When IBIS set out to improve their previous wheels, one of their goals was to make them even lighter and stronger. That wasn't easy. To do it, we needed to reduce the height of their beadwalls. The shorter the beadwalls are, the less likely they are to bend and break. Stan's already uses this technology in their existing product line, so they reached out and asked if they could collaborate. The S-wheels use their patented BST technology, which helps them reduce their beadwall heights while optimizing tire fit and mounting.
An asymmetric rim means that instead of the spoke holes being drilled through the center of the rim, they're slightly offset. Doing this allows us to improve the bracing angle of the spokes. Because their rims are so wide we get to make them even more offset than normal. The larger offset allows IBIS to tension both sides of the wheels nearly equally, which results in a stronger and more durable wheelset.
Toughened Hybrid Carbon
IBIS don't call the material in their carbon wheels “toughened” because they went to boot camp. The name comes from the combination of resin materials they use in their carbon layup to get the right feel and strength. Part of that formula is the toughened resin we use in the beadwall, which allows them to flex and shrug off impacts. Supporting those beadwalls is carbon with a stiffer resin to make sure they hold their shape.
LOGO VS. I9
I9 wheels are built with Industry Nine's Hydra Hubs. These American made hubs are a rider favorite due to their light weight, durability, and instant response. They lace these hubs with bladed Sapim CX-Ray spokes, which are among the lightest and toughest on the market.I9 Wheels are built with the best components you can buy, but if you're on a budget, the Logo wheels deliver an almost identical ride feel at a similar weight, for hundreds less. They designed their hubs to be tough as hell and spec them with high quality Enduro bearings. They're laced to our rims with Sapim's strongest and lightest double-butted mountain bike spoke.
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|Recommended Tire Width||2.35-2.8"|
|Rim Material||Toughened Hybrid Carbon|
|Freehub Mechanism||36T 4 Pawl|
|Driver||XD, Microspline, Shimano 11 Speed|
|Number of Bearings||4|
|Brand of Bearings||Enduro Bearings|
|Disc Rotor Mount Type||6 Bolt|
|Rim Warranty||7 Year, No Fault|
|Hub Warranty||2 Years|