disc wheel

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disc wheel

n
(Automotive Engineering) a road wheel of a motor vehicle that has a round pressed disc in place of spokes. Compare wire wheel
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The iconic solid, bullet-hole disc wheels are still instant fancy grabbers.
Steel wheels with A-style lugs were standard, while cast disc wheels and 6 x 22 Allstate Traction-Grip tires were extra.
The choice of machine and wheels also played into the equation with those opting for full TT bikes with deep rim and disc wheels being at a disadvantage as the bikes became almost impossible to control.
Gloves, arm and leg warmers, cycling shoes that clip on to pedals, saddle bags, disc wheels, speed and GPS gadgets and even power output metres add comfort and joy for many cyclists.
The Aluminium Slotted Disc wheels are powdercoated black and finished with a laser-engraved Harley-Davidson logo and rim stripe.
In the 'Old School' category ex top cyclist Ian Cammish did a storming ride without the use of the modern day technology used by all time triallists, (no carbon frames, tri bars or disc wheels), to come in on 22:33.
Recent innovations have included dimpling on the sides of bicycle disc wheels to improve their aerodynamics and reduce drag.
The car had bolt on steel disc wheels as standard, but centre-locking wire wheels were available as an optional extra.
Black Magic disc wheels feature bond material that incorporates induced porosity with internal lubricants, promoting productivity in spring grinding.
The Black Magic disc wheels are suitable for grinding a wide range of spring materials.
In America, the Kiddie Kar was a big seller - worryingly, one of its selling points was that its plain disc wheels amputated fewer fingers than the spoked variety used by some of the competition
Hub piloted steel disc wheels are available in seven wheel-bases ranging from 158 in.