G3 Gravel

Rim Size
Front Axle
Rear Axle

The Story:

Our 2021 alloy gravel wheel has been redesigned for the new season to get you across the gravel bliss without a hiccup.

Two word that you will get used to hearing with this wheel set is simplicity and durability! The rim is a solid 25/30mm wide, and 24mm deep providing a stiff, responsive, yet forgiving ride.

Our hand built wheels are laced two-cross with Sapim Double butted spokes, and brass nipples to further emphasize the durability of the wheel set. They are centered around our sealed-bearing Mercury designed hub set that can convert from thru axle to QR easily so you can use it on your whole fleet of bikes. The set comes in at a respectable 1799g for the set

They're also available in two sizes - 700c (29") or 650b (27.5") to help fit a multitude of applications and/or conversions.

The Details: 

  • Rim(s) / Size: Mercury G3C / 700c (29") or 650b (27.5")
  • Rim Material: Black anodized shot-peened alloy cured at T6
  • Tire interface & Mounting: Clincher and Tubeless Compatible
  • Braking Use: Disc Brake- Center Lock
  • Depth: 24mm 
  • External Width: 30mm
  • Internal Width: 25mm
  • Hub(s): Mercury sealed bearing - 24°
  • Freehub body / Cassette Interface: Shimano 9/10/11 or SRAM XDR
  • Axle(s): 12x100 / 12x142mm - can be converted to QR or 15mm or BOOST - 15x110 / 12x148mm
  • Spokes: Sapim Race
  • Nipples: Sapim Brass
  • Hand-built in Utah
  • Laser etched logos
  • Weight in grams: 1799 grams per set (+/- 2%)
  • Warranty: 2 year(s) against manufacturer's defects extended to the product's original owner. 
  • What's included: Tubeless tape and tubeless valves 
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Mercury supports standard 100mm and boost 110mm front wheel 15mm thru-axle systems. We can convert thru-axles to accommodate quick releases if your fork requires the use of a quick release. Front axle specifications are provided by your fork manufacturer.  Rear axle configuration is determined by your frame. You can find most in the specs section of the manufacturer website.

Standard = 15mm x 100mm Thru-axle Front
Boost = 15mm x 110mm Thru-Axle Front

12x142 is the most common current rear axle configuration for all-mountain bikes.

12x148 is boost.  Rear axle configuration is determined by your frame. You can find most in the specs section of the manufacturer website.

WARRANTY: 2 yr warranty extends from the date of purchase, applies only to the original owner, and is not transferable. 

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