TAG Wheels® to introduce new carbon fiber and composite wheels at Interbike

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Newport Beach, Calif. (September 10, 2008) TAG Wheels®, the U.S manufacturer of composite bicycle wheels significantly expands its product line to offer cross country, all mountain, and BMX wheels with its stylish tri-spoke models.

The company has built a strong reputation on its popular and reliable FRX5 wheels made for freeride and downhill. Utilizing the same advanced technology the new lighter weight TR3 models offer excellent versatility, a long lifespan and more.

The new 26” TR3 wheels are tough and built to last with a proven shock absorbing hollow formed design and reinforced aluminum rim. The wheels provide a sturdy and responsive ride due to an integrally molded rib inside each spoke and the load-dispersing wheel design. A reliable industry-recognized 4-pawl drive hub provides precision engagement and sealed cartridge bearings make for a smooth ride. The wheels require no truing as the hub is factory aligned and permanently bonded creating an extraordinarily convenient ride for today’s riders.

The TR3 wheels come in both carbon fiber composite and an advanced impact modified composite material. They are available in disc brake and caliper brake models. Plus, riders can personalize wheels by selecting from a range of vibrant colors. In addition the “Molded-In” color process ensures colors won’t chip.

“Our wheels provide long term value in a classic stylish look,” says Mike Thomas V.P of TAG Wheels. “The wheels are extremely easy to use, offer a great ride, and with MSRP starting at just $429 per set our TR3 wheels are affordable for any rider.”

TAG Wheels® will debut the TR3 wheels at Interbike in Las Vegas on Sept 24-26.

Distributors and Dealers are invited to Booth #6833 to see the new wheels and to learn more about TAG Wheel’s Special Interbike Incentives.

For more information on TAG Wheels check out www.tagwheels.com.

source: Bicycle Newswire

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