Spinergy Partners with Classified Cycling for Powershift Wheelsets

Spinergy Partners with Classified Cycling for Powershift Wheelsets

Spinergy (United States) - Press Release: Spinergy, Inc. has released a line of wheels compatible with Classified’s Powershift, a wireless 2 speed shifting system integrated into the rear hub and replacing the front derailleur.

Thanks to state-of-the-art technology, riders can change gears in a split second, under full load and on any terrain. Powershift’s cutting-edge performance combines seamlessly with Spinergy’s DSR ecosystem where each element complements and enhances the other including our patented PBO fiber spokes offering advanced vibration damping. A purpose-built and custom Spinergy hubshell pairs with the Powershift unit ensuring a cohesive look and design. With our convenient compatibility system, riders can own multiple wheelsets for multiple disciplines and move the Powershift unit between them.

Spinergy’s Powershift-ready wheels are available in a full line of gravel and road wheels, on both carbon and alloy rims. Spinergy is proud to be at the forefront of this exciting evolution in bicycle technology.

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