North American Hand Built Show | Hartford, CT

North American Hand Built Show | Hartford, CT February 16-18 Ahead of NAHBS we teased the unveiling of WAKE [D] 6560 on a stunner BH G7 “Something wicked this way comes.” BH has been instrumental in our photography content, particularly Matt Sodnicar, and this photo becoming our most liked Instagram post to date was a […]

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Triathlete Magazine March/April | Adventure Issue

SWOON | Ivy League Wheels at a State School Price | Princeton CarbonWorks Wheels Will Make Your Head Spin Princeton CarbonWorks’ new carbon clincher wheelset is designed around a rim with 24 sinusoidal oscillations, creating a shape that aims to cut through the wind faster than a standard rim profile.  Alternating between 60 and 65mm […]

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Better Speed

It’s just a memo – about how Princeton CarbonWorks makes you faster. Princeton CarbonWorks #betterspeed Memo “Cyclists don’t want aerodynamic wheels: They want fast, light wheels. Wheel design advanced through carbon fiber pushed the envelope, while unfortunately staying confined by an industry adage “width, depth, weight – optimize one, compromise the others.” This leads to […]

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Princeton CarbonWorks-Reinventing the Wheel Read the full feature here! Princeton CarbonWorks – reinventing the wheel

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Better Speed | Princeton CarbonWorks and Hamish Bond | New Zealand TT Champion

Better Speed | Princeton CarbonWorks and Hamish Bond | New Zealand TT Champion *Photo NZ Herald This picture sums up Hamish Bond’s ambition to succeed as a time triallist. He defines determination. His mouth hoovers oxygen, his nose drips sweat, his chin offers a free bungy-jump to a stream of unrepentant saliva. His handlebar grip […]

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Slaying Cycling Giants in the Land of NASCAR | A2 Wind Tunnel Visit #2

December 13, 2017 | Mooresville, NC It isn’t cheap, by the end of two trips with over a dozen wheels, we spent nearly $40,000 in product testing. Trust but verify. Our first visit to A2 ( was a trajectory changing inflection point. Our second visit to A2 was a mission to validate a successful product […]

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Simply Undeniable: The Princeton CarbonWorks Team

Simply Undeniable: The Princeton Carbon Works Team At the core of Princeton CarbonWorks, Inc. are our three Founders, Marty Crotty, Brad Werntz, Harrison Macris, and our employee #1, Paul Daniels.  We are eager to tell you how we came together to design and develop our technology, create our company and create the Wake 6560. Five years […]

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The Revolutionary “Sinusoidal” Design: A Trifecta of Benefits

A “Sinusoid” is a mathematical curve that describes a smooth and repetitive oscillation.  The WAKE 6560 has 24 such waves molded into its carbon fiber.  The profile provides benefits to mechanics, aerodynamics, and weight. Mechanically, the dynamic cross-section variability – WAKE – puts spoke tension point at a symmetrically convex section of carbon, vs concave […]

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The Numbers | A2 Wind Tunnel Visit #1

Mooresville, North Carolina | March 13, 2017 We went into the testing with the attitude of “well, now we figure out if we are full of shit or actually as good as we’ve been telling everybody.”  The results were relief, justification, validation and a point of pride. The Yaw Conversation:  What Really Matters? This is […]

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