Velocite Gram Hubs

Whoa! These are looking good. Ok, I knew they might be nice as I did the graphics. Watch out for some other nice stuff coming from Velocite in the near future too. Anyway these hubs might look pretty, but the fact is they are made to be ridden and ridden hard. These hubs are so good. You won’t find much better at the price point (to be released). Front is 20h hub, 78g. Rear is 24h hub, 255g. Rear has three double pawls delivering 10 degrees engagement versus the industry “standard” 15 degrees, for much quicker pickup. Serious.
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