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Araya 16B Gold tubular rim

$ 110.00

This rim is a polished silver, low-profile tubular rim for use in track racing featuring what became known as "Mavic-style" double-eyeleted construction. The 36 hole version is NJS certified and...
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Araya AR-713 rim

$ 45.00

Araya has been making top-quality rims since 1908 and the current production AR-713 rim is no exception, even at its affordable price. Featuring an extremely stiff yet low-profile 23mm sidewall...
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Araya SA-30 rim

$ 85.00

For those of you not in the know, Araya was and still is one of the top manufacturers of rims in Japan. This rim is a re-incarnation of the classic...
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Araya SA-730 rim - black

$ 80.00

The Araya SA-730 - in BLACK! A re-incarnation of the classic Super Aero from the 80s but with added strength. specs • 700c clincher • ERD: 578mm • width: 22mm...
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Araya SA-730 rim - polished silver

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For those of you not in the know, Araya has always been one of the top manufacturers of rims in Japan. Yes, they are still producing top-quality rims. A re-incarnation...
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Araya SA-730/Dura Ace 7600 wheelset - black

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These very special hand-built wheels feature black Araya SA-730 rims laced to Dura Ace 7600 hubs using Sapim Race 2.0/1.8/2.0mm butted spokes and Polyax brass nipples. Perfect for keeping your...
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Araya sticker

$ 1.00

3" x 3"  vinyl sticker. Put it on stuff!
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NOS Araya ADX-1W rim

$ 150.00

Regardless of the time period, Araya rims display unparalleled quality from Japan. This rim was considered one of the first "aero" profile rims. specs • new old stock (late 70s-early...
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NOS Araya RC-540 rim

$ 95.00

Originally designed for training use at the Keirin School in Japan, the RC-540 has a classic low-profile 18.8mm sidewall like most well-known Araya tubular rims but is a clincher so...

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