Tubeless information

 

What is a tubeless wheel?

Tubeless wheels are wheels without any inner tube. Specific tubeless tyres are mounted directly on the rim, without any air chamber, and this brings uncountable advantages.

What is the STS Tubeless System?

STS stands for “Standard Tubeless System” because of its simple application in manufacturing processes. This system respects the standard wheel architecture designed by the manufacturer, instead of alterating the wheel design. We add our tubeless system, with specific drilling angles and our STS Nipples, the very heart of our technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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STS2. The evolution of species.

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Forged aluminum rims and STS2 tubeless system. Discover the most performing spoked wheel on the market.


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Unprecedented resistance, outstanding shock absorption, and a renewed design, paired with an evolution of our tubeless system.

STS2 sets a new standard in the manufacturing of spoked wheels for motorcycles.

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Spokes. A century of experience.

We design and produce spokes and nipples side by side with the world’s greatest manufacturers of bicycles and motorcycles since 1926: a century of experience, poured in each wheel.

Each spoke is different

Different bikes and different uses require different materials, shapes and features. That’s why our selection of materials and coatings reflects the specific use of each wheel model.

Stainless Steel: perfect on road.

We use stainless steel on street bikes, to extend the resistance to corrosion and the durability of the wheels. Stainless steel can be naturally silver or coated in black, thanks to a process of electric conversion.

Carbon Steel: our racing choice.

We mount carbon steel spokes on Supermoto wheels to maximize performances and stress resistance and to reduce weight. Carbon steel is coated in silver with a multi- layered zinc treatment or in black with a nanotech electrode position process.

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Building a spoked wheel may appear as a simple operation, but in fact is just the opposite: a traditional process, almost a sacred rite, that needs to be performed rigorously by hand. The mechanical expertise needed to center and balance properly a spoked wheel is something that cannot be replaced by any modern machine.

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