CADEN Carbon Bike Wheels
  • Tubular Rim Tape or Glue?

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    Tubular Rim Tape or Glue? Take the best advantage of your Australian Built Carbon Road Wheels. Superwide, Lightweight & Durable. FREE SHIPPING & 3 YEAR WARRANTY ON OUR ENTIRE RANGE.

    Caden 3D tape brings back a fast & effective solution for tubular rims.

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    Life’s better on Australian built oversized U shaped road wheels for a third of the big brand price. 10/11 Speed Compatible, High TG heat resistant resins, advanced kevlar anti fracture, true tension 2 to 1 spoke ratios are just the start of how we’ll help make your next carbon wheelset choice really easy. Caden builds wheels for road racers, triathletes & every day riders that want wide blunt profiles, stiff durable hand spoking, 3 year warranty & helpful Aussie service.

    Our full carbon fibre wheels come with everything you’ll need to get riding fast with no fuss or missing pieces. Wheels include FREE valve extenders with Teflon sealant (to avoid nasty valve leaks), FREE ceramic composite brake pads, FREE rim tape & FREE lightweight titanium skewers.

    Caden wheels are meticulously hand spoked with elbow out wide flange placement on the front and 2 to 1 spoke ratio on the rear to make sure your wheel corners correctly, accelerates without lag & doesn’t make noise. I’m 6ft 4inches 95kg and build the wheels to withstand riding pressures above the norm so you can enjoy them for years to come. All our wheels undergo rigorous testing and we stand by them with a 3 year warranty plus a generous crash replacement policy (that we hope you’ll never have to use but hey #hit happens and if it does we’ll look after you).

    External nipples, sealed bearings & true tension spoke patterns make Caden’s long lasting and very easy to maintain. Our subtle stealth logo’s are hand printed in house with a 2 pack epoxy ink that doesn’t come off unlike stickers that can flap after a few races. For our last wheel print we used less than 10 grams of ink for 40 wheels compared to a single sticker weighing between 1-2 grams. Show less
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