NOBLwheelsUSA

We are a Canadian company that sells into the USA and wanted a profile for USD prices. Our products include shipping into the USA!
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NOBLwheelsUSA NOBLwheels's article
Dec 4, 2018 at 12:28
Dec 4, 2018
NOBL Wheels Announces New TR38 Rims
@Gregorysmithj1: Hey Gregory, we work with a number of different companies in China to manufacture the molds. We find that this approach helps to keep things proprietary and higher quality than going to a "one stop shop". Then we send the molds to the rim factory we use there and work with their engineers in person to develop the layup schedules and make prototypes. We spend an average of 2 months a year over there working at the factory so we're very involved with the process. Once the layup designs are approved we send the rims to Canada for ride testing there as the terrain where the Canadian shop accelerates the testing process. After that, we decide on which layup design performed best in the real wold and go to production. All of our wheelsets are built in the USA or Canada as we use American made hubs and primarily do custom building so it makes sense to do that aspect here in North America. But for the rims ,China has the largest skilled workforce for making carbon frames, and rims etc. so for us it made sense to keep that there.
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Nov 1, 2018 at 18:02
Nov 1, 2018
Holy moley!

Added 1 photo to TR36
Mar 27, 2017 at 12:00
Mar 27, 2017
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Mar 27, 2017 at 11:59
Mar 27, 2017

NOBL TR36 wheelset NOBL Hubs

$1395 USD
Build ID: N17 32h NOBL hub Black (made by Onyx), TR36 29" rim 142x12, 100x15mm Available with SRAM or SHIMANO driver. Your choice of decals! Spacing: 142x12, 100x15mm DT competition Race spokes, Sapim Black Alloy Nipples The TR36 is our hard hitting 29er rim, ideal for tires 2.35" to 3.0". Internal diameter of 30mm, external diameter of 36m The NOBL hub, features Onyx' legendary sprag clutch internals and hybrid ceramic bearings. It's the fastest rolling hub on the market an is completely silent! Read more about our products here: www.NOBLwheels.com

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Feb 24, 2017 at 13:13
Feb 24, 2017
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Feb 24, 2017 at 13:13
Feb 24, 2017

NOBL TR33 laced to NOBL hubs

$1116 USD
2017 NOBL TR33 laced to NOBL hubs 32h TR33 laced with DT competition Race and Black Alloy nipples. Available with SRAM/Shimano freehub body. Available in BOOST (148x12/110x15) Build ID: A11 (boost): Lightly used The TR33 is our most versatile rim. Great for anything from XC to Enduro. Ideal for tires 2.1" to 2.6" , it features a 27mm internal and 33mm external. The NOBL hub, features Onyx' legendary sprag clutch internals and hybrid ceramic bearings. It's the fastest rolling hub on the market and is completely silent! Read more about our products here: www.NOBLwheels.com

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Feb 24, 2017 at 13:08
Feb 24, 2017

NOBL HD36 laced to NOBL Hubs

$1435 USD
32h NOBL hub Black (made by Onyx), TR36 29" rim 142x12, 100x15mm Available with SRAM or SHIMANO driver. The HD36 is our hard hitting 29er rim, ideal for tires 2.35" to 3.0". Compared to our TR36, it features a few extra layers in the layup making it better suited for aggressive riders or riders over 220lbs. Internal diameter of 30mm, external diameter of 36 The NOBL hub, features Onyx' legendary sprag clutch internals and hybrid ceramic bearings. It's the fastest rolling hub on the market an is completely silent! Read more about our products here: www.NOBLwheels.com

NOBLwheelsUSA vernonfelton's article
Nov 22, 2016 at 14:13
Nov 22, 2016
NOBL TR33 Wheels - Review
@kwapik: We'll work on a blog post for this and include the report. In the meantime, if you'd like to read the report please email us and we'll send you a copy.
NOBLwheelsUSA vernonfelton's article
Nov 19, 2016 at 19:32
Nov 19, 2016
NOBL TR33 Wheels - Review
Keep in mind it's not really rotational weight which makes a much larger difference on the bike. We have made some strides in weight savings. Our first set of Onyx hubs we got for testing in the beginning weighed 675 grams for a set (142x12, 100x15, 32h, XD steel freehub). We worked with them to shave weight on our shells and went with a dedicated 15mm front hub. So couple that with the new alloy freehub parts and the NOBL hub set weighs 591grams in the exact same format as the 675g version we started playing with on day 1. They will never be 240 territory, but the gap is closing a bit. These hubs wind up to speed easier and have the best rate of decay (rolling efficiency) than any hub. Significantly faster than the next best hubs in a test of all of the industries top manufacturers. (Lab results conducted by a 3rd party, not just marketing speak). They aren't for everyone, but they are quite unique, ridiculously efficient and are worth a ride despite their added weight.
NOBLwheelsUSA vernonfelton's article
Nov 19, 2016 at 19:10
Nov 19, 2016
NOBL TR33 Wheels - Review
We think our product has a competitive advantage for enduro racers, it's not just the lighter weight. They corner better, are more stable through rough terrain, in many cases are stronger and more reliable than alloy rims which can have a cost savings for some riders in the long run. The tubeless design of our rims yields far less pinch flats and tire burping than most rims. We've had numerous reports of racers choosing to continue their race runs with completely flat tires and they are able to finish long stages without the tire blowing off or cracking the rim. Obviously not recommended but it's cool to see our product being pushed to the limit like that. In the BC/AB Enduro series last year our team riders competed in 10 races, totalling 46 different stages. They had 56 stage wins across their respective categories (mostly pro and open men). We ended up with 8 overall race victories and a number of other podiums. We won the title of : -East Series Champion in Pro Elite Mens -2nd overall in the West Pro Elite Men. -West Series Champion in Open Men -Canadian National Enduro Champion in Pro Elite -Canadian National Enduro Champion in Open Men 1680+ minutes of racing and not 1 broken rim or 1 hub failure the whole series at the events. This time is race time only and is not calculating the practice time as well. Not 1 DNF.
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