What happens when you combine the world’s fastest clincher wheels with unbelievable wet and dry braking? What if you add a murdered-out all-black appearance that would make Batman jealous? In a couple words:
Starting from our revolutionary 25mm-wide Jet Plus aluminum rim, we spent hundreds of hours testing and refining a new braking surface, called Turbine Braking Technology. With special machining and anodizing, the result a super clean all-black appearance and outstanding brake performance. Additionally, the consistency of stopping distances has improved by nearly a factor of five. That’s not a typo. Our all-black alloy rim and carbon cap give you all of the cool factor, and none of the safety compromises of rim brake carbon clinchers. No melted rims. No tire and tube failures. Only True Speed.
The Jet Disc Black is the fastest road wheel we make – period. With a bulged lenticular design and super wide brake track, nothing else in the world reduces drag and creates lift quite like it. In addition, the bonded carbon skin construction makes this wheel ride like a standard spoked wheel – no jarring ride that other discs are known for.
The Jet Black braking surface also adds a new dimension of speed. Contrary to popular belief, braking is critical in individual time trial racing, where you must corner and late-brake with absolute precision in order to shave every second. Who wants to lose the race (or crash) because your braking is awful on a rainy day?
This wheel is available in either a standard build with 24 rear spokes, or a Stallion build 28 rear spokes. The Stallion build is stiffer, and ideal for strong riders or those around 200 lbs and above.
1. With 23mm tires, MAX tire pressure is 90psi with inner tubes, or 80psi with tubeless tires.
2. We do NOT recommend hanging a bike equipped with Jet wheels from hooks - this can damage the carbon skin and will not be covered under warranty.
3. The anodized surface on HED Black-series rim brake wheels is a formulation that is harder than the cosmetic coating on many anodized aluminum rims. With some forethought and minimal maintenance on the rider’s part, it will last a long time. Use of clean rubber brake pads (intended for use with alloy rims) will result in the longest life of the Black surface. Road grit and rocks that become embedded in the brake pads will cause the anodized surface to wear much faster and affect the rims’ appearance and life span. Be advised that wet and/or dirty road surfaces will contaminate your brake pads. Regularly inspecting, cleaning, and replacing your brake pads will help prolong rim life.