Shimano Ultegra Wheel

Shimano Ultegra Wheel
  • Model: Pair
  • Model: Front
  • Model: Rear
$250.00 - $699.99
Color
Black
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Details

Whether you're looking to upgrade your Shimano Ultegra-equipped bicycle or just wanting hot new wheels, Shimano's Ultegra wheels are the perfect choice. These beautiful race-proven hoops have all the features of Shimano's top-of-the-line models, including lightweight aluminum rims, high-quality Shimano bearings, direct-pull stainless-steel spokes, fine Shimano quick-releases and the amazing road feel and riding performance of all Shimano wheels. Plus, they boast tubeless tire technology (tubeless tires sold separately), which provide a velvety-smooth ride, fantastic cornering and practically eliminate flat tires too.

Specs

Size(s) 700c
Model Clincher
Rim Material Aluminum
Hub(s) Shimano Ultegra
Spokes (Front/Rear) Stainless-steel, bladed
Holes (Front/Rear) 16/20
Nipples Aluminum
Axle(s) Aluminum
Skewer(s) Shimano Ultegra, aluminum
Weight (Front/Rear) 1,652 grams (pair)
Lacing (Front/Rear) Front: radial; Rear: drive side: radial; non-drive side: 2-cross
Cassette Compatibility Shimano 8-, 9-, 10-speed (cassettes sold separately)

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Black / Pair 689228293984 EWH6700FRCAX
Black / Front 689228293991 EWH6700FCAX SHI24987372L
Black / Rear 689228294004 EWH6700RCAX

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4.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Even tension 
  • Lightweight 
  • Ready to ride 
  • Well built / quality 

Best Uses

  • Climbing 
  • Serious racing/training 

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4

Almost as god as Dura Ace

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from Prairie Village, KS

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Ready to Ride
  • Even Tension
  • Strong Material and Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Climbing
    • Serious Racing/Training

    Comments:

    These are serious quality wheels for the money. They don't have the titanium free hub bodies like the Dura Ace models, but I challenge anyone to notice the difference in ride quality. I have a friend that has both, and he can't tell you a difference. The only thing I can say is that the Dura Ace models will most likely last longer(at least, the hubs) and are 11 speed compatible. In 5 years we will all be there. When that day comes, I buy a fresh wheel set. Save the money and get these.

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