EPIC 3.4 DISC
Lightweight Aero Disc Brake Wheel System

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The ultimate lightweight disc brake wheelset. Designed for rides with a lot of climbing and sprinting. The EPIC 3.4 DISC is the lightest aerodynamic wheel, with the best handling, specifically made for disc brakes.


Rider Type
Is this wheelset right for you?

Road Racing

The EPIC 3.4 is the ideal wheelset for road races involving a lot of climbing or attack sprinting. It's great for gaining speed out of criterium racing corners. The incredibly stable handling keeps things safe when riding in a peleton, and the light weight, high stiffness wheel system is great for breakaways or catching the wheel of a passing rider.

Triathlon

For the best triathlon time savings, we generally recommend a higher rim depth wheelset, like the EPIC 7.10 , but if you are looking for a wheelset for very windy conditions the EPIC 3.4 is for you. Choose this wheelset if your looking for an ultra stable lightweight wheelset for windy days or courses with significant climbing.

Recreation

The EPIC 3.4 is the perfect recreational wheelset. You will love the dramatic increase in speed over traditional wheels. The highly stable EPIC 3.4 is great for side-by-side or paceline riding in group rides. The lightweight and super stiff rim design will help you on climbs and when sprinting to catch, or break away, from other riders.



Disc Brake Rims
Specifically Designed For Use with Disc Brakes

Featuring a disc specific carbon construction, no braking surface, and compatibility with clincher and tubeless tires.


System-Optimised™ Design
A Different Approach To Wheel Design

Tokyowheel System-Optimized™ wheels have distinctly different front and rear rims to maximize performance.


CFD Engineered
Computational Fluid Dynamics

Faster, more aerodynamic wheels as a result of engineering in a computer simulated windtunnel.


Carbon-Strut™ Construction
Unique Carbon Fiber Manufacturing That is Lighter and Stronger

69 folded layers of carbon fiber arranged in a stronger, lighter construction only possible with System-Optimized™ wheels.


Standard Disc Hubs and Spokes
Tokyowheel™ VAPOR DISC Hubs & Aero Bladed Spokes

Lightweight, durable disc brake road bike hubs and strong aerodynamic straight-pull spokes. Choose between standard 6 Bolt or Center-Lock mounted disc rotors, and either Quick-Release or Thru-Axle (12mm/15mm Front, 12mm Rear). Available with optional Sapim Cx-Ray Spokes.



What's In The Box
All The Accessories You Need

Titanium Quick-Release Skewers (Included with Quick-Release Compatible Hub Options), Nylon Rim Strips, Valve Extensions.

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Technical Specifications & Geometry

Weight* 1538g - 1648g (depending on hub & spoke options)
Rim 700c Carbon Clincher Disc Specific
Rim Weight* Front: 450g, Rear 500g
Rim Depth Front: 33mm, Rear 43mm
Internal Rim Width 18mm
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Weight* 1538g - 1648g (depending on hub & spoke options) 1738g - 1848g (depending on hub & spoke options)
Rim 700c Carbon Clincher Disc Specific 700c Carbon Clincher Disc Specific
Rim Weight* Front: 450g, Rear 500g Front 550g, Rear 600g
Rim Depth Front: 33mm, Rear 43mm Front 55mm, Rear 65mm
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FAQ

14-21 days is our estimated delivery window. We make this window 95% of the time. If you have an event coming up or something we can put a rush on the order. This means it will be processed preferentially where possible, which will shave a few days off the lead time.

We include the correct length valve extenders for every order. If you prefer to not use extenders and go with longer tube valve stems please be aware that the exact valve length required can be affected by your pump head. With most pumps you should be safe with 15mm of valve left showing out of the rim and some work with as little as 12mm.

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