rides the new RW30 wheels takes the new Revel RW30 wheels for a rip

“In my time on the trail, I can confirm that they deliver in terms of stiffness and compliance, and I’ve had zero issues with anything otherwise. The wheels do seem to do a good job of damping trail chatter, especially at high speeds, and there is something unique about the way they ride compared to other carbon wheels that I’ve been on.” 

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Introducing Revel Wheels


Lighter, stronger, made in America and 100% recyclable. The new Revel Wheels just flipped the script. The same bike nerds who brought you Revel Bikes are proud to present Revel Wheels. These rims are made from the brand new Fusion-FiberTM technology developed and manufactured in an aerospace facility in southern Utah. There’s no environmentally harmful or brittle epoxy in this carbon- it is a highly engineered, high performance composite polymer that makes for a significantly more durable, lighter, and better riding wheel with a nice damped feel.

Bible Review: Revel Rail X01 Eagle

“The Rail is so capable that we forgot about the travel, wheel size and almost everything else—besides, of course, milking as much speed and fun as we could get out of every inch of trail.”

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One Ride Review: Devouring the Whole Enchilada on the Rail

Zach From Bikerumor Shreds the Rail

“Both the Revel Rascal and Rail benefit from the Canfield Balance Formula suspension which does an incredible job at seamlessly transitioning from an efficient pedaler to a plush ripper. This was immediately apparent any time the trail pointed downwards, as the Rail offered impressive control through technical sections.”

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Velonews Rides the Rail

Velonews First Ride: Revel Rail

“But the Rail is surprisingly nimble on climbs anyway. It fits well in the trend of long travel bikes that have found footing on climbs thanks in large part to anti-squat capabilities in rear suspension design. The CBF suspension here limits bob under heavy pedaling loads, so you won’t get too bogged down on the way up.”

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