If you are a cycling enthusiast, you may have heard of the UCI test, a rigorous certification process that evaluates the quality and performance of bicycle components. The UCI test is conducted by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the world governing body for cycling sports. Only products that meet the UCI's high standards can be used in official UCI events, such as the Tour de France, the Olympic Games, and the World Championships.
The UCI test covers various aspects of bicycle components, such as weight, strength, stiffness, aerodynamics, durability, and safety. The test is designed to ensure that the components are reliable, efficient, and fair for all competitors. The test also aims to promote innovation and development in the cycling industry.
Recently, our ARC39 carbon fiber wheels passed the UCI test and performed extremely well, meeting all UCI requirements, proving their high quality and performance. We will make more of our models obtain UCI certification in the future.
We used the standard series of ARC39 wheel for testing. After the test, the lateral runout and radial runout of the wheel only changed by 0.07mm and 0.05mm. This is a very amazing result.
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There are currently many brands of carbon fiber wheels approved by the UCI, but few manufacturers can produce similar wheels that can only produce such a small jump after UCI testing.