Specialized Roval CLX 32 Disc Tubular Front Wheel (Carbon/Black) (QR/12 x 100mm) (700c / 622 ISO) (Centerlock)

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Spacing | Wheel Diameter:

  • QR/12 x 100mm | 700c / 622 ISO

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The Roval CLX 32 Disc Tubular Front Wheel is one of the lightest carbon wheels ever made, but this doesn't come at the expense of fundamental performance. Instead, painstaking engineering and lab testing helped Roval achieve a 550-gram wheel that's tough enough for cyclocross racing, yet light enough for the demands of a GC climber. The low inertia and ample stiffness help the wheel accelerate and change direction on a dime. Roval didn't skimp on aerodynamic benefits either, despite this wheel's low rim profile. The CLX 32 was engineered in CFD around a 26mm-wide tire shape, and honed in Specialized's Win Tunnel, in order to be as aerodynamic as some rims almost twice its depth. Meanwhile, a disc-first engineered design, Roval aero hubs, and CeramicSpeed bearings complete the fast engaging ensemble. Truly, the CLX 32 ushers in a new era of lightweight performance road wheels.

Specifications:
Wheel Size: 700c
ISO Diameter (ETRTO): 622
Position: Front
Tire Type: Tubular
Brake Type: Disc Brake (Centerlock)
Hub: Roval Aero Hub (AFD1)
Axle Type: Quick Release or Thru Axle
Hub Spacing: QR/12 x 100mm
Drive Type (Rear Hub): -
Rim: Carbon (32mm Depth, Disc Brake Only)
Rim Width: 27.1mm (Outer)
Valve: Presta
Spoke Count: 21H
Spoke Type: T-Head (DT Swiss Aerolite/Aerocomp)
Material: Carbon
Color: Black
Weight: 550g (Front Only)

Includes:

  • Roval CLX 32 Tubular Front Wheel 
  • Roval padded wheelbag
  • Roval steel quick release
  • 12mm Thru Axle End Caps
  • Quick release End Caps

This product was added to our catalog on March 2, 2018