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DT Swiss E 1900 SPLINE 30 29-inch Rear
$265.90
Nowadays, bikers ride what used to be called downhill trails on enduro bikes. The trails are getting rougher, and the demands on the gear and rider are greater. The E 1900 SPLINE has been developed to deal with precisely these requirements. With its stiff aluminum rim, lightweight straight-pull spokes, and proven DT Swiss hubs, this wheel is well-prepared for any challenge. The balance of weight and stiffness will put a smile on your face whether you're riding uphill or downhill. After all, most of the best trails don't offer lift service.
DT Swiss M 1700 Spline 30 29-inch Front
$340.00 - $353.00
Just wide enough, just light enough. At 30mm internal rim width the M 1700 SPLINE 30 works for tires ranging from slightly wide to quite wide, allowing it to attack the hardest terrain. But with a high-end build, butted spokes, patented alloy Pro Lock nipples and the benchmark Ratchet System hubs, it still comes in at a low weight. Low weight means it's very reactive to rider input. Reactive means fun, and fun is why we are all doing this, right?
DT Swiss M 1900 SPLINE 25 29-inch Rear
$253.90 - $291.90
Listen up all you seasoned all mountain riders out there, with your grazed calves and elbows! This wheel's for you. The lightweight M 1900 SPLINE 25 can withstand the toughest alpine trails. Its tubeless-ready rim has been tested by both professional mountain bikers on the trail and our experts in the lab. We've packed more than 20 years of expertise into the lightweight straight-pull hub to ensure that you'll be tearing up the trails for years to come with your M 1900 SPLINE wheels.
DT Swiss M 1700 Spline 25 29-inch Front
$340.00
Rainy days, wet soil, rocks and roots. The tubeless tires somehow find grip. The M 1700 SPLINE 25 comes stock with tubeless rim tape and valves, just the right tool for demanding trails. The wide rim gives the tire that decisive little bit more support while the Ratchet System freewheel ensures safe engagements even in the most averse conditions. Finally, being a lightweight helps you to quickly get back up to that trail entrance, to start the slip-and-grip fest all over again.
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