How do you power your devices while on the run? How can you power my Garmin, charge your phone, charge your camera and run my lights without having to stop? The answer is easy: with a dynamo hub.
And we offer you a TFHPC Grinder with a Dynamo hub included. The wheel is designed to be tubeless for racing and training, and includes pre-installed tubeless tape. Can be ridden with regular tire and tube.
About he Dynamo hub, is essentially a hub that is built into the front wheel of your bike, and that generates electricity, enabling you to power your electronic devices without create an unwanted amount of resistance.
Dynamo hub’s are now almost as small as a standard hub, and come in a range spoke configurations and axle standards in order to meet the demands of the most discerning cyclist.
In this case, by switching out the end-caps, you’ll be able to interchange your dynamo wheel between bikes that employ QR, 12 mm or 15 mm axles. You can get the hub in either the standard 100 mm hub width or to suit 110 mm Boost forks, and this disc brake hub is available with 6-bolt brake rotor mounts.
Anyway, Dynamo hubs are becoming more and more common on bikes used for bicycle touring and bikepacking. This can be attributed to advancements in LED technology, improvements to the dynamo hub itself and the fact that we all have USB powered devices that we like to charge along the way.
Discipline: Cross Country/Gravel
Rims: Aluminum Disc, tubeless
Spokes: 28 h 3-Cross Front and Rear and Rear
Front weight: +- 811 g
Rear weight: +- 905 g
Pair weight: +- 1716 g
Front Axle: 9QRx100/12x100/15x100 (Optional)
Rear Axle: 9QRx135/12x142 (Optional)
Freehub: Shimano/SramXD/ShimanoMicroSpline (Optional)
Hub/spacing: 15x100 mm
Bearings: Inox Enduro
Wide: 24 mm
Inside width: 19 mm
Deep: 22 mm
Color: Black Rims with Black Hubs
Weight: 449 g
Brake type: 6 holes Disc Brake
Axle Type: QR 15/12/9 mm (one hub can be compatible with 3 different end cap)
Spoke Holes: 28 holes
O.L.D: 15x100 mm
Sealed Cartridge Bearing (SB): 2 pcs