Another surprising thing- the free hub seems to be very quiet when coasting. I guess the over-all theme here so far is “quiet strength”. We’ll check in on reliability and ride feel in our next post.
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There are few upgrades you can make that have as much effect on your ride as a great set of wheels. And while there’s no shortage of great wheels on the market today, it’s an exciting development when Roval, a longtime leader in the space, introduces not just one, but two new high-end gravel wheelsets.
Lately it got me thinking that there are quite likely a metric ton of old 29″er wheels out there that have great possibilities for modern gravel bike use.
So far the wheels have felt snappy and solid. From coast to drive, these wheels show a rapid engagement, so if that is important to you, that is good. I have noticed a bit more ‘pop’ forward over the wheels I typically run, a set of FSA MTB wheels from a few years ago.
Easton EA70 AX Disc Wheels: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted The wheels for a bicycle are something that is one of my personal favorite things to nerd out on. We have had the luxury here at RidingGravel.com to have had a good amount of wheels come through to be reviewed. I know that many of […]
Rolf Prima Hyalite Wheels: At The Finish – by Grannygear I have had the Rolf Prima wheels underneath me for many hours of riding now and it’s time to wrap up the review. To catch up with my previous thoughts, see the Rolf Prima Hyalite: Checkpoint post. First, let’s talk about the […]
Enve G23 Wheels: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted Wheels are awesome. When it comes to bicycle wheels, carbon fiber makes wheels more awesome. I accept that now, although there was a time when I didn’t think that carbon was a good idea for a bicycle rim. There were several reasons for that. They often were […]
Rolf Prima Hyalite Wheels: Getting Rolling- by Grannygear I cannot remember when we had this many choices in wheels for cycling. We have fat ones, skinny ones, light ones, tubeless ones, aero ones, carbon ones, aluminum ones, cheap ones and expensive ones. The word ‘plethora’ comes to mind and I never pass up a chance […]