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Bontrager SSR Disc Road Rear Wheel
The SSR Disc Road Rear Wheel (Front sold separately).

Bontrager

SSR Disc Road Rear Wheel

$204.99
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2.5 stars
 (3 Reviews)
 

Bontrager SSR Disc Road Rear Wheel

Whether you're touring, building the ultimate commuter or just want excellent stopping power on the road, Bontrager's Select Disc Road Rear Wheel is a sweet choice. Free speed will be yours thanks to the low-profile aero rim and 24 spokes that aren't afraid of rough roads. Plus, the hub is easily serviced and features polished, ground bearing races, a forged shell and a chromoly axle for top-notch durability. And the 130mm and 135mm Over Locknut Dimension (OLD) hub options makes these wheels usable on both your road or cyclocross frames.

Features and Information

  • This wheel accepts 6-bolt disc rotors.
  • For easy repairs, this wheel accepts standard replacement spokes.
 
Specification Description
Size(s) 700c
Model Clincher
Rim Material Aluminum
Hub(s) Bontrager Disc
Spokes (Front/Rear) Stainless-steel
Holes (Front/Rear) 24
Nipples Aluminum, locking
Weight (Front/Rear) 1,181 grams
Cassette Compatibility Shimano 9/10-speed
Color Black

* Subject to change without notice.

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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2.5 stars

(based on 3 reviews)

33%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Pros

  • Good breaking surface  (2)
  • Stays true 

Cons

  • Heavy 
  • Needs truing 
  • Not durable 
  • Poorly built 
  • Spokes break constantly 

Best Uses

  • Road biking 

Reviewed by 3 customers

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2.0

Bontrager SSR road axel 130mm

By Jimbo

from Atlanta GA

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Good Breaking Surface
  • Stays True

Cons

  • Longevity
  • Heavy

Best Uses

    Comments:

    I had a pair of SSR's that came with a trek 2.1 in 2011. There is a spacer in the hub for the disc brake in the road version. They started out rolling nice, but over two, three years it appears the bearing are going. I've replaced the hub and noticed that it is very heavy compared to the one I'm installing (new one is 300g). I'm adding some lighter spokes and it should make the wheel a more reasonable weight.

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    4.0

    1,000 miles, no issues

    By Jeff

    from Tehachapi CA

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Good Breaking Surface

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Road Biking

      Comments:

      Have a a set off SSRs for about a year, over 1k miles, have had zero issues with the rims. Rides lots of steep ups/downs, confidence inspiring solid breaking. Could re lighter, but have held my 180 lbs well.

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      1.0

      AVOID - Do NOT Buy

      By OHBiker

      from Central Ohio

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

        Cons

        • Spokes Break Constantly
        • Poorly Built
        • Needs Truing

        Best Uses

          Comments:

          I bike 5000+ miles a year in rural Central Ohio, weigh 200 lbs, and really enjoy this sport. However, I am on my second set of these wheels since the first ones also broke spokes and splintered at the spoke area on the rim. Fortunately Bontrager replaced them, but these are not good wheels.(Period!) My rear wheel has broke 4 spokes in two months...not good.

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          Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Vendor Number
          130mm OLD 00601479079834 415457 TRK-415457
          135mm OLD 00601479079858 415458 TRK-415458
           
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