Cane Creek Terros Disc review£250.00

If you're after a fancy but affordable wheelset, then take a paddle up Cane Creek for its individualistic Terros Disc. The rims are relatively conventional 24mm width disc specific hoops, except for the fact that the spokes are offset

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If you're after a fancy but affordable wheelset, then take a paddle up Cane Creek for its individualistic Terros Disc.

The rims are relatively conventional 24mm width disc specific hoops, except for the fact that the spokes are offset to reduce the sideways deflection caused by disc or freehub spacing. The 28 spokes use a rim head/hub nipple arrangement though, with 2-cross lacing everywhere except the radial non-disc side front wheel.

The front disc side spoke flange is also larger to cope with braking leverage, and Cane Creek wheels we've had for years are still running totally trouble-free with minimal spoke tweaking (a spoke key is included). The cartridge bearings are protected by full metal covers, which have again proved super durable and the silent Shimano freehub lasts for ages, too. Front wheel weighs 900g and the rear comes in at 1,134g.

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