The world fastest track wheel
When track riders need the ultimate weapon for their battle against the oval elements, the FFWD DISC-T Lion brings that last piece of the puzzle. The DISC-T Lion was created to break records, which results in the UCI world hour record in September 2021 by British track rider Joss Lowden.
The DISC-T Lion in details
- Ultra-low weight of only 975 grams
- Maximum aerodynamics, minimum air resistance
- The first choice of National Track Teams
- UCI World Hour Record holder 2021
Maximum aerodynamics and ultra-low weight
Thanks to the reduction of 50 grams, the weight of the DISC-T Lion has been brought to just 975 grams. The "Optimized Lenticular Disc Shape" ensures the best possible aerodynamics, while at the same time 20% more stiffness compared to the competitors wheels in this range.
Tubular rim and FFWD track hub
The FFWD DISC-T Lion uses a rim that is suitable for mounting tubulars, which is still the first choice for many competition-oriented riders. The track specific FFWD hub ensures maximum performance and also an extremely reliable quality. The DISC-T Lion wheel is standard supplied with end nuts for locking.
What's in the box
- DISC-T Lion wheel (front or rear)
- FFWD branded wheel bag
- Locking end nuts
- Sprocket lockring (rear wheel)