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Sapim CX Ray bladed spokes in silver. Cut to any length between 240 mm and 270 mm.
Every spoke comes with a 10p credit towards a nipple. This equates to free Standard 12mm silver brass nipples, just add the nipples you need to the basket and the discount is applied. If required please see our selection of spoke nipples.
All spokes are custom cut in house on our shear and die equipped spoke cutting and threading machine. We currently offer spokes in sizes from 110-310mm cut to any length you require to the nearest mm. Threads are rolled, not cut, meaning no stress risers are formed, using exactly the same process as a spoke factory.
We recommend using a double butted spoke such as the Sapim Race or DT Swiss Competition for most wheels. Butted spokes save weight, and greatly increase the fatigue life of a well built wheel.
Need to calculate what size spokes you reqå√uire? We have links to spoke calculators.
Founded in 1918 by Mr. Herman Schoonhoven, Sapim has been producing spokes and nipples of the highest quality for over a century!
Sapim are a team of professionals dedicated to bicycle spokes and nipples. Everybody is committed to providing top-notch expertise, experience and advice to customers.
Sapim constantly monitor each step of their production process. They offer a wide range of products made from the very best raw materials only and call on the services of a unique testing facility to test the performance of their products and those of their customers, because wheels are subject to more and more intensive uses, higher pressures and stronger weight requirements. It is without surprise that Sapim is considered by many professionals as the leader in the design and production of spokes and nipple.
Sapim use different grade of steel, different diameters, heads, surfaces and, of course, length. Producing with care and on highest quality standards Sapim offer the widest range in the market. All Sapim’s spokes are made in the Europe and more specifically in Belgium and France.