A couple of years back, ICAN engineers dreamed up a winning carbon wheelset design. They called it Aero FL because it was faster and lighter than any wheelset they had created in the past. But recently these same engineers went back to the drawing board to create the “Son of FL” which is lighter by 61.1grammes at the front, with a saving of 65.5 grammes for the rear wheel. Total mass is 1370 grams, compared with the 1496 grammes of the FL 50.
The loss of some 126 grams cannot be sniffed at, in a sport where fewer grammes or split seconds may decide victory – especially in a final sprint or on a tough mountain pass.
The Aero 50 rims measure a deep 50mm for drag-cutting aerodynamic effect, and the stable 25mm-wide rim takes clinchers – or smooth-rolling tubeless tires, which offer greater puncture resistance. The carbon cloth used to mould the superlight rims is a blend of Toray T700 and T800.
The rest of the wheel came under serious attention by our engineers, to trim weight and maintain strength. The hubs are lighter than the FL models and are ready for a Shimano 10 or 11 cassettes at the rear.
The Sapim CX-Ray butted aero spokes are laced according to purpose: two-cross for the extra strain at the rear on the drive side, and radial elsewhere – 18 spokes on the front wheel and 24 on the rear.
The superlight Aero 50 can be delivered from our European warehouse, at a very affordable price. And we'll throw in skewers, carbon brake pads and rim tapes with clinchers.
|Type||Carbon Racing Bike Wheelset|
|Rims||Superlight AERO 50|
|Material||100% Carbon Fiber Toray T700 & T800|
Finish: UD Matt
|Profile||Clincher Tubeless Ready|
|Spoke||Sapim CX-Ray Spokes|
|Spoke Count||Front: 18 Rear: 24|
Rear: Drive side: 136kgf
Non-drive side: 59kgf
Rear: Radial drive side
2-cross non drive side
|Nipple||Alloy Color: Black|
|Cassette Compatibility||Shimano 10/11speeds|
Front: 592+-10g Rear: 765+-10g
|Brake Surface||3K Twill|
|Recommended Tyre Size||700 x 25-40mm|
|Rider Weight Limit||105kg|
1 set of skewer
|Packing Size||81.5cm x 17cm x 65.5cm|
Wide Rim Tech
25mm rim wide creates a better, more stable support, while the shape of the tire and rim together creates regular, stable air flow, in short, more aerodynamics, less attrition. provides an ideal basis for 25/28mm tires, the sizes currently popular.
2-Way Clincher Tubeless. Tubes or No-Tubes
Use either traditional tires with tubes, or tubeless tires without tubes. Tubeless tires can provide lower rolling resistance and better protection from punctures.
Sapim CX-RAY As light as a titanium spoke
The CX-Ray still receives the best results in fatigue testing of any spoke. The CX-Ray aero spoke combines excellent aerodynamics with low weight and great strength. Not only are they more aerodynamic, they also make wheels lighter and stronger. Its unique strength and flexibility make the CX-Ray suitable for most bicycle disciplines. CX-Ray spokes are used by top bike racers and triathletes around the world.
This wheelset has been certified and approved by the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale), for use in UCI sanctioned road races.
1. How to track my order online?
Once your order has shipped, a Shipping Confirmation email is sent to you with the tracking website and the tracking number. You can use this tracking number to track your order via the carrier's tracking site.
2. What is the processing time and delivery time for my order?
We will ship out the item within 36 hr with careful package after the processing time .and it takes about 3-10 days if the stock running out. The delivery time will epends on the courier method.
Noted：Due to the impact of the epidemic, the arrival time of the goods will be delayed.Due to increased demand, this product will ship in 7 – 8 weeks. If have any questions,please contact us in time.
3. IS ICAN CYCLING WHEELS AND FRAME GOOD?
YES!Many customers have purchased wheels and frames of ICAN Cycling, and they give us many good feeback.All products undergo strict quality control and provide warranty.
4.What is the best tire size for my ICAN wheels?
The best tire size for your wheel, which depends on the wheelsets type, size and the conditions you plan to ride the wheel in.
If you focus on speed,aerodynamic, each carbon wheel will have a specific recomended tire width, which is listed on specific product pages under rim specs.
We find(Not necessarily 100% correct): With a broader external width, ICAN Cycling wheels roll most optimally with a 25mm/28mm (actual width) tire. For Jet wheels, we recommend 25mm (actual width) tires, but 28mm (actual width) tires are still an excellent choice. Unless a podium step hangs in the balance, the difference in the speed of the Jet, using a 25mm tire versus a 28mm tire, works out to only 0.05 kph. That’s approximately 3 – 4 seconds over 40km.
5.HOW TO DISTINGUISH DISC BRAKES AND V BRAKES
Our disc brake product series are marked with disc, which means that this is a disc brake system. Otherwise, this product is a V brake product.
6.WHY THE SAME PRODUCT HAS DIFFERENT PRICES
The prices of the same products in different warehouses are different. We have prepaid taxes and freight for users who purchase products in overseas warehouses.
7.WHY THE WHEELSETS ARE TOO STIFF FOR HARDTAIL
The reason may be that the spokes tension of wheels is too high. Please check that the spokes tension to make it at a the proper range.
MTB Wheels the front spoke tension :110 +-10 kilograms force
Rear wheel drive side :120 +-10 kilograms force
No drive side Rear ：60% kilograms force of drive side Rear-wheel
Road bike wheels spoke tension：
Recommended front wheel: 110+-10 kg force
Rear wheel: 120+-10 kg force
8.Why do i feel the freehub is a bit tight when backpedal
When riding for the first time, freehub needs to run in with the wheels. Just ride for a while, freehub will run well.
9.CAN ICAN WHEELS BE SET UP TUBELESS?
For ICAN’s current line up of wheels, most of wheels is tubeless compatible.
10.WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AERO WHEELS, AND THE NOVA WHEEL SETS?
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ALPHA WHEELS AND THE NOVA WHEEL SETS?
About the difference,you can check the image.