Tag: Princeton CarbonWorks
A 22 mm inner width, low weight, a hooked tire bed for tube-type or tubeless clinchers, a tubular option, and even versions for rim brake...
The new hubs are intended to go head-to-head against the formidable DT Swiss 180.
When you're Filippo Ganna you get wheels and tyres that don't even exist.
Matthieu Van der Poel isn't expected to hold onto yellow past the upcoming time trial, but every advantage may help.
We take a look at some of the new, unbranded, prototype, and non-sponsor-correct wheels and tyres used in this year's Tour de France pelo...
The so-called "Meilenstein Killer" is sub-1,100 g, but with a modern aero shape.
Prototypes briefly previewed — and then deleted — on Tom Pidcock’s Instagram account.
Those whale-inspired wheels are a source of contention.
Princeton CarbonWorks is the brainchild of a few mechanical and aerospace engineering graduates from Princeton University who boldly clai...