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  • Everest
  • Everest
  • Everest
  • Everest
  • Everest


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The EVEREST series from Wheelscience.  We set out to build a truly world class climbing wheel.  As we went through the research process and talked to riders, we discovered that super light and super fragile were not what they wanted.  It is no good having a wheel so light you can’t ride it in all conditions and so expensive only 1% of riders can afford it. 

As a result of this research we change our process to deliver the wheel in two configurations.

We ended up with two identically shaped rims.  One made with T800 carbon and one with T700.  Both with ceramic fibre brake inlays and both using our unique layup giving the ability to raise the spoke tensions. This offers you the rider, the ability to make a choice that matches your budget and aspirations.  The Everest series are so robust we have riders using them for Crit racing!  All that, and we can deliver a wheels weighing only 1167grams, with a rider rating of 125kgs.

We have matched the ELEMENTAL™ hub to the wheels as standard, with a combined weight of only 292 grams.

For those who like the big brands we can also swap in DT Swiss 240s or even Chris King (If you have to have the best of the best) although these carry a slight weight disadvantage to our own hubs.



Type: Clincher/Tubular
Material: Toray T800S or T700SC
Surface Weave: 3K
Braking Surface: Ceramic Braking Surface
Size: 700C
Nipple Hole Type: External
Max Tire Pressure (Clincher): 120psi



Bearings Ceramic sealed
Colors: Black
Weight: Front: 85g, Rear 206g
Upgrades available DT Swiss 240 and Chris King



Type: Sapim CX-Ray
Count: Front 20 And Rear 24
Spoke Tension Front: 160kgf, Rear: Drive 180kgf, Non-drive 120kgs


Max Rider Weight:: 125 kgs


Weight in grams

T800 T 1167
T800 C 1271
T700 T 1230
T700 C 1393


Compatibility Shimano/sram (10 /11s), for Campy add a note to your order



All Wheels ship with Brake blocks, Rim tape and skewers