SAT C60|88 PRO Clincher/Tubeless
Price in USD for 1 Pair (Front + Rear Wheel)
3 Years Warranty / Free Worldwide Shipping (Tax Excluded)
Yoeleo SAT Technology
No Outer Holes on Tire Bed
Wheels Strength +30%
Inflation Capacity +10%
Wheelset Weight -30g (No Rim Tapes Required)
Braking Surface Technology
High Temperature Resin+1K Carbon
Better Heat-Dissipation / Longer Braking Lifetime
Tubeless Technology (25mm)
Compatible with Both Clincher and Tubeless Tires
No Rim Sealing Tapes Needed for Tubeless Tires
DT Swiss Straight Pull Hubs with Ratchet System Technology
Guarantees Top Performance and Reliability
DT Swiss 350: Front 110g / Rear 264g
DT Swiss 240s: Front 105g / Rear 209g
Top-Level Aero Spoke from Sapim
Sapim CX-Ray / Sapim Secure Lock Nipples
Wheels For: 700C Road Bikes
Decal Color: Black Glossy
Weave Finish: UD Matt
Rims Material: Carbon Fiber T700 with 1K Carbon
Rims Type: Clincher/Tubeless
Rims Depth: Front 60mm, Rear 88mm
Rims Width: 23mm/25mm
Rim Shape: U Shaped
Braking Track: High temperate resin plus 1K Carbon braking track
60mm: in 23mm wide: 550g+/-15g, in 25mm wide: 570g+/-15g
88mm: in 23mm wide: 665g+/-15g, in 25mm wide: 680g+/-15g
Hubs: DT Swiss 350 Straight Pull / DT Swiss 240S Straight Pull
DT Swiss 350 Straight Pull:110g+264g
DT Swiss 240S Straight Pull:105g+209g
O.L.D: Front 100mm,Rear 130mm
Cassette Body: For Shimano 10.11 speed or Campagnolo 10.11 speed. (Contact us if you need spacers to run 9/10 speed)
Spokes: Black Sapim CX-Ray
Spoke Count: Front 20H, Rear 24H
Nipples: Black Sapim Secure Lock Nipples
with DT Swiss 350 Straight Pull: in 23mm wide 1734+/-15g, in 25mm wide 1784+/-15g
with DT Swiss 240S Straight Pull: in 23mm wide 1674+/-15g, in 25mm wide 1724+/-15g
Black Titanium Quick Release Skewers(1pr)
Yoeleo Ceramic Brake Pads(2prs)
Recommended Tire Width: 700x23(25) for 23mm wide, 700x25(28) for 25mm wide
Tube Compatibility: Presta
Rider Weight Limit: 242lbs /115kg
Max Tire Pressure Limit: 125PSI/8.6bar
Warranty: 3 Years
Certification: UCI Approved
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
1 person found the following review helpfulAmazing Wheelset
onAmazing Wheelset, and this is the 2nd set i purchased from Yoeleo.
1 person found the following review helpfulReview Update
onThis morning Mike represented the Team down on the Hopelands course for the ATTA 40km time trial.
This is a flat course shaped like a “P” with a single short lap after the start at the intersection of Karnup and Hopelands roads; and then a straight out-and-back run down to the end of Hopelands Road with a hairpin turn at the bottom and return to the finish line at the Hopelands Hall.
The course is almost dead-flat but once again headwinds can play havoc, as happened again today. Temperatures were in the high 30’s by the time most riders hit the turn-around point, and that coupled with a headwind all the way home caused great discomfort, with one experienced rider telling Mike that the ride home had been the worst experience on a bike that he had ever had, and another mentioning that all she wanted to do was to “throw up” all the way home.
In the end Mike finished 13th overall and 4th in the 50-59M age-group at an average speed of just over 39kph. Mike reports satisfaction with his ride, being the 5th quickest rider out of the top 15 on the return leg to the finish line. One fun fact is that his TT power output is down from this time last year (due to a change in training focus) yet his overall speed hasn’t diminished - perhaps it’s the Yoeleo wheels?
1 person found the following review helpfulYoeleo SAT PRO 60/88 wheel set
onFirst TT done on the Yoeleo SAT PRO 60/88 wheel set and it is time for Mike to give his report on how they rode:
"I have now ridden for three weeks with the Yoeleo wheels fitted to my time trial bike, over rides ranging from 80kms + down to short 30 or 40km rides.
I have found that the wheels perform well over all those distances, most especially the longer rides once I dialled in my tyre pressures.
Because they are tubeless tyres they can be run at markedly lower pressures than tubulars or tyre/tube combos. That makes for less rolling resistance, but more importantly on longer rides for greater comfort especially on a TT bike where you want to spend all your time in the aero position, and in which you normally feel every little bump in the road with fully inflated tyres.
My longer rides have dealt with some strong head and side winds, and I have had no trouble with control over the front wheel in those conditions even in the more unstable aero TT position - I have never felt like I had to sit up and grab at the climbing bars due to cross winds.
This morning's TT down at Pinjarra saw some truely horrendous gusts coming across in some places, but once again I had no trouble with the front wheel...
The more I ride these wheels the more I like them - I can definitely see there coming a time when all my bikes sport Yoeleo wheels if all the ranges perform like these."
1 person found the following review helpfulAnother ride done - still impressed
onAs promised - here is Mike’s report on the Yoeleo SAT60/88 Pro Tubeless/Clincher wheel set performance on a ride that is not flat…
“This morning’s Team ride took in the Perth River Loop, which is a 66km loop with a total elevation of only 350m; but that elevation comes in some pretty sharp and explosive climbs on which you want a good responsive set of wheels. It is not the sort of course where you would necessarily look to your deep section wheels - but as promised I rode the Yoeleo TT setup on my road bike this morning to see how they would go.
I was very impressed with the performance of these wheels this morning - I and my team mates have not been training over the past 3-4 weeks due to the holiday festivities and yet we managed a Strava KOM along the Perth waterfront during which the Yoeleos were leading out the team - these are fast wheels. Probably what you would expect from a good TT set-up to be fair, but where I was impressed with the wheels’ performance in particular was climbing Mosman Hill.
Mosman Hill for those who don’t know it is only just over 300m in length but at an average gradient of just about 9% and with a couple of ramps at around 12%. My time up there today was my second fastest ever and certainly not what you would expect from such a deep sectioned profile wheel set. The wheels accelerated well into the base of the climb and held their speed without feeling like they were dragging me back; that is not what I expected.
Then again on other sharp climbs like Preston Point and Reserve Street my times up weren’t so far off normal either.
One thing you do notice on the longer rides that I have ridden on these wheels (over 100km) is a bit of a harsh ride on the rear wheel due to the short spokes in a deep section. That is normal but not a deal breaker… 88mm is not the normal depth you would go for if your riding is that sort of distance regularly anyway and in any case the “harshness” can be alleviated with tyre pressure.
One of the things I do like on these wheels from a mechanic’s point of view are the external spoke nipples - I know that wheel manufacturers sometimes use internal nipples for “aero” gains, but to be honest internal spoke nipples on a tubeless set-up are an absolute pain in the neck for a mechanic if the wheel ever needs a quick true (which they all do sooner or later). Having to re-tape a rim and re-do the tubeless set-up just to tighten a couple of spokes is really annoying and that is not something anyone is going to be worried about in the future if they need to work on these wheels.
The more I ride these wheels the more impressed I am with them. I have ridden some very expensive wheel sets, and to be honest I don’t think you would be able to tell the difference over these wheels - apart from the pain of paying for them in the first place.
Another ride done - still impressed.”
1 person found the following review helpfulUnboxing Review
onI have unboxed quite a few really expensive wheel sets in my time, and these are by far the best protected wheels I have seen. They are shipped with spare spokes, aero quick releases, and brake pads as well as 'UCI approved' stickers if you wanted to put them on."
"Side loading bottle cages are particularly perfect for small frames when a tall bottle just can't be mounted on the seat post in a normal cage."
"The wheels themselves are very sexy looking, with no spoke holes in the wide rim bed to allow for mounting tubeless tyres without having to go through the rigmarole of special rim-tape. The rims are modern wide rim beds with the blunt trailing edge that you see on all the expensive wheel sets now. The hubs on this set are DT Swiss 350's which are their performance workhorse hubs. I can't wait to get them on the road to see how they perform"
1 person found the following review helpfulGreat value. Highly recommend.
onHi Yoeleo, I'm Adam from Melbourne Australia and want to say a big thank you for the new wheels for my TT bike. I got the Yoeleo Series Ghost Clinchers (60/88) in 23mm width. I chose the DT Swiss hub and Sapim CXRay straight pull spoke upgrade. They are beautifully made and ride so smooth and quiet on the Swiss hubs. I am very happy. Great value. Highly recommend.
“first ride” impressions
onHere are Mikes “first ride” impressions of the Yoeleo SAT60/88 Pro Tubeless Clincher wheels after his and Mark’s ride down to Mandurah this morning.
“I set the wheels up in this way - the front wheel is tubeless with a Schwalbe Pro-One TL 23mm tyre and sealant. I had to use a 23mm tyre simply because my 2014 Scott Team Issue Foil won’t take a 25mm tyre in the front fork. The width of the tyre when mounted is 25mm. The rear wheel is currently fitted with a tube containing sealant because I haven’t yet obtained a 100mm long tubeless valve stem (once I have that will be tubeless as well). The rear wheel has a 25mm Schwalbe Pro-One V-guard tyre on it and the width of that tyre on the rim is 28mm.
The 23mm tyre on the front transitions smoothly onto the brake surface of the front wheel, where-as the 25mm tyre on the rear wheel bulges slightly over the brake surface (as you can see in the photos).
Both tyres went onto the rim easily by hand (no tyre levers involved). The front tyre took a bit of patience in seating it, probably because the rim bed of the wheel is so wide and it took a bit of jiggling to get the 23mm tyre to bridge right across and seal - but it did happen and I expect a 25mm tyre to seat a lot easier.
Before fitting the tyres I mounted both wheels into my workshop Park Tool TS-2.2 truing stand and found both the be very true. I have seen worse on other wheels new out of the box so this was great to see on these wheels. Spokes were nicely and evenly tensioned.
This morning my team-mate Mark and I decided to do a nice easy run down to Mandurah (about 55kms each way south) for coffee. The ‘Mandurah run’ is notorious over here in Perth for a cross/headwind at some point in the ride (either on the way down or more often on the way back) and this morning was no different with a nasty cross/headwind all the way home. I mention that because of the depth of these rims. The rear 88mm shouldn’t have a noticeable effect in a cross-wind but sometimes a 60mm front rim will have an effect making the ride uncomfortable and unstable due to wind shear off the trailing edge of the wheel.
I had absolutely no trouble in this morning’s wind. Full disclosure I am 188cm tall and weigh 85kg currently and a lighter rider may have a different experience, but I felt very minimal shearing through the handle bars; certainly no different from my normal 48mm wheels, which have the same bluntened trailing edge profile as the Yoeleo wheels.
One noticeable thing with the rear hub is how silent it is… not completely silent, but enough so that you notice the lack of noise. That may not suit some people who enjoy the loud clacking or buzzing from some hubs, but I enjoy riding a silent bike.
Braking was positive on both wheels but we’ll see if that changes in the wet some time in May or June when it finally rains over here.
Apart from the 44deg C temperatures that we faced on the way home this morning I really enjoyed riding this wheel set. This morning’s ride is flat and so no sustained climbing was required today, but these aren’t climbing wheels. Whenever I got out of the saddle for short efforts the wheels responded quickly and they spun up quickly when accelerating. I am going to see how they go in the hills at some stage so look out for that.
So - first impressions are very favourable.”
Awesome ride with C88
onAwesome ride with C88, thank you so much!
onWheels arrived, here are some picture of my bike