Crank Brothers Synthesis E Rear Rim

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There are not that many options out there for a high end, reliable and durable carbon rim to suit the demands of eMTB's. Crank Brothers have come to save the day with the Crank Brothers Synthesis E Rear Rim. Specifically designed for rear wheel eMTB use, this rim provides exceptional support and stability whilst being extremely lightweight.

Unlike the slightly wider front specific rim, the narrower inner width of the rim ensures that you can use narrower rear tyres, which means you have less rolling resistance and ensures a better grip on the side of the tyre.

Who's this for:  Enduro/AM MTB or eMTB riders looking for a high end, superlight, rear specific tubeless ready carbon rim.

Material: Carbon

Spoke holes: 32

Rim dimensions: 29.5mm inner width, 36.5mm outer width

Recommended tyre width: 2.3" - 2.5"

Total weight: 475g(27.5"), 495g(29")

Pros: One of the best options for a gnarly eMTB carbon rim.

Cons: Pretty pricey but it is carbon.

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