Pair of Superfly Carbon-Ti Ultralight QRs 135mm - GOLD ONLY

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Designed for use with 135mm MTB or road disc hubs hubs the Superfly Carbon-Ti QRs combine Grade 5 Aerospace Titanium axles with CNC machined alloy levers finished with unidirectional carbon fibre.

  • Weight: 47g   (Pair)



    Ultra lightweight components suitable for cross country racing only.


    Lightweight parts suitable for off-road cross country riding.


  • Superlight Qr

    Posted on 15 December 2015 by D. Houghton

    5 stars
    Have ridden pretty hard quite a few rides now. Holds real tight. For a titanium carbon qr for this price,megalight and affordable. Pleased
  • David Hayward

    Posted on 2 March 2014

    1 stars
    Almost killed my Blue Pig. This skewer has very little clamping force compared to a decent one. New build, I'd checked the skewer was tight before we set off, and on a gentle climb my bike spat the back wheel out, twisting the area of plate around the brake side dropout. Luckily the frame is steel, but it took an hour from my LBS then an extra hour of tweaking from me to get the frame true with
  • Ray Miles

    Posted on 10 November 2012

    5 stars
    Had these for almost a year now & they have been trouble free. Have them on a 2012 Scott Genius and have ridden them with 0% issues. Very good & light product and have taken weekly 3ft drops via my local ride home. Very happy :)
  • Simon Wharton

    Posted on 30 August 2012

    5 stars
    Bought some for the GFs bike in an attempt to weight weenie her bike. After getting the superfly seat post QR a month or so beforehand I wasn't too worried about these. They seem to work well, don't come loose and weigh next to nothing.
  • Giacomo Maltman

    Posted on 27 December 2011

    2 stars
    Usually very happy with Superstar components, but i bought these and sure they do look fancy and they are very light, but for some reason they did not function very well. My front wheel kept on coming loose and so i reverted back to my Shimano Deore ones and have had no problems since. Sorry Superstar, usually a big fan!