NoTubes rolls out two new carbon wheelsets

Flow CB7 and Baron CB7 carbon wheels with asymmetric rim design

27.5 29er

The tubeless specialists at Stan’s NoTubes are rolling out two new carbon wheelsets for trail riders. The Flow CB7 is targeted at aggressive trail riders, while the wider Baron is geared toward riders who prefer plus-sized tires.

NoTubes Flow CB7 Highlights

  • Internal rim width: 29mm
  • Optimal tire size: 2.35-2.8”
  • Hole count: 32
  • Claimed wheelset weight: 1,674g (27.5”) / 1,761g (29”)
  • Claimed rim weight: 420g (27.5”) / 455g (29”)
  • Wheelset pricing: US$1399
  • Rim pricing: US$600

NoTubes Baron CB7 Highlights

  • Internal rim width: 35mm
  • Optimal tire size: 2.5-3.2”
  • Hole count: 32
  • Claimed wheelset Weight: 1,674g (27.5”) / 1,761g (29”)
  • Claimed rim Weight: 420g (27.5”) / 455g (29”)
  • Wheelset pricing: US$1,399
  • Rim pricing: US$600

Shared features

These new wheelsets share a number of features, including an asymmetric rim profile with offset drilling to allow for more balanced spoke tension. Both wheelsets feature NoTubes Bead Seat Technology (BST) that makes tubeless inflation pain (and mess) free.

Complete wheelsets are hand-built   at NoTubes’ headquarters in Big Flats, New York. These new wheelsets roll on the company’s Neo hubset, which features a six-pawl freehub with 10-degrees of engagement. These hubsets are compatible with all major axle standards. The Flow CB7 and Baron CB7 carbon wheels are covered by a seven-year warranty and lifetime crash replacement for the original owner. Both wheelsets are available now.

Visit www.notubes.com for more information.

⚠️ Learn more in our wheels and tires forum.

 


About the author: Josh Patterson

Josh has been riding and racing mountain bikes since 1998, and has been writing about mountain biking and cyclocross since 2006. He was also at the forefront of the gravel cycling movement, and is a multi-time finisher of Dirty Kanza. These days, Josh spends most of this time riding the rocky trails and exploring the lonely gravel roads around his home in Fort Collins, Colorado.


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  • MrK says:

    Both of these weigh the same despite rim width differences? Or is that a typo?

    • Josh Patterson says:

      Not a typo. According to NoTubes, it’s due to differences in the rim designs. While the Baron is wider, it’s not as tall as the Flow, which achieves some weight savings.

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