Hope Fortus 30W Factory Wheelset
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Hope Fortus 30W Factory Mountain Bike Wheels.
Hope Pro 4 hubs built into Hope Fortus 30W wide profile Enduro and downhill rims.
Wheel Status Update (22.03.20)
Our supply chain remains open with deliveries still coming from our major wheel component suppliers in the UK. We can continue to take orders and build wheels until this situation changes.
Hope's newly designed Fortus 30W 30mm internal diameter rim factory built onto their Pro 4 6 Bolt Disc Mountain Bike Hubs. Available in 26", 27.5" and 29", the Fortus 30W is supplied by Moonglu with tubeless tape and tubeless valves. Choose from 6 hubs colours, 3 freehub body options and BOOST or non Boost hubs. 35mm external diameter, 30mm internal, optimized for 2.4-2.8" tyres.
- 1 x Hope Pro 4 32 hole front hub (hub specification)
- 1 x Hope Pro 4 32 hole rear hub (hub specification) (exploded view) (freehub options)
- 64 x DT Competition Stainless Steel Double Butted Spokes Black
- 2 x Hope Fortus 30W rims
- 26" Pair - 2230g
- 27.5" Pair - 2305g
- 29" Pair - 2435g
- 26" Rim only - 645g
- 27.5" Rim only - 675g
- 29" Rim only - 720g
Hub Axle Options
|Front Wheel||Rear Wheel|
|9mm Standard Quick Release||10mm Standard Quick Release|
|15mm Thru Axle||142 x 12mm Thru Axle|
|20mm Thru Axle|
|110 x 15mm BOOST Thru Axle||148 x 12mm BOOST Thru Axle|
- The rear wheel can be supplied with the option of 9/10/11 speed compatible alloy or steel freehub body or SRAM XD drive compatible.
- These rims are tubeless compatible from Hope. Although Hope don't supply them tubeless ready, we fit tubeless tape prior to dispatch. We also include a free pair of tubeless valves.
- The wheel weights quoted above are genuine, complete wheels measured in the shop.
- For further information about our wheel builds please refer to our Wheel Building FAQs.
- Warranty Policy
These wheels are factory ordered from Hope. With hub colours, rim diameters and frame dimensions, there are too many combinations for us to stock. When we receive an order we will place an immediate order with Hope. Once they arrive at Moonglu we will check them over, check the spoke tension, fit the tubeless tape and valves and dispatch them straight away. Although we'd like this process to be seamless, it may take 3-5 days for delivery.
Wheel Builder's Comments
Hope factory built wheels have always been popular and are a great upgrade wheel. Their Fortus wheels take this to the next level with wider rim profiles keeping their products on the curve of modern mountain bike trends. Our wheel building expert will check these wheels prior to dispatch or collection to make sure the spoke tension is even and balanced across the wheel.
Stock, Shipping and Returns
Shipping Destinations: United Kingdom and Europe (additional shipping cost for Europe)
Returns Class: Custom
Delivery: Free in the UK
Click and Collect: Yes
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Is it possible to purchase these with hubs suitable for centerlock brake discs? If not, are there adapters available? Thank you
Thanks for your message. The Hope Fortus wheels are all built onto Pro 4 hubs meaning they are only available in a 6 bolt disc rotor fitting. If you have centrelock rotors already the is no adapter for this. If you want the Fortus wheels you would also have to change to 6 bolt rotors.
Neil @ Moonglu
Hi I'm looking at the hope Fortus 30 wheels, but I'm not quite sure what freehub body I would need. I currently have a SRAM NX freehub (PG 1130). I'm guessing I would need the steel option? Thanks, Tom
Thanks for your message. For that cassette you will need to select either the Shimano/SRAM 10/11 Speed Alloy or Steel Freehub options, not the XD drive.
I hope this helps, let me know if you have any problems.
Neil @ Moonglu