Collection: Hubs

Answer 5 questions to find the perfect Hubs for your wheel build!
1. Which Hub do you need?
2. What is the Hub Spacing of your frame or fork?
3. How many Spokes does your rim use?
4. Which Freehub Type do you need? *Rear Only*
5. The available Brake Rotor type(s) for your specs are:
If you need both hubs, you can complete the questions for one Hub before restarting the process for the other.
  • The hub spacing of your wheels are described by the Axle Diameter x Hub Width (e.g., 15x110mm).
  • Your frame and fork are designed to work with specific sized hubs.
  • You can find these details printed on your current hubs, or measure the hub width and axle diameter yourself.
  • 20x110mm Hubs have two types, '20x110mm Boost' and '20x110mm'. Check your fork to see whether it says 'Boost' or not.
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  • The number of spoke holes must match the holes on your Rims.
  • Wheels with more Spokes (32) are stronger, stiffer, and heavier than fewer spokes (28).
  • Click 'Skip' if you are only purchasing a Front Wheel, or if you are purchasing a new Cassette to match your new Wheel.
  • Your Cassette must match the Freehub Type it is designed for.
  • Check your old wheel or current Cassette to confirm the Freehub Type.
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  • Brake Rotors attach to your Hubs either by 6 small bolts (6 Bolt) or using one central lockring (Centrelock).
  • Centrelock-compatible Hubs can use an adaptor to run 6 Bolt rotors, if desired.
  • Purchase the correct type to match your existing brake rotors, or purchase new rotors at the same time as Hubs.
  • MTB hubs come is varying sizes, widths and have different rates of engagement. A hub with more engagement points will often be louder and also pickup faster, resulting in less energy being lost through the pedals.