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G3 ENVE SES 3.4 Powermeter Clincher Wheelset Black, Campagnolo

While some may still scoff at the mere notion of carbon clinchers, we sleep well at night knowing that these same naysayers are secretly drooling over the likes of the PowerTap G3 SES 3. 4 Clincher/Joule GPS Wheelset. And after combining the engineering techniques from Utah carbon innovator, Enve, with the power training technologies of PowerTap, we argue that the incessant comparing and contrasting between tubulars and clinchers becomes utterly irrelevant. Now, there's finally a wheelset that utilizes the very latest in carbon wheel design, the G3 PowerTap rear hub, and the all new Joule cycling computer. Led by aero-engineering legend Simon Smart and Enve Composites, the rims of this wheelset are identical to those found on the Enve Smart System 3. 4 carbon clinchers. Enve used its most sophisticated technology and engineering techniques to create this fast, stiff, and aerodynamic wheelset. The 3. 4's aerodynamic design starts with the size differential of the wheels. Enve accounted for the different behaviors of front and rear wheels and designed the 3. 4s with a front wheel that's 35mm deep and 26mm wide, while the rear wheel is 45mm deep and 24mm wide. The front wheel's shallow profile and wide stance helps decrease drag in windy conditions. On the other hand, the rear wheel's depth decreases drag because stability is less affected at the aft position of the bike. But, the SES 3. 4 clincher is not only aero, it's also light, stiff, and strong. The Enve SES series boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio on the market, and its due in part to Enve's patented process of molding in spoke holes, nipple seats, and valve stem holes. This means that when you combine the hand-built Enve carbon clincher hoops with the new PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub and a super-light PowerTap Front Hub, it adds up to one of the lightest and stiffest carbon PowerTap clincher wheelsets ever produced. On the PowerTap's end, the company completely overhauled the design of previous ...

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G3 Hub Black, 28 Hole, Shimano

The PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is definitively PowerTap's top offering. Where the earlier generation stood out for its larger-than-normal diameter, this one has a powermeter disguised inside a traditional-looking 57mm flange diameter and subtle matte Black finish. It's also significantly lighter. In other words, it looks and feels like a regular hub. For reference, Chris King hubs have a flange diameter of 53mm, so the G3 is just a teeny bit larger. And for reference, hubs of Ultegra-quality are around 350g, so the 325g G3 Hub is lighter than all but than the very top-tier rear hubs on the market. Admittedly, there was a sort-of dorky virtue in having a bulky carbon hub that shouted "powermeter," and the individualized aesthetic of PowerTap's older hubs functioned as advertising. However, PowerTap's power-measuring hubs were so obvious it often acted as an impediment for many potential users. The sleek and stealthy design of the G3 eliminates this distraction. Knowing the value in weight reduction and stealth measuring, PowerTap looked at how to improve its powermeter without any compromise in performance. The G3 design still has a "torque tube" with eight strain gauges, yielding measurements accurate within +/- 1. 5%. But PowerTap didn't stop there. Rather than keep the electronics permanently affixed to the hub shell, PowerTap decided to build the electronics into the end cap. This is a big change, and a welcome one. By having a removable electronic element, it means that if there's a wheel-based problem with power readings, you're able to get a spare cap and install it, rather than sending your wheel back to PowerTap and waiting for the issue to be resolved. Another improvement that comes with this change is that a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The 2032 should last for approximately 300 hours of riding. The G3 is equipped with an ANT+ tr...

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G3 ENVE SES 3.4 Powermeter Clincher Wheelset Black, Shimano

While some may still scoff at the mere notion of carbon clinchers, we sleep well at night knowing that these same naysayers are secretly drooling over the likes of the PowerTap G3 SES 3. 4 Clincher/Joule GPS Wheelset. And after combining the engineering techniques from Utah carbon innovator, Enve, with the power training technologies of PowerTap, we argue that the incessant comparing and contrasting between tubulars and clinchers becomes utterly irrelevant. Now, there's finally a wheelset that utilizes the very latest in carbon wheel design, the G3 PowerTap rear hub, and the all new Joule cycling computer. Led by aero-engineering legend Simon Smart and Enve Composites, the rims of this wheelset are identical to those found on the Enve Smart System 3. 4 carbon clinchers. Enve used its most sophisticated technology and engineering techniques to create this fast, stiff, and aerodynamic wheelset. The 3. 4's aerodynamic design starts with the size differential of the wheels. Enve accounted for the different behaviors of front and rear wheels and designed the 3. 4s with a front wheel that's 35mm deep and 26mm wide, while the rear wheel is 45mm deep and 24mm wide. The front wheel's shallow profile and wide stance helps decrease drag in windy conditions. On the other hand, the rear wheel's depth decreases drag because stability is less affected at the aft position of the bike. But, the SES 3. 4 clincher is not only aero, it's also light, stiff, and strong. The Enve SES series boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio on the market, and its due in part to Enve's patented process of molding in spoke holes, nipple seats, and valve stem holes. This means that when you combine the hand-built Enve carbon clincher hoops with the new PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub and a super-light PowerTap Front Hub, it adds up to one of the lightest and stiffest carbon PowerTap clincher wheelsets ever produced. On the PowerTap's end, the company completely overhauled the design of previous ...

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G3 Hub Black, 20 Hole, Shimano

The PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is definitively PowerTap's top offering. Where the earlier generation stood out for its larger-than-normal diameter, this one has a powermeter disguised inside a traditional-looking 57mm flange diameter and subtle matte Black finish. It's also significantly lighter. In other words, it looks and feels like a regular hub. For reference, Chris King hubs have a flange diameter of 53mm, so the G3 is just a teeny bit larger. And for reference, hubs of Ultegra-quality are around 350g, so the 325g G3 Hub is lighter than all but than the very top-tier rear hubs on the market. Admittedly, there was a sort-of dorky virtue in having a bulky carbon hub that shouted "powermeter," and the individualized aesthetic of PowerTap's older hubs functioned as advertising. However, PowerTap's power-measuring hubs were so obvious it often acted as an impediment for many potential users. The sleek and stealthy design of the G3 eliminates this distraction. Knowing the value in weight reduction and stealth measuring, PowerTap looked at how to improve its powermeter without any compromise in performance. The G3 design still has a "torque tube" with eight strain gauges, yielding measurements accurate within +/- 1. 5%. But PowerTap didn't stop there. Rather than keep the electronics permanently affixed to the hub shell, PowerTap decided to build the electronics into the end cap. This is a big change, and a welcome one. By having a removable electronic element, it means that if there's a wheel-based problem with power readings, you're able to get a spare cap and install it, rather than sending your wheel back to PowerTap and waiting for the issue to be resolved. Another improvement that comes with this change is that a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The 2032 should last for approximately 300 hours of riding. The G3 is equipped with an ANT+ tr...

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Front Hub Black, 24 hole

Match your PowerTap G3 with the PowerTap Front Hub to give your bike a more finished look. Your bike will look better. You will feel happier. The world will be a better place. For years, PowerTap had a problem. Not only was its powermeter hiding underneath a rather bulky rear hub, but the hub didn't match any front hub on the market. Cyclists pretend not to be a vain lot, but woe is the rider who dares riding mismatched wheels on the Sunday parade/hammerfest. So, PowerTap did the smart thing and designed a front hub that matched its powermeter rear hubs. Originally, it had carbon fiber windows to match the aesthetic of the rear hubs, even with the same graphic treatment. And now that they've evolved from the windows, the front hub has as well. The new hub lost 27g in weight and it received a new 10mm diameter axle -- replacing the previous 9mm axle. It's both lighter and stiffer, which is always appreciated. In fact, the hub tips the scales around a svelte 97 grams. The hub shell is constructed from aluminum and the hub features an aluminum axle that runs on 6901 sealed bearing cartridges. The flanges are drilled for 20, 24, 28, or 32 spokes. The spoke holes are 2. 5mm in diameter, so just about all conventional J-bend spokes will fit. The spoke holes aren't slotted, nor is slotting recommended. The hub is able to be built into a wheel with either radial or crossed spokes. For home wheel builders, the measurements are as follows: hub center-to-flange distance is 34. 4mm on both sides and the flange diameter is 38mm. The PowerTap Front Hub may have "power" written on it, but it neither takes nor transmits power readings. It's available in the color Black, and it does not include a quick-release skewer.

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15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit One Color, Shimano 11SP

You use your PowerTap hub every single day. And no matter how clean you keep your bike and drivetrain, chances are that, sooner or later, the grooves on your freehub start to show signs of wear. Rather than having to replace the entire hub, or send it back for service, the easily-installed PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit will get you up and riding in no time. The PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit is available with either a Shimano 10- or 11-speed or Campagnolo 11-speed compatibility. It's also being offered with a Ceramic 11-speed Shimano option.

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G3 Hub Black, 20 Hole, Shimano

The PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is definitively PowerTap's top offering. Where the earlier generation stood out for its larger-than-normal diameter, this one has a powermeter disguised inside a traditional-looking 57mm flange diameter and subtle matte Black finish. It's also significantly lighter. In other words, it looks and feels like a regular hub. For reference, Chris King hubs have a flange diameter of 53mm, so the G3 is just a teeny bit larger. And for reference, hubs of Ultegra-quality are around 350g, so the 325g G3 Hub is lighter than all but than the very top-tier rear hubs on the market. Admittedly, there was a sort-of dorky virtue in having a bulky carbon hub that shouted "powermeter," and the individualized aesthetic of PowerTap's older hubs functioned as advertising. However, PowerTap's power-measuring hubs were so obvious it often acted as an impediment for many potential users. The sleek and stealthy design of the G3 eliminates this distraction. Knowing the value in weight reduction and stealth measuring, PowerTap looked at how to improve its powermeter without any compromise in performance. The G3 design still has a "torque tube" with eight strain gauges, yielding measurements accurate within +/- 1. 5%. But PowerTap didn't stop there. Rather than keep the electronics permanently affixed to the hub shell, PowerTap decided to build the electronics into the end cap. This is a big change, and a welcome one. By having a removable electronic element, it means that if there's a wheel-based problem with power readings, you're able to get a spare cap and install it, rather than sending your wheel back to PowerTap and waiting for the issue to be resolved. Another improvement that comes with this change is that a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The 2032 should last for approximately 300 hours of riding. The G3 is equipped with an ANT+ tr...

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G3 ENVE SES 3.4 Powermeter Clincher Wheelset

While some may still scoff at the mere notion of carbon clinchers, we sleep well at night knowing that these same naysayers are secretly drooling over the likes of the PowerTap G3 SES 3. 4 Clincher/Joule GPS Wheelset. And after combining the engineering techniques from Utah carbon innovator, Enve, with the power training technologies of PowerTap, we argue that the incessant comparing and contrasting between tubulars and clinchers becomes utterly irrelevant. Now, there's finally a wheelset that utilizes the very latest in carbon wheel design, the G3 PowerTap rear hub, and the all new Joule cycling computer. Led by aero-engineering legend Simon Smart and Enve Composites, the rims of this wheelset are identical to those found on the Enve Smart System 3. 4 carbon clinchers. Enve used its most sophisticated technology and engineering techniques to create this fast, stiff, and aerodynamic wheelset. The 3. 4's aerodynamic design starts with the size differential of the wheels. Enve accounted for the different behaviors of front and rear wheels and designed the 3. 4s with a front wheel that's 35mm deep and 26mm wide, while the rear wheel is 45mm deep and 24mm wide. The front wheel's shallow profile and wide stance helps decrease drag in windy conditions. On the other hand, the rear wheel's depth decreases drag because stability is less affected at the aft position of the bike. But, the SES 3. 4 clincher is not only aero, it's also light, stiff, and strong. The Enve SES series boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio on the market, and its due in part to Enve's patented process of molding in spoke holes, nipple seats, and valve stem holes. This means that when you combine the hand-built Enve carbon clincher hoops with the new PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub and a super-light PowerTap Front Hub, it adds up to one of the lightest and stiffest carbon PowerTap clincher wheelsets ever produced. On the PowerTap's end, the company completely overhauled the design of previous ...

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GS 24 Hole Straight Pull Hub w/ DT Swiss Internals Black, Shimano

PowerTap has been designing power hubs for over 15 years -- adapting to changing technology, going from bulky wired units to streamlined wireless models, it keeps ahead of the curve in terms of power metrics. And compared to many crank-based systems PowerTap hubs are not only less expensive, they are also more easily swapped between various bikes. The GS 24-hole hub with DT Swiss internals is its latest creation. The "S" in the title stands for "straight-pull" and as you would expect, the spokes on the hub are indeed straight-pull. To that end, PowerTap worked with DT Swiss to completely redesign the hub body. Although the electronics are identical to the G3 hub, and the caps are interchangeable, the body itself looks completely different. The idea behind the hub was to up the ante in durability and performance. The GS series is not a replacement for the G3, nor is it the next iteration; which is why it's not called the G4. The bodies are DT Swiss' 240 straight-pull shells and come with DT Swiss bearings for an even smoother riding wheel. Like the G3, the electronics are built into the end cap. This means that if you have wheel-based power reading problems, you're able to send just the end back rather than your whole wheel. Additionally, it is powered by a single CR2032 watch battery, which is easier to source than the two 357 batteries in older hubs. It lasts for about 300 hours of riding. The GS features an ANT+ transmitter so that any compatible head unit is able to read the metrics. The "torque tube" design of the hub features eight strain gauges that yield power measurements within +/- 1. 5% accuracy. The GS 24 Hole Straight Pull Hub w/ DT Swiss Internals comes in Black. It is available with either a Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo freehub. Please note that it does not include a skewer.

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G3 ENVE SES 3.4 Powermeter Clincher Wheelset Black, Shimano

While some may still scoff at the mere notion of carbon clinchers, we sleep well at night knowing that these same naysayers are secretly drooling over the likes of the PowerTap G3 SES 3. 4 Clincher/Joule GPS Wheelset. And after combining the engineering techniques from Utah carbon innovator, Enve, with the power training technologies of PowerTap, we argue that the incessant comparing and contrasting between tubulars and clinchers becomes utterly irrelevant. Now, there's finally a wheelset that utilizes the very latest in carbon wheel design, the G3 PowerTap rear hub, and the all new Joule cycling computer. Led by aero-engineering legend Simon Smart and Enve Composites, the rims of this wheelset are identical to those found on the Enve Smart System 3. 4 carbon clinchers. Enve used its most sophisticated technology and engineering techniques to create this fast, stiff, and aerodynamic wheelset. The 3. 4's aerodynamic design starts with the size differential of the wheels. Enve accounted for the different behaviors of front and rear wheels and designed the 3. 4s with a front wheel that's 35mm deep and 26mm wide, while the rear wheel is 45mm deep and 24mm wide. The front wheel's shallow profile and wide stance helps decrease drag in windy conditions. On the other hand, the rear wheel's depth decreases drag because stability is less affected at the aft position of the bike. But, the SES 3. 4 clincher is not only aero, it's also light, stiff, and strong. The Enve SES series boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio on the market, and its due in part to Enve's patented process of molding in spoke holes, nipple seats, and valve stem holes. This means that when you combine the hand-built Enve carbon clincher hoops with the new PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub and a super-light PowerTap Front Hub, it adds up to one of the lightest and stiffest carbon PowerTap clincher wheelsets ever produced. On the PowerTap's end, the company completely overhauled the design of previous ...

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GS 24 Hole Straight Pull Hub w/ DT Swiss Internals

PowerTap has been designing power hubs for over 15 years -- adapting to changing technology, going from bulky wired units to streamlined wireless models, it keeps ahead of the curve in terms of power metrics. And compared to many crank-based systems PowerTap hubs are not only less expensive, they are also more easily swapped between various bikes. The GS 24-hole hub with DT Swiss internals is its latest creation. The "S" in the title stands for "straight-pull" and as you would expect, the spokes on the hub are indeed straight-pull. To that end, PowerTap worked with DT Swiss to completely redesign the hub body. Although the electronics are identical to the G3 hub, and the caps are interchangeable, the body itself looks completely different. The idea behind the hub was to up the ante in durability and performance. The GS series is not a replacement for the G3, nor is it the next iteration; which is why it's not called the G4. The bodies are DT Swiss' 240 straight-pull shells and come with DT Swiss bearings for an even smoother riding wheel. Like the G3, the electronics are built into the end cap. This means that if you have wheel-based power reading problems, you're able to send just the end back rather than your whole wheel. Additionally, it is powered by a single CR2032 watch battery, which is easier to source than the two 357 batteries in older hubs. It lasts for about 300 hours of riding. The GS features an ANT+ transmitter so that any compatible head unit is able to read the metrics. The "torque tube" design of the hub features eight strain gauges that yield power measurements within +/- 1. 5% accuracy. The GS 24 Hole Straight Pull Hub w/ DT Swiss Internals comes in Black. It is available with either a Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo freehub. Please note that it does not include a skewer.

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G3C Hub Black, 32 Hole, Shimano

Ceramic Speed bearings are said to be the lightest, smoothest, and most durable bearings on the market. When you read about pro teams replacing stock bearings with ceramics, Ceramic Speed is the company they rely on. These bearings are hybrid ceramic, with steel races and rounder-than-round ceramic balls. They're the ne plus ultra of the bearing world and are the upgrade that transforms the PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub into the G3C Wireless Hub. They run smoother, and they shave 10g off of the total weight of the G3 rear hub. G3 is short for Generation Three. Much like the G2 hub, this one chops a prodigious amount of weight off the previous version, but it does much more than that. The G3 design looks like a conventional hub, with a Matte Black finish and smaller diameter that masks the hub's purpose. This is only the most obvious of the changes. A much bigger deal is the new electronics configuration. They're now attached to the left hub cap rather than to the hub body, and they're able to be serviced without sending back the hub or rendering it useless. That the brains of the hub are able to be serviced without sending back the wheel is huge. Just about every single powermeter ever produced, whether it's a hub, crank, or a pedal, it needs to be serviced at some time over its operating life. Until now, you've needed to give up your precious meter for days, or even weeks, to get it worked on and returned. We've witnessed power fiends get despondent and desperate, trying to figure out how they can source a spare powermeter for the duration of the absence. Now, you're able to get a spare cap with all of the electronics before you send yours in. And shipping is simpler and cheaper when you don't have to stick a wheel in a box. Another improvement that comes with this change is a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The battery should last for approxima...

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G3 Hub Black, 28 Hole, Campagnolo

The PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is definitively PowerTap's top offering. Where the earlier generation stood out for its larger-than-normal diameter, this one has a powermeter disguised inside a traditional-looking 57mm flange diameter and subtle matte Black finish. It's also significantly lighter. In other words, it looks and feels like a regular hub. For reference, Chris King hubs have a flange diameter of 53mm, so the G3 is just a teeny bit larger. And for reference, hubs of Ultegra-quality are around 350g, so the 325g G3 Hub is lighter than all but than the very top-tier rear hubs on the market. Admittedly, there was a sort-of dorky virtue in having a bulky carbon hub that shouted "powermeter," and the individualized aesthetic of PowerTap's older hubs functioned as advertising. However, PowerTap's power-measuring hubs were so obvious it often acted as an impediment for many potential users. The sleek and stealthy design of the G3 eliminates this distraction. Knowing the value in weight reduction and stealth measuring, PowerTap looked at how to improve its powermeter without any compromise in performance. The G3 design still has a "torque tube" with eight strain gauges, yielding measurements accurate within +/- 1. 5%. But PowerTap didn't stop there. Rather than keep the electronics permanently affixed to the hub shell, PowerTap decided to build the electronics into the end cap. This is a big change, and a welcome one. By having a removable electronic element, it means that if there's a wheel-based problem with power readings, you're able to get a spare cap and install it, rather than sending your wheel back to PowerTap and waiting for the issue to be resolved. Another improvement that comes with this change is that a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The 2032 should last for approximately 300 hours of riding. The G3 is equipped with an ANT+ tr...

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15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit One Color, Campagnolo

You use your PowerTap hub every single day. And no matter how clean you keep your bike and drivetrain, chances are that, sooner or later, the grooves on your freehub start to show signs of wear. Rather than having to replace the entire hub, or send it back for service, the easily-installed PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit will get you up and riding in no time. The PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit is available with either a Shimano 10- or 11-speed or Campagnolo 11-speed compatibility. It's also being offered with a Ceramic 11-speed Shimano option.

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G3C Hub Black, 20 Hole, Shimano

Ceramic Speed bearings are said to be the lightest, smoothest, and most durable bearings on the market. When you read about pro teams replacing stock bearings with ceramics, Ceramic Speed is the company they rely on. These bearings are hybrid ceramic, with steel races and rounder-than-round ceramic balls. They're the ne plus ultra of the bearing world and are the upgrade that transforms the PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub into the G3C Wireless Hub. They run smoother, and they shave 10g off of the total weight of the G3 rear hub. G3 is short for Generation Three. Much like the G2 hub, this one chops a prodigious amount of weight off the previous version, but it does much more than that. The G3 design looks like a conventional hub, with a Matte Black finish and smaller diameter that masks the hub's purpose. This is only the most obvious of the changes. A much bigger deal is the new electronics configuration. They're now attached to the left hub cap rather than to the hub body, and they're able to be serviced without sending back the hub or rendering it useless. That the brains of the hub are able to be serviced without sending back the wheel is huge. Just about every single powermeter ever produced, whether it's a hub, crank, or a pedal, it needs to be serviced at some time over its operating life. Until now, you've needed to give up your precious meter for days, or even weeks, to get it worked on and returned. We've witnessed power fiends get despondent and desperate, trying to figure out how they can source a spare powermeter for the duration of the absence. Now, you're able to get a spare cap with all of the electronics before you send yours in. And shipping is simpler and cheaper when you don't have to stick a wheel in a box. Another improvement that comes with this change is a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The battery should last for approxima...

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G3 ENVE SES 3.4 Powermeter Clincher Wheelset Black, Campagnolo

While some may still scoff at the mere notion of carbon clinchers, we sleep well at night knowing that these same naysayers are secretly drooling over the likes of the PowerTap G3 SES 3. 4 Clincher/Joule GPS Wheelset. And after combining the engineering techniques from Utah carbon innovator, Enve, with the power training technologies of PowerTap, we argue that the incessant comparing and contrasting between tubulars and clinchers becomes utterly irrelevant. Now, there's finally a wheelset that utilizes the very latest in carbon wheel design, the G3 PowerTap rear hub, and the all new Joule cycling computer. Led by aero-engineering legend Simon Smart and Enve Composites, the rims of this wheelset are identical to those found on the Enve Smart System 3. 4 carbon clinchers. Enve used its most sophisticated technology and engineering techniques to create this fast, stiff, and aerodynamic wheelset. The 3. 4's aerodynamic design starts with the size differential of the wheels. Enve accounted for the different behaviors of front and rear wheels and designed the 3. 4s with a front wheel that's 35mm deep and 26mm wide, while the rear wheel is 45mm deep and 24mm wide. The front wheel's shallow profile and wide stance helps decrease drag in windy conditions. On the other hand, the rear wheel's depth decreases drag because stability is less affected at the aft position of the bike. But, the SES 3. 4 clincher is not only aero, it's also light, stiff, and strong. The Enve SES series boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio on the market, and its due in part to Enve's patented process of molding in spoke holes, nipple seats, and valve stem holes. This means that when you combine the hand-built Enve carbon clincher hoops with the new PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub and a super-light PowerTap Front Hub, it adds up to one of the lightest and stiffest carbon PowerTap clincher wheelsets ever produced. On the PowerTap's end, the company completely overhauled the design of previous ...

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G3 Hub Black, 28 Hole, Shimano

The PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is definitively PowerTap's top offering. Where the earlier generation stood out for its larger-than-normal diameter, this one has a powermeter disguised inside a traditional-looking 57mm flange diameter and subtle matte Black finish. It's also significantly lighter. In other words, it looks and feels like a regular hub. For reference, Chris King hubs have a flange diameter of 53mm, so the G3 is just a teeny bit larger. And for reference, hubs of Ultegra-quality are around 350g, so the 325g G3 Hub is lighter than all but than the very top-tier rear hubs on the market. Admittedly, there was a sort-of dorky virtue in having a bulky carbon hub that shouted "powermeter," and the individualized aesthetic of PowerTap's older hubs functioned as advertising. However, PowerTap's power-measuring hubs were so obvious it often acted as an impediment for many potential users. The sleek and stealthy design of the G3 eliminates this distraction. Knowing the value in weight reduction and stealth measuring, PowerTap looked at how to improve its powermeter without any compromise in performance. The G3 design still has a "torque tube" with eight strain gauges, yielding measurements accurate within +/- 1. 5%. But PowerTap didn't stop there. Rather than keep the electronics permanently affixed to the hub shell, PowerTap decided to build the electronics into the end cap. This is a big change, and a welcome one. By having a removable electronic element, it means that if there's a wheel-based problem with power readings, you're able to get a spare cap and install it, rather than sending your wheel back to PowerTap and waiting for the issue to be resolved. Another improvement that comes with this change is that a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The 2032 should last for approximately 300 hours of riding. The G3 is equipped with an ANT+ tr...

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G3 ENVE SES 3.4 Powermeter Tubular Wheelset Black, Shimano

You live and breathe by numbers. Sure, your training wheels have a PowerTap, but you need the money-makers. Why? Because you need to know just how powerful that final sprint was, but your training wheels just won't do for racing. Now, there's finally a wheelset that utilizes the very latest in carbon wheel design and power measurement, the PowerTap G3 SES 3. 4 Tubular Wheelset. Led by aero-engineering legend Simon Smart and Enve Composites, the rims of this wheelset are identical to those found on the Enve Smart System 3. 4 carbon tubulars. Enve used its most sophisticated technology and engineering techniques to create this fast, stiff, and aerodynamic wheelset. The 3. 4's aerodynamic design starts with the size differential of the wheels. Enve accounted for the different behaviors of front and rear wheels and designed the 3. 4s with a front wheel that's 35mm deep and 26mm wide, while the rear wheel is 45mm deep and 24mm wide. The front wheel's shallow profile and wide stance helps decrease drag in windy conditions. On the other hand, the rear wheel's depth decreases drag because stability is less affected at the aft position of the bike. But, the SES 3. 4 tubular is not only aero, it's also light, stiff, and strong. The Enve SES series boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio on the market, and its due in part to Enve's patented process of molding in spoke holes, nipple seats, and valve stem holes. This means that when you combine the hand-built Enve carbon tubular hoops with the new PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub and a super-light PowerTap Front Hub, it adds up to one of the lightest and stiffest carbon PowerTap tubular wheelsets ever produced. On the PowerTap end, it completely overhauled the design of previous PowerTap models, and improved multiple aspects ranging from rigidity to functionality. The new PowerTap G3 rear hub is a powermeter on a diet. An 80-gram weight reduction from the popular SL+ makes the G3 rear hub the lightest powermeter in the world. ...

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G3C Hub Black, 32 Hole, Campagnolo

Ceramic Speed bearings are said to be the lightest, smoothest, and most durable bearings on the market. When you read about pro teams replacing stock bearings with ceramics, Ceramic Speed is the company they rely on. These bearings are hybrid ceramic, with steel races and rounder-than-round ceramic balls. They're the ne plus ultra of the bearing world and are the upgrade that transforms the PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub into the G3C Wireless Hub. They run smoother, and they shave 10g off of the total weight of the G3 rear hub. G3 is short for Generation Three. Much like the G2 hub, this one chops a prodigious amount of weight off the previous version, but it does much more than that. The G3 design looks like a conventional hub, with a Matte Black finish and smaller diameter that masks the hub's purpose. This is only the most obvious of the changes. A much bigger deal is the new electronics configuration. They're now attached to the left hub cap rather than to the hub body, and they're able to be serviced without sending back the hub or rendering it useless. That the brains of the hub are able to be serviced without sending back the wheel is huge. Just about every single powermeter ever produced, whether it's a hub, crank, or a pedal, it needs to be serviced at some time over its operating life. Until now, you've needed to give up your precious meter for days, or even weeks, to get it worked on and returned. We've witnessed power fiends get despondent and desperate, trying to figure out how they can source a spare powermeter for the duration of the absence. Now, you're able to get a spare cap with all of the electronics before you send yours in. And shipping is simpler and cheaper when you don't have to stick a wheel in a box. Another improvement that comes with this change is a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The battery should last for approxima...

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G3 Hub Black, 24 Hole, Campagnolo

The PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is definitively PowerTap's top offering. Where the earlier generation stood out for its larger-than-normal diameter, this one has a powermeter disguised inside a traditional-looking 57mm flange diameter and subtle matte Black finish. It's also significantly lighter. In other words, it looks and feels like a regular hub. For reference, Chris King hubs have a flange diameter of 53mm, so the G3 is just a teeny bit larger. And for reference, hubs of Ultegra-quality are around 350g, so the 325g G3 Hub is lighter than all but than the very top-tier rear hubs on the market. Admittedly, there was a sort-of dorky virtue in having a bulky carbon hub that shouted "powermeter," and the individualized aesthetic of PowerTap's older hubs functioned as advertising. However, PowerTap's power-measuring hubs were so obvious it often acted as an impediment for many potential users. The sleek and stealthy design of the G3 eliminates this distraction. Knowing the value in weight reduction and stealth measuring, PowerTap looked at how to improve its powermeter without any compromise in performance. The G3 design still has a "torque tube" with eight strain gauges, yielding measurements accurate within +/- 1. 5%. But PowerTap didn't stop there. Rather than keep the electronics permanently affixed to the hub shell, PowerTap decided to build the electronics into the end cap. This is a big change, and a welcome one. By having a removable electronic element, it means that if there's a wheel-based problem with power readings, you're able to get a spare cap and install it, rather than sending your wheel back to PowerTap and waiting for the issue to be resolved. Another improvement that comes with this change is that a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The 2032 should last for approximately 300 hours of riding. The G3 is equipped with an ANT+ tr...

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