Harrison sits down with Velonews Technical Editor Dan Cavllari to talk all things wheels!
Things have been outwardly quiet here at PCW for the last few months, and now we are finally coming up for air. Starting way back in August, working closely with the INEOs Grenadiers, our Wake 6560 and Blur 633 were ridden to victory at the Italian National Time Trial Championships by Filippo Ganna. Shortly thereafter, […]
“The Princeton Carbon Works Grit 4540 wheels are one of the highlights of the build…” Read more here: bikeradar.com/news/custom-all-city-cosmic-stallion/
Princeton CarbonWorks is a new US wheel brand that has now arrived in the UK. These are its Grit carbon wheels designed for, yes you guessed it, gravel riding and feature a 40-45mm alternating depth rim with a 21mm internal width, are tubeless-ready and sold in rim and disc brake versions. Read more here: https://road.cc/content/tech-news/270721-shiny-new-products-princeton-hope-campagnolo-fizik-spank-fabric-and-more
We will follow up on this with a longer post, but for now, check out some hot tech!
Review: Princeton CarbonWorks Wake 6560 D Wheels Dan CavallariMarch 25, 2019 Princeton says its approach to a wavey carbon wheel yields better aerodynamics and a stronger rim. The wheels are also more affordable. MSRP $2,200.00 Weight 1,610 grams/pair Size 18mm internal rim width You’ve seen the wavy wheels before, right? Zipp did it already, right? It did, but not […]