Asymmetric alloy rims are laced to alloy hubs with sealed cartridge bearings via double butted steel spokes.
"Two-To-One" spoke ratio increase torsional rigidity by utilizing two spokes to carry out the function of one; slackening and torsion are limited increasing power transfer. Spoke tensions are more balanced and evenly distributed between drive and non-drive sides, increasing fatigue life
Dynamic Balance rims weight the rim opposite the valve stem creating a balanced rim when rotating
Oversized hubs and driveside flange provide greater torsional stiffness