Custom Nobl TR36 wheels, handbuilt in Colorado, with your choice of hubs from Chris King, DT Swiss, Hope, Industry Nine, Onyx, Project 321, Shimano or White Industries.
The all new TR36 was designed to tackle the roughest lines you can throw at it and handle them with poise and confidence. Designed with mid to long travel trail bikes in mind, the TR36 will help you conquer new lines, or shave seconds off old ones.
Nobl has taken everything we've learned from the past two generations of the TR36 and rolled in a host of tech improvements that result in the best performing trail rim we have ever created. Resin system and layup tweaks result in improved impact resistance and handling characteristics.
With a 30mm internal width, the TR36 is ideally suited for 2.3″ – 2.8″ tires. The revised 25mm height, in conjunction with layup tweaks bring control and stability into your ride while keeping the harshness at bay. The TR36 is right at home on mid to long travel trail bikes. From flow lines to loam lines, jump lines to slab lines, the all new TR36 will take your riding to the next level.
- 430g (27.5″)
- 443g (29″)
- ERD 27.5″: 553mm
- ERD 29″ : 591mm
- 28 or 32h
NOBL rims are produced to a high standard using Toray T700 carbon fiber. They use a hookless design which is lower and rounder than most rims which provides more impact protection and increased resistance to flatting. A curved bead seat helps set up your tires tubeless and makes them harder to burp. Typically a floor pump is all that is needed to seat the tires.
The new TR36 features a revised profile that is shorter than its predecessor, while maintaining the ‘sweet spot’ dimensions of the previous rim. Combined with reinforced sidewalls, the new TR36 is stronger and more impact resistant while providing slightly more ‘give’ to prevent it from riding harsh. The result is a balanced and controlled rim that will inspire confidence when the going gets rough.
The new resin system and manufacturing process results in a ‘raw’ finish that produces a higher level of scratch resistance. Thanks to less heating cycles and no clearcoat, refinishing, or other chemicals being used post-production, the rims are now produced in a more environmentally friendly way.