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Lightweight SSP2 bici carretera cierre rápido juego 100/130mm

66,09 €

Die Lightweight SSP2 Schnellspanner dienen dem sicheren Halt deiner Lightweight Laufräder

Die Lightweight SSP2 Schnellspanner werden in einer Kombination von Carbon Spannhebeln und CrMo-Stahlachsen gefertigt. Dadurch kommen das Set auf ca. 44 Gramm pro Set auf der Waage.

Produkteigenschaften zum Lightweight SSP2 Schnellspanner Set

  • ca. 44 g/Set
  • Carbon Spannhebel
  • Einbaumaße VR: 100 mm / HR: 130 mm
  • Systemgewicht max. 120 kg
  • Achse aus CrMo Stahl
  • Achsenmuttern mit eingraviertem Lightweigt Schriftzug


  • 1x Lightweight SSP2 Schnellspanner Set 100/130mm
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Lightweight SSP2 bici carretera cierre rápido juego 100/130mm
N° de art.: 46810042 || N° de art. del fabricante: 400513
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The history of Lightweight wheels has largely been shaped by some of the world’s top competitive cyclists. It was them who first used the revolutionary wheels at championship races and major cycling tours, thereby establishing the brand’s reputation in the sport. Lightweight wheels have been available in their current shape ever since 1995, albeit subject to continuous refinement.

Every now and then, you hear stories about a person who, blessed with great passion and even greater expertise, starts building products in their garage and ends up changing the world. One such story is that of Heinz Obermayer and his work partner. It all started with horses and sports cars. “What have they got to do with anything?” you might well ask. Well, the two men had a penchant for composite materials, which led to them building carbon parts for cars and carbon wheels for sulkies at their tractor garage in Munich. One day someone came and asked, “Why don’t you try making something for racing bikes?” And the rest is history. After several years of hard work, their first disc wheel was produced in 1990, followed by their first spoked wheel six years later. 1996 was also the year in which Johan Museeuw purchased Lightweight wheels before winning the World Cycling Championship.

The wheels from the tractor garage carried Bjarne Riis to victory in the 1996 Tour de France and helped Jan Ullrich achieve the same feat the following year. It didn’t take long for many other top-class cyclists to recognise the incredible quality and performance of these wheels. Many of them would comment, “Once you set off, you can’t help looking round to check if someone is pushing you.” Propulsion and motion dynamics have always been hallmarks of our products. These qualities are the direct result of an exclusive combination of top-class material, years of experience and unsurpassed expertise.

Just as Heinz Obermayer was going to close down his tractor garage for good and enjoy a well-earned retirement, the inevitable happened one day at a bicycle trade exhibition. The recently founded company CarbonSports were presenting their new bike frame, fitted with the most exclusive and most technologically advanced wheels on the market. Many people were just there to see the frame, but could hardly believe their eyes when they first held the Lightweights in their hands. What followed was a foregone conclusion. In October 2003, Lightweight started to trade under the name CarbonSports, now working closely with its own Carbon specialists in Friedrichshafen to develop and produce its bicycle wheels.

Lightweight is proud of its company history and can look back on a decade of engineering excellence and leading expertise in the field of carbon products. Back in the early nineties Heinz Obermayer developed the first ever all-carbon wheel in his workshop. Ever since then, manual work processes have been a key feature of the product portfolio, defying the tendencies of our hi-tech and digital world. The sharp eye for detail, the quest for perfection and highly precise work processes enable Lightweight to build the most exclusive wheels on which the best cyclists in the world have ridden to glory.

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Buy quick releases for road bikes

QRs have a real history, they were invented by Tullio Camagnolo. He almost despaired when he had to change gears on his rear wheel during a November race in 1927 with frozen fingers (on the wing nut in particular). Did you know that one had to take off the rear wheel and turn it over in order to get going with another gear? It's true! The rear wheels were equipped with sprockets on both sides)... Und this is how Tullio's sparkling idea was formed: The quick-release lever for a light and uncomplicated removal and remounting of the rear wheel was born and Tullio protected his idea by registering his first patent. And even today, it is impossible to image a wheel without a quick-release (or the newer thru-axle) .
The quick release can serve as colour accent on your road bike, but it can also be exchanged for an extra light version for reasons of the weight tuning. Extralite quick releases or Zipp, Tune, Procraft... we offer you a large, colourful selection at top prices. With a light QR, you can save up to 100 g of weight, but be careful, light construction quick releases do not work with horizontal dropouts, such as traditional steel frames are equipped with. If you wish a lighter quick release for such a traditional steel frame, according to our experiences so far, there is only one way, namely to use the Salsa Flip Off made of titanium.
And of course, development never stands still: if road bikes traditionally are equipped with 100 mm in the front and 130 mm in the rear, these dimensions are now changing due to the application of disc brakes and quick-release axles on road bikes. Road bikes with disc brakes have meanwhile installation widths of 135 mm in the rear (and 100 mm in the front). If you use a thru axle, you'll still have 100 mm width in the front, but 15 mm diameter, and in the rear you'll even have 142 mm and 12 mm diameter.

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