- Now for 11-speed -
Chris King has updated their R45 road racing hubs to accommodate the new 11spd drivetrain systems. The new 11spd compatible hub will feature a new slightly longer driveshell and a new axle. R45 11spd maintains a strict 130mm axle spacing for seamless integration.
- Light -
The R45 hubset is 20% lighter than Classic hubset.
- Fast -
Chris King designed and built a bearing specifically for the R45 hubset. As with every King bearing, these stainless steel sealed bearings are made in-house in Portland, Oregon and individually hand-checked for precision and smoothness.
- R45 Options -
Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo
R45 hubs are available in 11spd compatible Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo versions. Like all Chris King hubsets is easily upgradeable and convertible. Changing one version to another is simple, only requiring the use of version specific Driveshell assemblies and axles.
R45 front hubs are available in 16, 18, 20, 24, 28 & 32 hole options
R45 rear hubs are available in 20, 24, 28, & 32 hole options
Compatible with 11spd drivetrain systems
20% lighter than Classic hubset
Multiple drilling options
If you are thinking of going for Chris King, why not check out our custom hand-built wheel options? Get exactly the wheel you want built specially by our professional wheel builders.
WHY HANDBUILT WHEELS?
At Urbane we believe that how a wheel is built, is as important as the components with which it is built. We build all of our wheels to exacting standards including spoke length, spoke tension, spoke-count and stress relieving.
On the technical side of things, our build process includes repetitive spoke stress relief, meticulous tension measurement/balancing, and truing tolerances of less than .5mm.
We stand behind every wheel we build and offer complimentary truing for 5 years on any wheel we build. If a spoke ever breaks that has not been obviously damaged by impact we will replace it free of charge.
For more information please check our Hand-built wheel page or call our Service department on the phone number at the top of the page.