Evaura 6D 700c Wheels
Wide, low profile and light. Our vertically compliant Evaura range is made for saving rotational weight on climbs and making long rides comfortable even in the last miles of an all-day effort.
Our Evaura 6D 700c wheels are low profile and vertically compliant, giving improved comfort on endurance events and are low inertia to aid climbing.
The wider stance of the 19mm internal, 24mm external, rim width profile allows you to run your choice of traditional or tubeless tyres and are well suited to modern tyres ranging from 25C through to 35C widths to deliver enhanced comfort and grip.
Hand built with lightweight double butted spokes and featuring a 2:1 (16/8E) rear lacing pattern and wide spaced flanges that combine to reduce lateral flex in the rear wheel.
Our sealed bearing RS 6Drive hub features 6 individually sprung reversed pawls mounted into the hub shell that simultaneously engage onto the 30-point freehub driver for positive torque transmission.
Supplied pre-taped the Evaura Race 6D wheels are tubeless ready from the box.
|Rims||Halo Evaura Rim 700c|
|Hubs||Halo RS Front and RS 6Drive hubs|
|Spokes||Halo Black double butted stainless spokes |
|Nipples||Halo Red Alloy Race Nipples|
|Internal Rim Width||19mm |
|External Rim Width||24mm |
|Rim Joint type||Sleeved|
|Front Hub Spacing||100mm|
|Rear Hub Spacing||135mm|
|Drillings||Front-20 radial laced, Rear- 24 (16/8E - 2:1 for lateral stiffness)|
|Freehub Type||Shimano HG, Campag|
|Drive System||Halo 6Drive|
|Spoke pattern||Radial front, 2 cross drive rear, 1 Cross non-drive rear|
|Recommended Tyre size||23-38C|
Reviews Halo Evaura road.cc
Great sub-£300 wheels, ideal for winter training
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Freehub GuideWhich freehub type do I need for my cassette?
In the world of ever growing cassette options, the amount of freehubs on offer has needed to grow.
For geared hubs we currently offer Shimano type HG (Road or MTB types), SRAM type XD and XDR and Campagnolo ED type freehubs.
We have created the below diagrams to show the differences between the most commonly used types (Shimano HG and SRAM XD/XDR).
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