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Progress Cycles goes light w/ Air Disc LTD wheels + new matte finish option!

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Progress Cycles offers an array of different wheels, and launched the Air Disc LTD as a top-end choice for your disc brake road bike. With a 30mm width and 38mm depth, the wheels are quite light at 1,350 grams – and they just added a matte finish option that drops it to 1,331 grams complete.

Progress Cycles Air Disc LTD tubeless carbon clincher disc brake road wheels

Progress makes a variety of wheels for mountain bikes, e-bikes, and the category of today’s topic – road wheels. The Air Disc LTD uses a carbon fiber and graphene construction, along with graphics safely applied under the clear coat.

The rims measure a wide 30mm external and 21mm internal width, comparable to the HED Vanquish or ENVE AR series. Rim depth clocks in at 38mm.

Nitto ceramic road disc hubs come stock, with Center Lock disc brake compatibility. Freehubs are available in Shimano 11, SRAM XDR, and Campaganolo. The stock axle configuration is 12x100mm front, 12x142mm rear.

In an effort to drop weight even further, Progress just released an unpainted matte finish option, reducing the complete set to 1,331 grams.

The Air Disc LTD wheel set with standard finish is available now for €1,590. Matte finish pricing is TBD.


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