Santa Cruz Bicycles - Reserve Carbon Wheels

Reserve Carbon Wheels

Vor fünf Jahren wurde ein kurzes Santa Cruz Video auf einer Bike-Webseite veröffentlicht, dass jeden Skeptiker von der Langlebigkeit und Stärke der Carbon-Fahrradrahmen überzeugt hat.

Jetzt machen wir das gleiche für Laufräder. Santa Cruz Reserve Laufräder werden mit den hochwertigsten Carbon Felgen auf dem Markt gebaut. Unser Vertrauen in das Design und Stärke unserer Laufräder wird, wie bei unseren Rahmen, durch eine lebenslange Garantie gesichert.

  • Available in two wheel sizes, four rim widths, and three hub choices: DT350, black I9 Torch, or satin black Chris King ISO Boost
  • NEW Reserve 37 rim is optimized for tires from 2.5 to 2.8-inches wide and allows for up to a 3.0
  • You can order Reserve wheels as an upgrade on X01 or XX1 Santa Cruz models or aftermarket for any bike in your garage

Proud owner of Reserve carbon wheels? Register your set (or two) right here.

Key Features:

  • Wheel size: Available in
    27.5" & 29"
  • Rim widths: 25, 27, 30, 37mm depending on size
  • Priced from: $1599 USD
  • Weight: Wheelset from 1587g

Danny MacAskill Tests Santa Cruz Reserve Carbon Wheels

Reserve Specs & Pricing

Choose 27.5" or 29" to see specs and options for each wheel size

Reserve 27Reserve 30Reserve 37
Radgröße27.5"27.5"27.5"
Internal Width27mm30mm37mm
External Width33.5mm37.4mm43.2mm
ERD557mm551mm558mm
Asym Offset4mm5mm4mm
Spoke Count282828
Recc. Tire Width2.0 - 2.5in2.3 - 2.6in2.5 - 3in
Front End Caps OptionsTorque & StandardTorque & StandardTorque & Standard
Driver Body OptionsXD or HGXD or HGXD or HG
Single Rim Weight435g470g450g
Complete Set Weights
(inc rim tape & valves)
DT350 Boost: 1677g
I9 Boost: 1657g
Chris King: 1789g
DT350 Boost: 1751g
I9 Boost: 1731g
Chris King: 1863g
DT350 Boost: 1740g
I9 Boost: 1720g
Wheelset Pricing
(USD)
DT350 Boost: $1,599
I9 Boost: $1,899
Chris King: $2,199
DT350 Boost: $1,599
I9 Boost: $1,899
Chris King: $2,199
DT350 Boost: $1,599
I9 Boost: $1,899
Santa Cruz Bicycles - Reserve Carbon Wheels Learn More

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Reserve wheels are built on one of the highest quality carbon rims on the market.

Everything from the thickness of the rim beads to the external spoke hole reinforcements comes purely from our experience of knowing what riders need at every level—from international racing to your local trails.

Get the full story behind the development and the testing, the lifetime warranty, and the parts and process we use to manufacture one of the strongest wheels on the market.

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Tech Support

How do I buy a set of Reserves aftermarket?

You can purchase Reserve carbon wheels for any modern mountain bike in your garage.

The best way to find a set of Reserves near you is to use our retail locator to find a Santa Cruz retailer near you. They can help you sort out size, width, and hub options and order a set of Reserves.

Use the locator >

Reserve 37s look awesome—tell me more, and what about 2.6-inch tires?

The new Reserve 37’s width (37mm internal) is optimized for tires from 2.5 to 2.8 inches wide, and will still support a 3.0 nicely.

Get the full details in this section on the Reserve development page >

 

There's a new Chris King hub option? What's the story?

We're excited to offer Reserve rims laced to longtime Santa Cruz Syndicate partner Chris King's hubs. The team put these to the test at the World Cup DH in Croatia this season.

You can order Chris King hubs laced to 25, 27, and 30mm width rims (right now), and they're available in any color you like, so long as it’s black.

Built to order in our factory in Santa Cruz, California, they carry the same lifetime warranty as our other Reserve wheelsets. 

What kind of components do you use to build Reserve wheels?

We've always taken great pains to use readily-available, standard parts on our bikes, and our rims are no different.

J-bend spokes, mechanical-lock nipples (that you can access without taking the tire and rim strip off), and hubs from DT Swiss, Industry Nine, and Chris King make building good wheels easier for us, and maintaining the wheels or finding spares a lot easier for you.

Learn more here.

What's with the raised square-shaped area around the spokes?

That's material right where you need it. With information from testing in our carbon lab in hand, we set about determining how we might design a rim to mitigate those failures, and part of the result is the square-shaped reinforcements you can see around the spoke holes.

You can read more about that here.