Vigor CS Disc
Vigor CS Disc
Vigor CS Disc
Vigor CS Disc
Vigor CS Disc
Vigor CS Disc
Vigor CS Disc

Vigor CS Disc

Regular price $849.00 USD Save $-849.00 USD
7 in stock


Everyday workhorse – Race day benefits

These aerodynamic performers are the perfect alloy companion for training and riding in any conditions. They feature the same rim profile that brought the Vigor its fame, but offered at a pricepoint for ease of entry. Of course, they’re still made right here in Eugene, OR and with all the fine details you expect from the Rolf Prima name.  

With a combination of price, weight, stiffness, and aerodynamics that no other alloy wheelset can touch, the Vigor CS Disc delivers performance you can trust.  

This wheelset features our more budget-minded 3.4 level hubsets for disc brake. Rely on it for years of hard riding, or for the maximum in performance, look to the Vigor or Vigor Alpha Models. 

Disc brake only. For rim brake shop the Vigor or Vigor LS models. 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 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.


Vigor CS Disc
  • Weight: 1730g [790g/940g]
  • Rim: Alloy clincher
    • Rim Depth: 32mm Alloy 
    • Rim Width (max): 23mm, internal 19.5mm
    • Tubeless compatible [kit required]
  • Brake type: Disc brake, Center Lock
  • Spoke count: 24/24
  • Spoke type: Sapim CX Speed, bladed
  • Hubset: XST3.4 
    • T2 High Engagement
    • Enduro steel cartridge bearings
    • Front axle: 15mm, 12mm, 9mm
    • Rear axle: 142mm, 135mm
    • Freehub: CNC Machined case-hardened steel.
    • Freehub compatibility: Shimano HG-11, Shimano Microspline, Sram XDR
    • Made in the USA
  • Tire size and pressure recommendation: Please refer to chart in product images
  • Includes: rim strips, and Rolf Prima's Certainty