Scope Cycling (Netherlands) - Press Release: The new All-road wheels from the Sport Series feature proven technologies from our previous generation carbon wheels. All valuable insights have been carried over into a whole new range of wheels.
Same as the Race Series, the Sport Series wheels are hand-built and meet the same high-quality standards. Like all Scope wheels, the Sport Series is developed in The Netherlands, with a focus on the perfect balance between aerodynamics, stiffness, and durability.
Perfect tire fit:
The unique geometry of our Scope Tubeless System ensures easy mounting, direct inflation, long-lasting pressure and compatibility with all (tubeless) tires.
With our Local Reinforcement carbon technology we increase the number of carbon layers only around the spoke holes on the inside of the rim. This way we significantly reduce its weight, while preserving the strength and stiffness.
Sport Series versus Race Series:
What are the differences between the Sport Series wheels and the Race Series wheels?
About the Technologies:
- The Race series feature our newest technologies, including our Diamond ratchet hub-set, and AEA optimized wider rims (28/30 mm – external width).
- The Sport series carries the proven technologies from the previous generation of Scope wheels, the hubs featuring our 3-pawl system. For the S4.A wheelset, the rim is 30 mm wide and tubeless ready.
- Both series make use of the Scope tubeless system and the Local Reinforcement carbon lay-up.
About the Spokes:
- The Race series make use of our top-of-the-line Sapim CX-Ray / Sprint Aero spokes.
- The Sport series are built with the Sapim CX Leader Aero spokes.
Sport versus Race:
To recap, the Race Series wheels are more lightweight due to the lighter hub system and spokes. Besides that, the Race Series provide better aerodynamic performance and rolling resistance due the AEA shaped wider rims. Same as the Race Series, the Sport Series wheels are hand-built and meet the same high-quality standards. Like all Scope wheels, the Sport Series is developed in The Netherlands, with a focus on the perfect balance between aerodynamics, stiffness, and durability.