STAN'S X IBIS
Nearly twenty years ago, Stan’s NoTubes pioneered the first modern tubeless system. And they’ve never stopped innovating. To develop our new S-Wheels, we combined our expertise in wide asymmetric carbon fiber rims with their patented Bead Socket Technology (BST) to create some of the lightest, strongest, and best performing rims available today.
IT'S ALL IN THE RIDE
Stan’s BST allows us to reduce the rim cross section height making our rims more compliant vertically. This not only improves ride quality but helps distribute impacts, giving us EWS performance at trail weights. The new carbon S rims are 9% better at resisting impacts than our already tough rims while also being lighter.
We’re big advocates for wide rims. In fact, we helped pioneer the wide rim revolution back in 2014. Those rims helped inspire the new crop of 2.4”-2.6” tires that are popular today. Wide rims work because they allow the tire beads to sit further apart. That wider footprint provides better tire sidewall support, which means you can run lower air pressure. This improves your traction, braking control, and also reduces rolling resistance over rough terrain.
NO PROPRIETARY PARTS
We build our wheels with readily available parts, so you can source replacements wherever you go. By using standard J-bend spokes and external square nipples, we’ve also made our wheels easy to service.
WE HAVE YOUR BACK
Our rims are backed by a seven-year warranty. If it’s our fault, we’ll fix them. We also offer a low cost “accident replacement” program, just in case you drive your bike into the garage…
|Recommended Tire Width||2-2.6"|
|Wheelset Weight (with rim tape & valves)||1580g|
|Rim Material||Toughened Hybrid Carbon|
|Spoke Length||296/294/292/294 (listed in order: front drive side, front non drive, rear drive, rear non drive)mm|
|Nipples||Sapim double square nipple|
|HUBS||S28/29 CARBON I9|
|Hubs||Industry 9 Hydra|
|Freehub Mechanism||The innovative new design utilizes an independently-phased six pawl, 115 tooth drive ring creating a procession of 690 engagement points between pawl and drive ring, resulting in .52° of engagement.|
|Driver||XD, Microspline, Shimano 11 Speed|
|Number of Bearings||4|
|Brand of Bearings||Enduro Bearings|
|Bearing Part Number||Visit i9 Website|
|Disc Rotor Mount Type||Center Lock|
|Rim Warranty||7 Year, No Fault|
|Hub Warranty||2 Years|