Stans NoTubes ZTR Grail wheelsets - clincher

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[Jul 20, 2016]
Ryan

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Price, Stiff, Low-Maintenance, Replaceable free-hub

Weakness:

Weight (maybe if you are a weenie)

I bought the ZTR Grail Team 3.30 Disc last year and have been very satisfied. I prefer dirt and own a Specialized Crux Pro as my CX bike. Last year I was deciding what to do with my old K2 Mod 4 triple and decided to make it a townie. I thought, I'd like to have a set of road disc wheels for my CX bike that I could use for dirt in a pinch. Enter the Stans Grail.

The road-tubeless setup was right up my alley because I didn't want to mess with tubulars and was very familiar with Stans from my MTB. In addition to these wheels, I bought the "Road Tubeless Bundle - Sector" with the Hutchinson Sector 28's. The ride is super smooth, feels very stable at speed and I haven't had to adjust the wheels in probably 500+ miles. The tubeless setup is easier than mountain bike tires to set up without a compressor. I've had very little sealant leakage to boot.

The tire pressure range on the Sectors is from 80 - 101 PSI. I've run them as low as 70 PSI and haven't had any issues. Super solid, and reminiscent of my old Mavic Ksyruim Elite wheels that never needed a true in 10+ years.

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