WTB is Seeding America’s Wheel Builders with 50 Sets of Frequency TCS Rims

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Mill Valley, CA (CFEpr+) January 25, 2012 - Are your fingers gnawed to the bone from building mountain bike wheels that don’t have 4D drilling? Do you have to tape “tubeless” wheels double-time to seal them up? Do you have to use a compressor and have a co-worker fiddle with your tire just to get it to fill the first time?

WTB wants to solve your wheel building problems by providing you with a free set of our new Frequency Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) Rims in 26″ (msrp $75 ea.) or 29″ (msrp $80 ea.), and in 19mm or 23mm inner rim widths.

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.

WHAT’S THE CATCH? You’re the catch. All we ask is that you fill out a short wheelbuilder survey and give us feedback during and after the build. We’d love for you to become part of our inside group of dealers that we’ll give special deals to and count on for future feedback. Let’s have a relationship!

CLICK HERE to be one of the first wheelbuilders to receive the promotional rimsets, and contact Chris Schierholtz for more information about how to integrate WTB Frequency TCS rims into your wheelbuilding experience.

ABOUT WTB:
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.

Source: Chris Schierholtz

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