2014 Breva Crystal Clincher

The Breva is a breakaway specialists dream it climbs beautifully and maintaining speed on the flats seems effortless.
Brands: Spada Wheels

The 2014 Breva clincher is an alround wheel which combines low weight with the aero performance that comes from a 32mm deep rim.

The Breva Crystal benefits from the Spada’s excellent 'Cristallo' hubs that tip the scales at only 54g front and 180g rear.

Built to order for you, by hand in Tirano, northern Italy, by the wheelbuilding legend Corrado Spada himself he will combine the lightweight, aerodynamic and resiliant Breva rims with his smooth rolling 'Cristallo' hubs to form a durable wheelset with a built weight of only 1350g per pair.

For a dependable everyday riding wheel you certainly will not be held back when the road points uphill. The durability and use-ability of these wheels are unrivalled in their weight catagory. Ride safe in the knowledge that you will be on a set of wheels built by a true master.

Tubeless ready

Undoubtedly the most important invention in cycling history has been the pneumatic tyre. Without John Boyd Dunlop's contribution to the world in 1887, cycling just wouldn't be the same. The clincher tyre as we know it was invented by Michelin in 1891, and 122 years later the clincher tyre is still in use.

Today, clincher tyres are still the preferred choice (tubular tyres confined to the pro peloton and weight weenies), but road tubeless, first pioneered by Hutchinson a handful of years ago, is the promising future of tyre technology.

Fed up of getting punctures? Tubeless tyres, with a little liquid sealant in the space vacated by the inner tube, promise to eliminate 99% of punctures.



Front- Crystal 18 aero spokes from 0.9 to profile

Rear- Crystal 24 aero spokes from 0.9 to profile

32mm aluminum Aero clincher

Beautiful forged skewers

1350g per pair

11speed compatible- to use 10 speed cassettes just add the spacer

Delivery is typically 4-6 working days from receipt of order. UK delivery free; EU £40.00; Worldwide - ask for quote.