Paniagua (42mm)
Paniagua (42mm)
Paniagua (42mm)

Paniagua (42mm)

Regular price£759.00

  • Wheelset
  • Tubeless tape (optional upgrade)
  • Tubeless valves (optional upgrade)
  • User guide
  • Front axle: 12 x 100mm thru axle
  • Rear axle: 12 x 142mm thru axle

If you require QR axles or 15mm x 100mm thru axle (front), please contact us to discuss custom build options.

  • Freehub: Shimano HG (11/12-speed)

If you require a SRAM XDR freehub please include a comment when placing your order.

For Campagnolo or Shimano Microspline, please contact us to discuss custom build options.

  • Rotor interface: Centerlock

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The Paniagua is the ideal modern all-round wheelset.  Combining low weight, robust build quality and a wide profile rim design optimised for the modern 28-30mm tyre, this wheelset will surprise and delight with its versatility.

  • Depth: 42.1mm
  • Width: 29.0mm
  • Internal rim width: 21.0mm hooked
  • Parcours Disc
  • Centerlock
  • 6 pawl freehub mechanism on 32T ratchet ring
  • 2 x 6902 (front) / 2 x 6902 (rear) / 2 x 6902 (freehub)
  • Pillar 1423 spokes
  • 24 front / 24 rear
  • 2-cross (front) / 2-cross (rear DS/NDS)
  • Front: 745g
  • Rear: 855g
  • Wheelset: 1,600g
  • Min: 25mm
  • Optimal: 28-30mm
  • Max: 45mm

Looking for the perfect modern all-round wheelset? These lightweight and robust wheels are ready to perform on both summer adventures and winter rides.

The Paniagua might be our more affordable option, but it utilises a modern design with a wide internal rim profile to fit the wider tyres our riders are looking to run. It’s ideal for use on both gravel rides and as a winter training wheelset due to its robust nature.


"Superb and feel more premium than their entry-level label suggests. They’re fast, stiff and responsive, and do whatever is asked of them - over and over again...

Parcours has nailed the brief here. "

"Versatile, reliable and competitively priced...

Pitched at the entry level and intended for use on a range of road surfaces and qualities. For me this is about right: the wheels are good without any stand out pros but certainly no glaring cons."

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