NoTubes ZTR Flow EX Rim Review

4.67 out of 5
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March 15, 2016
Model/Year: 2015

Pros: Built like a tank
fat guy friendly
Wide Rim
light for what they are

Cons: none

Recommendation: Ive had these for one season, and they have stayed true. well built, and the wide rim helps with balance and slow speed approaches. These rims will have you track sanding like a pro without any practice

August 16, 2015
Model/Year: Flow Ex 2014

Pros: Tough Rim

Cons: Not ust
Some tires don't seat well on this rim

Recommendation: Great rim for all mountain riding!! I weigh 200 pounds and this rim still looks like it is in new condition other than the stickers. The rim Stays tru better than all the other rims i have used. Great for tech riding hold up to drops and rocks. Some tires can be hard to get seated but if you use a compressor it is easy.

May 27, 2014
Model/Year: ZTR Flow Rims

Pros: Light and Strong. Exactly what you want in rims. Tubeless tires are super easy to set up.

Cons: The graphics are stickers and are starting to peel a bit after a year and a half.

Recommendation: I paired these rims with DT Swiss 240S hubs and couldn't be happier with their performance. They are a great all mountain, every ride rim. I have beat on them for over a year in Western Colorado and Utah and they still roll great. If you are going to race, a different rim like the Arch might be a bit lighter and more advantageous, but you can't go wrong with this rim for your goto wheels.