Concrete Product Id
423803
Rodi

Airline EVO road bike rim, 36-hole 28“

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Código de producto: 227153301

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Thanks to reliable properties, the Airline EVO by Rodi is a robust all-round rim for road bikes. Material and workmanship stand for reliable stability and aerodynamics.

Details:
· Hollow section aluminium rim
· Size: 28 inches
· 36-hole, no eyelets
· Material: aluminium 6063
· For Presta valve
· Valve hole: 6,5 mm
· Milled rim flange
· ETRTO: 622 X 13 C
· Dimensions: approx. 19 mm wide, 31 mm high
· Overall rim width: 13 mm
· Weight: approx. 620 g
· ERD: 590 mm
· With wear indicator
· Required rim tape width: 16 mm
· Suitable for tyres with a width of 19 to 45 mm

IMPORTANT: 15/16 mm nipples are required for wheel building.

Características
Tubeless ready:
No
Wheel size:
28"
Manufacturer`s ref.:
3058R36PH1
GTIN:
5604315039462
Number of bolts:
Number of holes 36
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Airline EVO road bike rim, 36-hole 28“

Color: 
schwarz
Talla:
28"
I use these rims in my Fixie since a while. No issues with tension reduction or broken spokes due to the radially drilled holes.

Airline EVO road bike rim, 36-hole 28“

Color: 
schwarz
Talla:
28"
Nice rim indeed. I chose it as replacement for a Ryde rim which no longer seems to be available with 36 holes. I mainly see one disadvantage: All holes are radially drilled, i.e. towards the centre. The nipple has to pass the double wall and can therefore not align in the direction of the spoke which is in my case (Rohloff hub) far from radial. 18 spokes are quite bent in a curve where they enter the nipple. I have to see how this evolves in the future, but I'm afraid that they will fail of fatigue too soon. We'll see.