Reynolds has introduced an updated range of its G Series wheels, comprising the 700 G, Black Label 700 G Expert and the Black Label 700 G Pro, giving gravel cyclists and bikepackers alike access to the brand’s premium wheelsets at the starting price of $1,449.99.
“For those riders whose definition of gravel and adventure comes with a healthy dose of adrenaline and who won’t accept any compromise between efficiency and durability, the answer comes in the form of Reynolds G Series gravel wheels. For unrelenting performance that fears no terrain, the G Series collection is built to be as lightweight and efficient as possible while guaranteeing an amazingly resistant construction,” boasts Reynolds.
Available in both 700c and 650b, the standard 700 G relies on Reynolds’ standard CR3 TSS carbon construction, while the Black Label 700 G Expert and Pro are treated to the brand’s MR5 IDM TSS carbon technology.
The Black Label PRO hubs employ Industry Nine’s Torch hubs with 4° of engagement, while the Black Label Expert get a new Ringle Super Bubba X Road DB hub with 8° of engagement and three pawls.
As for the 700 G, the wheelset features yet another new hub from Ringle called the SRX Road DB, which is 100% CNC machine-made with 12° of engagement.
All wheelsets feature a hookless, tubeless-ready design and a 26mm rim depth, along with a 25mm internal width (30mm external) that can accommodate tires ranging from 28mm to 45mm.
“By applying the same principles of development and production used to create best-in-class wheels for road and all MTB disciplines, it is of no surprise that the family of gravel wheels by Reynolds is yet again, ahead of the rest. By developing specific solutions and unique rim profiles for every product, to engineer a complete wheel system rather than a compromised collection of parts, using only the finest materials available makes for a standout product,” says Reynolds.
As mentioned, the G700 starts at $1,449.99, while the Black Label Expert and Pro fetch $1,899.99 and $2,299.99, respectively.
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