The Long Play (LP) 60mm Carbon Tubular and Clincher

Starting at: $1,489.00

Hit the high note and then settle into a steady, fast rhythm that is your ticket to glory. HiFi LP wheels are all about the sustain. 60mm depth and 25mm width make you 100% badass. The LP’s profile not only cuts through wind faster, it is designed to reduce the impact of crosswinds. And the fat width provides a cleaner interface between the tire and wheel, providing better support for your tire — so you can scream through corners and sail down endless straightaways with more mojo.

The extremely high-grade carbon fiber we use is terrific at heat resistance and dissipation. All HiFi rim brake carbon fiber wheelsets are certified by SwissStop for use with their Yellow and Black Prince pads. Whether you’re looking for rim or disc brake wheel sets, clinchers or tubulars, or an amazing track setup, the LPs are your jam.

Genres: LPs are a great all-around racing wheel. Time trials. Triathlons. High-speed crits. Flat road races. Hilly road races. Hot laps on the track. The LP can rock them all.

LP Liner notes

Rim depth: 60mm
Rim width: 25mm
Hubs: HiFi Fidelity 11-speed and HiFi Fidelity Disc 11-speed hubs with Japanese stainless steel bearings. Durable, dependable and light. All hubs come with spacer for 8/9/10 speeds. Campagnolo free hubs available.
Spokes: SL sets have 18h / 24h 2:1 ratio rear (16 2x on Drive Side, 8 straight pull radial on Non-Drive Side). Disc sets and Pista track sets are 24h front and 28h rear.
Wheel Weight: 1400g tubular rim brake; 1590g clincher rim brake.
Discipline: The LPs are super fast for time trials, triathlons, high-speed criteriums and flat to rolling road races, and they’re light enough to conquer steep uphills.
Recommended Max. Rider Weight: 230lbs for SL build (custom builds available for heavier riders)
MSRP: $1649 w/ carbon brake pads (non-disc wheels only), extra spokes and styling enclosed cam quick releases.

Tire choice: LP rims require a 23mm or wider road tire. In this case, fatter is better. It means lower rolling resistance, greater comfort and more speed. Using a narrower tire voids the HiFi warranty.

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