Rim MTN 27.5" ZTR BARON MK3 Black 32

Reference : STANRTBT70001
Enduro, trail and all mountain use alloy 27.5" rim for disc
Weight : 540 gr
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    The 35mm internal width of the Baron MK3 brings Stan's unmatched traction and control to Plus tires
    The Baron MK3 is optimized for 2.80"-3.20" Plus tires, and joins the Sentry and Major to offer the most rim width options for wider tires
    The combination of a 35mm rim and Stan's patented ultra low profile sidewall means the Baron MK3 keeps you in control on even the most technical trails, while still rolling faster than conventional rim designs
    Our low profile rim shape is also stronger, stiffer and lighter by design, a great advantage for Plus wheels
    Patented bead socket tubeless technology means less rolling resistance and improved handling with high volume tires
    Most trusted tubeless system for easy setup and low maintenance
    Tubeless performance has never been as fast, easy, and reliable
    The Baron MK3 brings out the most in your high-volume tires  

    Rim Internal Width: 35.0mm
    Rim External Width: 38.4mm
    Rim Depth: 18.1mm
    Hole Count: 32-hole
    Color: Black
    Material: 6069 Aluminum Alloy
    Brakes: Disc only
    ERD: 564mm
    ETRTO: 584x26.0
    ISO: 27.5"x38.4mm
    Tape: 36mm
    Valve: Presta
    Spoke Tension: 125kgf (1225N)
    Max Rider Weight: 250lbs (113 kilo)
    Max Pressure with 2.8" Tire: 26psi
    Max Pressure with 3.2" Tire: 24psi  

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    BST rims are designed to match the shape of your tire's bead to create a safer and more secure air tight interface
    Bead Socket Technology rims are designed to match the shape of your tire's bead to create a safer and more secure air tight interface. Unlike the secure "socket" of a BST design, conventional rim shapes drive the bead of the tire down deeper into the rim, putting pressure on sidewalls that causes friction, restricts tire volume, and keeps the interface from forming a sufficient seal for tubeless use. BST rims secure the bead of the tire, not the sidewall, creating an air tight seal while allowing the tire's sidewall to expand to its true, rounder, more effective profile. The result is more traction and less rolling resistance. With lower-profile, less vulnerable sidewalls, our BST rims are also lighter and stronger by design, and accelerate more quickly  

    We all know the most important piece to the bicycle-terrain interaction is the contact patch between the tire and terrain, so tire profile and tire pressure play huge roles in bicycle performance and overall handling. But many rims just don't work well with the tires we're all using. Rims that are too narrow fail to offer sufficient sidewall support and protection to your tires and create a less stable shape. The result is less control in the corners, less traction on climbs, and more rolling resistance. Rims that are too wide also distort the tire profile, decreasing traction and control and driving impacts directly into the rim, negating the impact absorbing advantages of a tire's volume. Our WideRight rim widths are designed to strike the perfect balance between tire volume and sidewall function
    Though its roots can be traced back to the original Flow and Crest rim designs, we officially began the WideRight design philosophy with the introduction of our carbon rim shapes. With our new MK3 (always pronounced Mark 3) series, WideRight expands to our aluminum rims.  

    WideRight rim profiles allow the tire to achieve its proper shape, and that's the foundation for a great handling, fast-rolling, and responsive bike.  

    Our WideRight system makes it easy to find the perfect rim width for the tire size and volume you ride. Too narrow of an internal rim mixed with a high sidewall design gives you a "light bulb" tire profile while an ultra wide rim on a narrower tire will give you a flat to "bell shaped" tire profile. Neither of these scenarios give optimal tire profiles nor allows the tire to perform as intended.  

    WideRight profiles provide the optimal volume without distorting the tread pattern or the side knobs so each part of the tire is in the correct position for rolling and cornering, allowing for maximum traction and control as well as offering minimal rolling resistance. The WideRight profile advantages don't stop there. Proper tire profiles not only allow for optimal tire performance but also allow the tire to do its secondary job of protecting the rim as well as the tire's sidewall. A flat or bell-shaped tire profile leaves the tire exposed to sidewall cuts and creates undue chances for rim damage  

    Ride WideRigh recap:
    -Optimizes tire profiles
    - Maximizes traction
    - Properly distributes tire volume
    - Promotes the design intent of the tire profile and overall tire performance
    - Reduces tire pinch flats and sidewall damage
    - Allows tire to protect rim  
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