Reynolds just declared an current G-Collection wheelset with wider rims and a lighter in general package. The up to date rim, hub, and overall design and style trickles properly down the line, packing the update with anything for every rider.
The current strains represent a improve in the pricing structure, with builds starting at $1399, giving 3 distinctive construct selections for each line developed to excel in your certain gravel discipline.
Reynolds G-Collection — What is new?
Like the Reynolds ATR collection, the G-Series gets race dialed for every little thing gravel and experience. The up to date G-Series rims characteristic a boxy yet adaptable 26mm deep, 25mm extensive form. Based on your experience desires, the G-Collection line is out there in the two 700 and 650b measurements.
The Blacklabel G700/G650 Pro and EXP variation use Reynolds MR5 IDM TSS carbon and technological know-how. The G700/G650 foundation design takes advantage of the conventional CR3 TSS carbon and tech, while nonetheless employing the updated rim form and depth.
The hookless, tubeless-completely ready, 25mm inside channel (30mm external) rims are perfectly appropriate with the two street and gravel tires from 28mm to 45mm.
The rims are crafted making use of Reyondls MR5 layup procedure, generating for light-weight and tremendous-sturdy design worthy of the brand’s life time assurance.
The Blacklabel Pro hubs hire Reynolds Field 9 street Torch hubs with 4° engagement.
For the G700/G650 EXP, Reynolds introduces a new Ringle Tremendous Bubba X Highway DB hub, with 8° engagement and a few pawls.
The G700/G650 Reynolds foundation design drops a different new hub, the Ringle SRX Street DB, 100% CNC machined with 12° engagement.
Total Reynolds G-Series wheel line
Pricing and availability
- Blacklabel Professional: $2,299.99
- Blacklabel Qualified: $1,899.99
- G650/G700: $1,499.99
The new Reynolds wheels are readily available for invest in at Reynolds.com continue to be tuned for a whole review.