Zipp launches new tubeless-ready disc brake wheelset

In San Luis Obispo, California, Zipp launches its new 30 Course wheelset, which will hit shops in May and come in at a respectable £800 a pair.

In the lush hills of California’s wine region, in a beach side town called San Luis Obispo, the American brand released details of its new wheelset, named ’30 Course’.

It is the first wheelset in Zipp’s range to be tubeless ready, and the brand new aluminium rim is available in a clincher or tubular option. As well as breaking with tradition by offering a tubeless system as part of the range, the new 30 Course wheelset is also disc brake equipped.

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