Have You Felt the Frequency? (Rims, that is…)
First 50 Rimsets Were Nabbed in 15 Minutes!
WTB Still Wants to Get Some in Your Hands
Mill Valley, CA (CFEpr+) February 8, 2012 - Didn’t get one of the fifty free sets of WTB Frequency Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) Rims that we offered up a few weeks ago? WTB still wants to get a pair to you (with rim tape and valves) so that you can feel the advantages of 4D drilling when you build them, and all of the other features of the rims when you ride them.
While we can’t continue to GIVE rims away, we would like to offer you a set of our new Frequency Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) Rims in 26″ (msrp $75 ea.) or 29″ (msrp $80 ea.), and in 19mm (i19) or 23mm (i23) Inner Rim Widths, with rim tape and valves included.
Our limited time price on this $175 retail package is only $70 to employees of qualified retailers. That’s right, way more than half off until February 21st, the best tubeless wheel building package on the market.
Why is WTB Doing This? Frequency TCS rims introduce new market-leading technologies that allow wheel builders and consumers to hand-build reasonably priced high-performance tubeless wheels and replace their current non-tubeless rims with WTB Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) hoops.
We want to form and build a relationship with the best employees in the top shops in the business, because we strongly believe that our rims are the best in the business as well. Our hope is that you enjoy the build, enjoy the ride, and sell more WTB TCS rims to your customers!
Click Here to get your hands on the best tubeless rims on the market – WTB Frequency and Click on the Info Sheet Below to get into the detailed features of the new WTB Frequency TCS rims.
WTB can’t wait for you to feel the Frequency!
Founded in 1982, WTB has been defining State-of-the-Art cycling products since its inception. With a profound focus on wheel, tire, rim, saddle, grip and accessory technology, this rider-owned and staffed company builds superior products through constant real-world testing and a ground-breaking passion for mountain biking.
Visit WTB.com to get a glimpse into the next 30 years of mountain bike design.