Halo Wheels (UK) – "Vortex, the answer to enduro - Built around the traverses of the Enduro World Series our Vortex wheels redefine what Enduro wheels are", stated the company.
"Using an asymmetric design we have equalised spoke tensions and built a package that leaves descents in its wake, whilst cutting down weight where it isn’t needed for energy sapping climbs. To compensate for the differences in wall length and strength of an asymmetric design, the wall thicknesses have been proportioned to balance out impact forces equally. The Vortex offers offset wheel benefits, without compromise", explained Halo Wheels.
Medium of Contruction:
"Using specially sourced 6061 T-10 heat treated Aluminium alloy, the Vortex is built from a material that has high tolerance for impact forces, offers light weights and is more sustainable than Carbon Fibre counterparts", added the company.
Turning Up the Volume:
With a generous 33mm internal width, Vortex wheels increase tyre volume and maximise the available grip on offer with tubeless compatibility. Lower pressure, more grip.
The centre of the Vortex:
At the core of the Vortex wheels are Halo's new and improved instantaneous 120 point pick up MT Supadrive and MT Front hubs, with sealed bearings, timeless Halo appearance and super wide spaced flanges for increased stiffness and durability.
The MT hub range is modular and current. Available in Boost and traditional fitments with HG or XD freehubs, Vortex wheels fit almost all applications of modern Enduro bikes. Boost Adaptor kits and Torque Cap Adaptors are available separately to offer updatable fitment and tunability.
A drive system to rely on:
"With our latest version of the MT Supadrive hub we have increased stiffness and reduced flex with a heat treated, hollow Cro-Mo Steel axle for maximum power transfer. Utilising a wedge pawl mechanism the Supadrive system withstands incredible torque loads. Featuring 13 micro teeth per pawl, drive is transferred efficiently through a dramatically increased surface area", concluded Halo Wheels about their new Vortex Enduro Wheels.