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Tokyowheel Review Video

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Tokyowheel Video Review By Sergey from USA

Tokyowheel Review - EPIC 5.6 Disc Brake Carbon Clincher Road Bike Wheels

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Vapor vs Vapor 2 - bearing numbers for each

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There are 2 different Vapor hubs in circulation. The old one (Vapor), which we stopped selling a couple of years ago, has 6 bearings. The one we're currently selling (Vapor 2) has 8 bearings. Bearing ...

Tokyowheel Carbon Wheels, Now Built With Brass Nipples

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Tokyowheel has updated one of the critical components we use to build our high speed carbon wheels. Now, every wheel is built with brass nipples, as opposed to our previously used aluminum nipples...

Get SwissStop® Brake Pads and Continental® Tires With Your New Carbon Wheels

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Now when you buy new Tokyowheels, you have the option of upgrading your brake pads, and adding pre-installed tires and tubes to your wheels. ![](https://cdn.tokyowheel.com/files/1240/swissstop-yel...

What tires do you recommend?

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You can't go wrong with most choices from Continental - especially the Grand Prix series. Start with the basic Grand prix, then see how you feel about the durability after 500~1000k (if that's how you...

Do you sell inner tubes, tires, and cassettes?

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Yes, we do sell inner tubes, and tires, but we don't sell cassettes. We recommend getting a cassette from your local bike shop....

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Tokyowheel now sells separate carbon rims

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We've got some good news for people wanting to put together their own builds. After a bunch of requests from the community over the years, as of today you can buy rims on our website.

Learn The 6 Things You Must Know Before Buying Carbon Wheels.

FREE CARBON WHEELS COURSE

: What's The Value In Carbon Wheels?

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You Get:

Lesson 1: Why Carbon?

Lesson 2: Tubular vs. Clincher

Lesson 3: What's this 38 50 60 88 Craziness?

Lesson 4: Are Wide Rims Better?

Lesson 5: Do Spokes and Hubs Matter?

Lesson 6: How to Avoid Paying Too Much For Your Wheels

Bonus: Get Carbon Wheel Tips, News, and Special Offers