rims Inner/Outer Width?

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petosagan
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by petosagan

hi,

i have a cannondale super six evo 2018 and I dont know if a rim can be too wide for my bike ?

I want to buy : Inner/Outer Width : 21mm/28mm, maybe it could be ok but max with 25mm tire?

thanks

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Beaver
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You should be fine, as the second generation SuperSix Evo doesn't have the clearance issues of the first generation (real 25mm tire width only).

Maybe even with a 28mm tire on that rims, depending on tire model (Conti GP 5000 will work).

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petosagan
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Beaver wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 8:49 pm
You should be fine, as the second generation SuperSix Evo doesn't have the clearance issues of the first generation (real 25mm tire width only).

Maybe even with a 28mm tire on that rims, depending on tire model (Conti GP 5000 will work).

ok nice
thanks... anyway light bicycles have 2 choices... 19 or 21 inner.. maybe im better with 19.. so almost every 25 and some 28 will work..?

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Dan Gerous
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I have the same frameset and with Enve 3.4 wheels (27.5mm external width, 21mm internal), clearance is generous, 28mm tires fit with room to spare.

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by ND4SPD

Cannondale says 28 mm tyres can be mounted to Supersix (second generation).

petosagan
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by petosagan

Dan Gerous wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 10:06 pm
I have the same frameset and with Enve 3.4 wheels (27.5mm external width, 21mm internal), clearance is generous, 28mm tires fit with room to spare.

good, you mount which tires in 25 and 28 on that?

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by Dan Gerous

petosagan wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 11:18 pm
Dan Gerous wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 10:06 pm
I have the same frameset and with Enve 3.4 wheels (27.5mm external width, 21mm internal), clearance is generous, 28mm tires fit with room to spare.

good, you mount which tires in 25 and 28 on that?
I tried Vittoria Corsa G+ 28, Conti GP4000IIs 25 (they actually measured a tad over 28) and now Conti GP5000 25.

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petosagan wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 9:23 pm
Beaver wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 8:49 pm
You should be fine, as the second generation SuperSix Evo doesn't have the clearance issues of the first generation (real 25mm tire width only).

Maybe even with a 28mm tire on that rims, depending on tire model (Conti GP 5000 will work).

ok nice
thanks... anyway light bicycles have 2 choices... 19 or 21 inner.. maybe im better with 19.. so almost every 25 and some 28 will work..?
19mm inner width is ok for 23mm tires, but if you know you will use 25+mm tires only anyway, you should pick the 21mm inside width (wich will also accept 23mm tires, but they are not that easy to mount).

petosagan
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by petosagan

Beaver wrote:
petosagan wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 9:23 pm
Beaver wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 8:49 pm
You should be fine, as the second generation SuperSix Evo doesn't have the clearance issues of the first generation (real 25mm tire width only).

Maybe even with a 28mm tire on that rims, depending on tire model (Conti GP 5000 will work).

ok nice
thanks... anyway light bicycles have 2 choices... 19 or 21 inner.. maybe im better with 19.. so almost every 25 and some 28 will work..?
19mm inner width is ok for 23mm tires, but if you know you will use 25+mm tires only anyway, you should pick the 21mm inside width (wich will also accept 23mm tires, but they are not that easy to mount).
Yep. I use Vittoria open corsa 25..
Gp4000 ll 25. Scwalbee one 25.

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