The legendary Azonic Outlaw wheelset is badder and bigger than ever. The Outlaw will help you roll through any rock garden and steep climbs you can throw at it. With the included adapter kit the front hub can easily be changed from a standard quick release to a 20mm thru axle. The spoke count has been lowered to 32 to save a bit of weight and the rims have been redesigned to make sure the strength stays up where it's supposed to. The Outlaw is disc brake only requiring 6 bolt rotors and the sealed cartridge bearings will keep you rolling smoothly over the toughest terrain.
Yo Customer, I'ma let you finish shopping, but the Azonic Outlaw wheelset is one of the greatest wheelsets of all time. Azonic also makes this wheelset in a 27.5 inch/650b and 26 inch version. Check out all the great products Azonic has to offer.
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|Rim Braking Surface||Disc Only|
|Rim Material||6061-T6 aluminum|
|Rim Width||20mm (inside)|
|Disc Brake Rotor Mount Type||6-Bolt|
|Spoke Count Front/Rear||32/32|
|Spoke Material||Stainless Steel|
|Hubs||Front 20mm/QR, Rear 12x142mm/QR|
|Front Wheel Weight||1,035g|
|Rear Wheel Weight||1,235g|
I've had these on 2 bikes with zero problems. Strength, reasonable weight, easily upgradeable axle options, easy to find replacement J bend spokes (never had to, but nice to know I could walk into a shop in Downieville and get a spoke on the spot). They're welded and work with Stan's kits. What's not to like? I was going to give them 2 stars 'cause one time I was riding my bike and I crashed and hit my head on a rock. But then I realized that would be stupid so I'm giving 'em five fingers instead.
Destroyed the front wheel in less than two months. Granted, I kind of ran into a large rock at high speed but hey, that's mountain biking. The rear wheel is holding together after a couple years now but is a little out of whack. I would recommend Mavic Crossrides over these for affordable strength. Just my opinion.