Want a chance to win the Hunt 30Carbon Aero Disc Wheelset? The super wide, tubeless ready 27mm rim opens up your tire profile to enhance grip and reduce rolling resistance. The rim’s U-profile serves up great handling and reduces drag across a wide range of wind yaw-angles. Then, straight pull hubs and bladed spokes reduce weight, add strength, and respond instantly to your accelerations. Hunt has even upgraded to LU/LB bearings, which is a fancy way of saying they have reduced contact seals, low-friction sealed on the internal face to further reduce rolling resistance and increase your speed, whilst maintaining excellent sealing on the exposed faces.

For your chance to win a set, just click past the break (or click here  for mobile or if you can’t see the embedded survey) and fill in a quick, three question survey, including a valid email address. Then, you’re entered to win!

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TIP: Scroll down inside the survey window to see all of the questions and to hit submit. Can’t see the survey? Hit the link above to open it in it’s own window.

SURVEY CONTEST RULES: By submitting your response, you agree to these rules, terms & conditions: Only one entry per person. Multiple entries from same person will disqualify that person. All participants must provide a valid email address, as that is how Hunt Wheels will contact the winners. All entrants’ email addresses may be added to the email newsletter marketing lists for Bikerumor.com and Hunt Wheels. Any emails sent from either party will contain “unsubscribe” options. Contest closes at midnight (12pm) PST on Friday, February 24, 2017. The winner will be selected at random and results are final. Winner will have one week from the date of notification of winning to respond, after which Hunt Wheels and/or Bikerumor.com reserves the right to choose an alternate winner.

6 COMMENTS

  1. I think that having a contest like this is not only a great way to make people aware of your current product offerings, but also a great way to increase the companies email list. Good on you hunt!

  2. The heavier gravel disc wheels look good, too. I’d prefer brass (rather than aluminum) nipples, though. Particularly for wheels that will get dirty and be filled with sealant.

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