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2016 Racing 3 wheels are ideal for both racing and for everyday training.
Fulcrum Wheels was established by three aerospace engineers who are passionate about bicycles. The strong young company boast numerous unique patents, on-going technological research, and attractive and young-spirited design.
- Differentiated rim heights – 24mm at front for optimal maneuverability; 30mm at rear for optimal power transfer.
- Oversized hub body in aluminium painted white gives strong lateral stiffness while reducing weight.
- Fulcrum 2:1 spoke ratio on rear wheel double the number of spokes on the drive side for greater wheel stability and improved power transfer in the rear wheel. 16 straight pull aero spokes on front wheel 21 on rear.
- Fulcrum Dynamic Balance keeps the Racing 3 wheels perfectly stable but is achieved in the rim milling process rather than spokes in the Racing 5.
- Milled rim to reduce the peripheral weight of the rim increasing reactivity.
- Shimano/SRAM compatible, will fit Shimano 11-speed cassettes.
- Weights: Front 670g, Rear 885g.
- "Climbing was a real treat too thanks to the stiffness, and none of your effort is wasted lugging extra weight up the hills, making them a pleasure to ride." Review by Cycling Weekly, July 2013
Quality Price Value
Product:Fulcrum Racing 3, 1,558g £450
Price as reviewed:£450.00
This product is featured in: Seven of the best upgrade wheels.
From first look to first ride, you know Fulcrum has made a top quality product.
A milled rim reduces weight and looks pro. At the rear there’s a 2:1 spoke ratio, and an oversized hub flange to enhance stiffness on the drive side.
The large hubs are tough, with an aero profile to help reduce drag, even if it is small, it’s the details that make the difference.
They accelerate with ease, and once at speed they make light work of lumps and bumps, keeping you moving forward with little complaint.
Climbing was a real treat too thanks to the stiffness, and none of your effort is wasted lugging extra weight up the hills, making them a pleasure to ride." (Posted on 14/05/2014)