Surprisingly light and hand built in Eugene, Oregon, the Aspin tips the scales in favor of lightweight and budget. Named for the famed climb in the French Pyrenees, the Aspin was designed as a climbing wheel with a low spoke count and low rim profile.
Using the technology of the Elan, the Aspin combines a stiffer spoke set, bomb-proof hubs and beefier rims for overall added toughness. They are durable enough for everyday training and commuting, yet still light enough for race day.
The Attack is a versatile wheel upgrade choice. The 32mm height of the rim is just the right height to offer an aerodynamic advantage while maintaining light weight for cornering and accelerating. The all carbon clincher rim is easy to mount tires on and has an excellent braking surface for those time you want to slow down.
The humble beginnings of Rolf Prima wheels began in the mid-90′s by Rolf Dietrich in his home in Maumee, Ohio. The company really made marks when they provided Lance Armstrong wheels during his early winnings of the Tour de France.
The Vigor is an aerodynamic wheel that rivals the weight of climbing category wheels. It is light, stiff and extremely fast. Ideal for fast rides over flat to rolling terrain but a great wheel for climbing too. The Vigor has been proven by many riders, and is put to the test by many of our local racers of the Maumee Valley Wheelmen, who are sponsored by Rolf Prima.