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MTBR.com tests the Blacklabel 27.5 Trail wheels.
"Bottom line, despite at least a half dozen nicks and scratches on the exterior, these wheels have proven utterly bombproof. Engagement is snappy, weight is low, spoke tension remains even, hubs spin free, and I love the tweener width, which produced great tire shape without taking things too far."
The Radavist spent some time getting the Reynolds ATR dirty.
"The Reynolds ATR, or all terrain road, wheels are carbon fiber wheels meant to take you from paved roads to dirt and vice versa. They’re light and resilient but best of all, they won’t bottom out your credit card.”
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Nsmb.com spent many months using and abusing the Blacklabel 27.5 Enduro wheelset in the Pacific Northwest.
"Two rides inside the same week; one with aluminum wheels and the other with the Reynolds and the difference was immediately noticeable. In corners, the carbon hoops felt snappier on the exits while aluminum wheels have a certain amount of discernible flex. Overall, they just rode...