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1/5 FRONT AXLE SPECS

What size front axle do you need?
  • Do I need a Quick Release or Thru Axle wheel?
  • First off, you don’t need to worry, because your new SPENGLE Carbon wheelset comes with adaptors for both systems! When you are looking at your existing wheels do you have a bolt on the opposite end to the skewer handle? If you have a bolt then you are rolling with Quick Releases, if your shaft is smooth all the way down then it’s a Thru Axle.
  • How do I measure the length/diameter of my front axle correctly?
  • Either use the free configuration tool that we can send to you, or a tape measure.

    The measurement you are looking for is the distance between the two sides of the hub - it should be either 100, or 110mm.
  • Is there an alternative to measuring?
  • Of course! Simply take your bike to your local bike shop and ask them!
  • What is Boost?
  • Boost is one of the industry standards for hub width. It’s a relatively new idea, and it boils down to the additional width (6mm on the rear and 10mm on the front) ensuring a more rigid hub, with increases to stiffness and rigidity, and more precision for the rider.

    Not sure if you have boost? You can either look for the word ‘BOOST’ on the hub itself, or simply measure it - a boost front hub will be 110mm wide, whilst the rear is 148mm.
  • Understanding cassette gearing (no. of teeth)
  • The more rings your cassette has, the more choice you have as a rider, and normally the smoother the gear changes will be (the chain won’t have to move so far between rings).
    The larger the ring, the more teeth it has, and the more teeth it has then the easier you can climb the gnarliest of trails - or simply look after your knees when it gets vertical!
    On the other hand, if the number of teeth is low, this means your gears are closer together, and this means the gears will feel more like each other. If you are a racer, this is probably for you, if you are not challenging for a podium, go for a wider range!
  • Is there a total weight limit?
  • Yes, we recommend a total weight of 120kg, that’s rider, bike, and kit.
  • Where are the wheels most at home?
  • Your new SPENGLE wheels are designed for enduro, XC, single track, urban, and gravel usage.
HOW TO MEASURE
PRINT OUT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF

Your bike is in your basement and you do not want to bring your PC? No worries, just print out our handy 'How to measure' PDF.

PRINT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF
HOW TO MEASURE
ORDER FREE CONFIGURATOR KIT

Easy to snap out and measure the hub lengths without any measuring tape. Just make sure your wheels fit your bike.

ORDER CONFIGURATOR KIT

2/5 REAR AXLE SPECS

Which rear axle are you using?
  • Do I need a Quick Release or Thru Axle wheel?
  • First off, you don’t need to worry, because your new SPENGLE Carbon wheelset comes with adaptors for both systems! When you are looking at your existing wheels do you have a bolt on the opposite end to the skewer handle? If you have a bolt then you are rolling with Quick Releases, if your shaft is smooth all the way down then it’s a Thru Axle.
  • How do I measure the length/diameter of my front axle correctly?
  • Either use the free configuration tool that we can send to you, or a tape measure.

    The measurement you are looking for is the distance between the two sides of the hub - it should be either 100, or 110mm.
  • Is there an alternative to measuring?
  • Of course! Simply take your bike to your local bike shop and ask them!
  • What is Boost?
  • Boost is one of the industry standards for hub width. It’s a relatively new idea, and it boils down to the additional width (6mm on the rear and 10mm on the front) ensuring a more rigid hub, with increases to stiffness and rigidity, and more precision for the rider.

    Not sure if you have boost? You can either look for the word ‘BOOST’ on the hub itself, or simply measure it - a boost front hub will be 110mm wide, whilst the rear is 148mm.
  • Understanding cassette gearing (no. of teeth)
  • The more rings your cassette has, the more choice you have as a rider, and normally the smoother the gear changes will be (the chain won’t have to move so far between rings).
    The larger the ring, the more teeth it has, and the more teeth it has then the easier you can climb the gnarliest of trails - or simply look after your knees when it gets vertical!
    On the other hand, if the number of teeth is low, this means your gears are closer together, and this means the gears will feel more like each other. If you are a racer, this is probably for you, if you are not challenging for a podium, go for a wider range!
  • Is there a total weight limit?
  • Yes, we recommend a total weight of 120kg, that’s rider, bike, and kit.
  • Where are the wheels most at home?
  • Your new SPENGLE wheels are designed for enduro, XC, single track, urban, and gravel usage.
HOW TO MEASURE
PRINT OUT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF

Your bike is in your basement and you do not want to bring your PC? No worries, just print out our handy 'How to measure' PDF.

PRINT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF
HOW TO MEASURE
ORDER FREE CONFIGURATOR KIT

Easy to snap out and measure the hub lengths without any measuring tape. Just make sure your wheels fit your bike.

ORDER CONFIGURATOR KIT

3/5 BRAKE DISCS

Your wheels will ship with disc rotors included. Choose the correct diameter for your front and rear wheels. (Are you using the measurement guide?)
FRONT
Shimano SM-RT99-A Center Lock incl. IS6 adapters
REAR
Shimano SM-RT99-A Center Lock incl. IS6 adapters
  • Do I need a Quick Release or Thru Axle wheel?
  • First off, you don’t need to worry, because your new SPENGLE Carbon wheelset comes with adaptors for both systems! When you are looking at your existing wheels do you have a bolt on the opposite end to the skewer handle? If you have a bolt then you are rolling with Quick Releases, if your shaft is smooth all the way down then it’s a Thru Axle.
  • How do I measure the length/diameter of my front axle correctly?
  • Either use the free configuration tool that we can send to you, or a tape measure.

    The measurement you are looking for is the distance between the two sides of the hub - it should be either 100, or 110mm.
  • Is there an alternative to measuring?
  • Of course! Simply take your bike to your local bike shop and ask them!
  • What is Boost?
  • Boost is one of the industry standards for hub width. It’s a relatively new idea, and it boils down to the additional width (6mm on the rear and 10mm on the front) ensuring a more rigid hub, with increases to stiffness and rigidity, and more precision for the rider.

    Not sure if you have boost? You can either look for the word ‘BOOST’ on the hub itself, or simply measure it - a boost front hub will be 110mm wide, whilst the rear is 148mm.
  • Understanding cassette gearing (no. of teeth)
  • The more rings your cassette has, the more choice you have as a rider, and normally the smoother the gear changes will be (the chain won’t have to move so far between rings).
    The larger the ring, the more teeth it has, and the more teeth it has then the easier you can climb the gnarliest of trails - or simply look after your knees when it gets vertical!
    On the other hand, if the number of teeth is low, this means your gears are closer together, and this means the gears will feel more like each other. If you are a racer, this is probably for you, if you are not challenging for a podium, go for a wider range!
  • Is there a total weight limit?
  • Yes, we recommend a total weight of 120kg, that’s rider, bike, and kit.
  • Where are the wheels most at home?
  • Your new SPENGLE wheels are designed for enduro, XC, single track, urban, and gravel usage.
HOW TO MEASURE
PRINT OUT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF

Your bike is in your basement and you do not want to bring your PC? No worries, just print out our handy 'How to measure' PDF.

PRINT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF
HOW TO MEASURE
ORDER FREE CONFIGURATOR KIT

Easy to snap out and measure the hub lengths without any measuring tape. Just make sure your wheels fit your bike.

ORDER CONFIGURATOR KIT

4/5 CASSETTE

We ship the rear wheel with a fresh cassette. Choose one that matches your current setup.
  • Do I need a Quick Release or Thru Axle wheel?
  • First off, you don’t need to worry, because your new SPENGLE Carbon wheelset comes with adaptors for both systems! When you are looking at your existing wheels do you have a bolt on the opposite end to the skewer handle? If you have a bolt then you are rolling with Quick Releases, if your shaft is smooth all the way down then it’s a Thru Axle.
  • How do I measure the length/diameter of my front axle correctly?
  • Either use the free configuration tool that we can send to you, or a tape measure.

    The measurement you are looking for is the distance between the two sides of the hub - it should be either 100, or 110mm.
  • Is there an alternative to measuring?
  • Of course! Simply take your bike to your local bike shop and ask them!
  • What is Boost?
  • Boost is one of the industry standards for hub width. It’s a relatively new idea, and it boils down to the additional width (6mm on the rear and 10mm on the front) ensuring a more rigid hub, with increases to stiffness and rigidity, and more precision for the rider.

    Not sure if you have boost? You can either look for the word ‘BOOST’ on the hub itself, or simply measure it - a boost front hub will be 110mm wide, whilst the rear is 148mm.
  • Understanding cassette gearing (no. of teeth)
  • The more rings your cassette has, the more choice you have as a rider, and normally the smoother the gear changes will be (the chain won’t have to move so far between rings).
    The larger the ring, the more teeth it has, and the more teeth it has then the easier you can climb the gnarliest of trails - or simply look after your knees when it gets vertical!
    On the other hand, if the number of teeth is low, this means your gears are closer together, and this means the gears will feel more like each other. If you are a racer, this is probably for you, if you are not challenging for a podium, go for a wider range!
  • Is there a total weight limit?
  • Yes, we recommend a total weight of 120kg, that’s rider, bike, and kit.
  • Where are the wheels most at home?
  • Your new SPENGLE wheels are designed for enduro, XC, single track, urban, and gravel usage.
HOW TO MEASURE
PRINT OUT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF

Your bike is in your basement and you do not want to bring your PC? No worries, just print out our handy 'How to measure' PDF.

PRINT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF
HOW TO MEASURE
ORDER FREE CONFIGURATOR KIT

Easy to snap out and measure the hub lengths without any measuring tape. Just make sure your wheels fit your bike.

ORDER CONFIGURATOR KIT

5/5 BIKE TIRES

Choose your rubber.
HOW TO MEASURE
PRINT OUT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF

Your bike is in your basement and you do not want to bring your PC? No worries, just print out our handy 'How to measure' PDF.

PRINT 'HOW TO MEASURE' PDF

HOW TO MEASURE
ORDER FREE CONFIGURATOR KIT

Easy to snap out and measure the hub lengths without any measuring tape. Just make sure your wheels fit your bike.

ORDER CONFIGURATOR KIT
  • Do I need a Quick Release or Thru Axle wheel?
  • First off, you don’t need to worry, because your new SPENGLE Carbon wheelset comes with adaptors for both systems! When you are looking at your existing wheels do you have a bolt on the opposite end to the skewer handle? If you have a bolt then you are rolling with Quick Releases, if your shaft is smooth all the way down then it’s a Thru Axle.
  • How do I measure the length/diameter of my front axle correctly?
  • Either use the free configuration tool that we can send to you, or a tape measure.

    The measurement you are looking for is the distance between the two sides of the hub - it should be either 100, or 110mm.
  • Is there an alternative to measuring?
  • Of course! Simply take your bike to your local bike shop and ask them!
  • What is Boost?
  • Boost is one of the industry standards for hub width. It’s a relatively new idea, and it boils down to the additional width (6mm on the rear and 10mm on the front) ensuring a more rigid hub, with increases to stiffness and rigidity, and more precision for the rider.

    Not sure if you have boost? You can either look for the word ‘BOOST’ on the hub itself, or simply measure it - a boost front hub will be 110mm wide, whilst the rear is 148mm.
  • Understanding cassette gearing (no. of teeth)
  • The more rings your cassette has, the more choice you have as a rider, and normally the smoother the gear changes will be (the chain won’t have to move so far between rings).
    The larger the ring, the more teeth it has, and the more teeth it has then the easier you can climb the gnarliest of trails - or simply look after your knees when it gets vertical!
    On the other hand, if the number of teeth is low, this means your gears are closer together, and this means the gears will feel more like each other. If you are a racer, this is probably for you, if you are not challenging for a podium, go for a wider range!
  • Is there a total weight limit?
  • Yes, we recommend a total weight of 120kg, that’s rider, bike, and kit.
  • Where are the wheels most at home?
  • Your new SPENGLE wheels are designed for enduro, XC, single track, urban, and gravel usage.
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