ABBEY Wheel Lacing Stand
ABBEY Wheel Lacing Stand

Abbey Wheel Lacing Stand


Regular price$879.95

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Custom wheels may be falling out of favor with mainstream cycling but that doesn't mean there's not people out there who still love to build them. While there is a lot of science that goes into making hubs, spokes and rims. There's a healthy does of art that goes into turning that pile of parts into a wheel that can see thousands of miles of use. Some parts of this process are straight forward and others require more experience. 

The Wheel Lacing Stand is another item from the Noble Catalog, a small tool maker from London who started as a wheel building specialist. This tool is pretty basic in purpose, it supports the hub and rim of a wheel independently while you are putting the spokes into it. This adds a good amount of speed to the start of the wheel building process with a 20% time savings! Perhaps the biggest benefit of the lacing stand is the ergonomic benefit. With the parts supported in the stand you no longer have to crouch over the rim on your lap. This is a big joy to the backs of wheel builders everywhere!

  • Compatible with quick release, 12 or 15 millimeter thru axle hubs
  • Compatible with rim diameters from 12"-29"/700c
  • Compatible with all rim widths and spoke counts

Designed by Noble in London England, Made in Bend Oregon.

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