Ares6 ES Disc
Ares6 ES Disc
Ares6 ES - Rolf Prima - 2
Ares6 ES Disc
Ares6 ES Disc
Ares6 ES Disc
Ares6 ES Disc
Ares6 ES Disc

Ares6 ES Disc

Regular price $1,699.00 USD Save $-100.00 USD
5 in stock


Ares6 ES Disc

Currently Out Of Stock. Choose Ares6 Disc For Immediate Availability & Improved Performance 

Workhorse Wheel for the Masses

Get the benefits that make the Ares6 the Race Across America’s official wheel, with price that won’t break the bank. The light-weight carbon rim keeps things quick on the climbs, while the deep rim maximizes speed all-day-long. With the Ares6 LS, aero-advantages are no longer just for the biggest spenders.

The updated 20mm (internal) rim-width and tubeless compatibility further enhances ride quality and wide-tire compatibility over previous models and our reliable yet budget-friendly 2.4 level hubs for rim or disc brake things running smooth and fast. For even more performance advantages, level-up to the standard Ares6 model. 

Only available in rim brake. Add a tubeless kit to your order and you’ll have what you need to get set up in a snap.

All Rolf Prima orders are built by hand in Eugene, Oregon.


*We do our best to ship your wheel order ASAP, but because many wheel orders are built to order, please allow up to one week for shipment once your order is processed.  Custom orders like color hubs, rims and decals may take up to two weeks.



  • Weight: 1795g [820g/975g]
  • Rim: Carbon clincher
    • Rim Depth: 60mm 
    • Rim Width (max): 27mm, internal 19.5mm
    • Tubeless compatible [kit required]
  • Brake type: Disc brake, Center Lock
  • Spoke count: 24/24
  • Spoke type: Sapim CX Speed, bladed
  • Hubset: TdF3.0
    • Steel cartridge bearings
    • Front axle: 12mm [15mm,9mm- kit]
    • Rear axle: 142mm [135mm -kit]
    • Freehub: Forged Aluminum
    • Freehub compatibility: Shimano HG 10/11, SRAM XDR 11/12 [upgrade]
  • Tire size and pressure recommendation: Please refer to chart in product images
  • Includes: rim strips, carbon specific brake pads, valve extenders, QR set and Rolf Prima's Certainty