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The Venn 507 TCC is manufactured using the filament wound process and is tubeless and clincher tyre compatible wheel for rim brake bicycles.
At 50.7mm in depth and 28mm in width, the 507 TCC is designed specifically for enhanced aerodynamic performance with wide tires.
|Rim technology||Filament Wound Construction|
|Tyre system||Tubeless or clincher|
|Braking system||Rim brake|
|Spoke count||20 front/24 rear|
|Lacing pattern||Radial front/2-cross rear|
|Parts included||Rim tape, tubeless valve, brake pads|
Filament Wound Rims
Filament winding is a machine managed process which results in higher manufacturing uniformity and better performance. Filament wound rims are unique to Venn Cycling, the process employs a +45/-45 degree winding bias which results in an extremely durable, stiff and responsive wheelset.
The Ven Rev 507 rim has been optimised for 23-26mm tyres, and for a long, smooth airflow wake. The Venn Rev 507 does not use the currently popular “U” shaped profile, not by accident but as a result of extensive aerodynamic testing. Venn’s testing found “U” shaped rims do not offer good airflow on the trailing edge of the rim with wider tyres being fitted. The Venn Rev 507 is unique in that it looks at both the forward and trailing edges of the rim, creating one of the most aerodynamic 50mm wheels in the world.
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The triangle patterning is actually much more distinct in person than in photos, I'm a fan. The wheels came true out of the box, and the actual weight is very close to advertised. I can install clinchers without a problem but I was unable to get my tubeless Schwalbe tire bead over the rim on these... Had to head over to a shop and have them deal with installation. They roll nice and braking is fine with the included carbon-friendly pads. Hard to find any complaints... I suppose the freewheel noise is much louder than I'm used to, coming from Shimano wheels.
I purchased a set of Venn 507 clincher tubeless wheels which i am very happy with there Quality and ride performance Probike as usual had them on special at a very good price All buyers that are looking for a set of carbon wheels will not beat the Venn 507 clinchers for quality and price ..
After about 1000miles (1600km) on them in UK spring weather: - like stepping back in time to the worst carbon rim braking that I've experienced in recent years (pulsing when coming to full stop in the dry, not great in wet) - very tight valve hole Plus side: looks, stiff (though maybe too stiff for some), weight was less than advertised. No issues with the hubs (not that I'd expect it after only 1k miles). Because of the braking I'm unlikely to put many miles on them. 3/5 is most that I'd be comfortable giving them.
I have been looking for a pair of fast deep profile carbon wheels for triathlon and 100km plus cycle races. I was keen to use wider rims and tubeless for comfort and puncture protection. I rode Ironman African Champs this weekend on the wheels and they were incredible. The difference in weight between these and the factory wheels that came with the bike made a big difference. Being able to run wider tyres at lower pressure made the ride more comfortable for the almost 6 hours over 180km and the deep profile seemed to improve rolling speed. I was worried about cross wind performance as I live and ride mostly in Cape Town where 60km winds and stronger gusts are not uncommon but these performed better than my old 38mm factory wheels and in the 30km winds on the Ironman course didn’t affect me at all (in plus 60km/h cross winds the week before I did have increased side pressure - but that was more than just on the wheels). I have only had the wheels less than a month so will need to test them over time still however.