Hi, James Ferrer here. I just completed a great live event with the Tokyowheel community, and I want to share it with you, so you can get all the value that was presented during the event.
Today we're going to talk about a very important topic, that is tubular versus clincher versus tubeless, what does that mean and which one should you choose?
One of the questions that I get asked all the time is what are the benefits of carbon wheels, and what's the value of carbon wheels compared to a standard metal aluminum wheel? I'm gonna give you that info today, so let's get right into it.
We’ve been working on something of late that we’re pretty excited about. We’re ready to build our first batch of wheels in the USA. We’re starting small so we can keep an eye on all the variables in play. We do have a limited number of wheelsets to sell however.
Tokyowheel has the best guarantee in the industry, we offer a 65 day test ride and pay customers 110% money back if they return their wheels. Despite this fact, we get very few returns, and that’s something we're incredibly proud of. We've never actually done anything with the few return wheelsets we have received, but this is about to change.
I've got an update for you about the CORE carbon mountain bike wheels! These products went on pre-sale a few months ago, and many customers were excitedly awaiting their wheels to ship. I am happy to report that we have been shipping wheels to customers for over a week now. From now on, the CORE MTB wheels will be normally available.
We’ve got an all new product line for you. Up until now, Tokyowheel has been focused on road, triathlon, and cyclocross wheels. Over the years however, we’ve had a huge number of requests for mountain bike products. We’re very happy today to be able to introduce the new Tokyowheel CORE Carbon Mountain Bike Wheels!
I've got great news for everyone who is participating in UCI (Union Cyclist International) sanctioned races.