A quick descent down Germantown Rd from Skyline to HWY 30 on a damn Sunday afternoon in February.
We just received a set of Yoeleo 58mm Carbon Fiber wheels and decided to do a quick unboxing video.
I also added my review at the bottom of this post after ~1500 miles of training.
58mm Carbon Fiber Tubeless Clincher Wheels
I threw them on the scale for a quick weigh and shared the reason I picked them over other more well known brands.
Yoeleo wheel weight
The weight also came in surprisingly under the advertised 1630g. I grabbed the SL (super light) version of the wheelset with lighter novatec hubs and cx-ray spokes.
Tubeless Tire Mounting Video
These are super easy to setup as tubeless, as you don’t need to add a rim strip or tape. These tires were a bit more challenging than others that I’ve since tried.
(Challenge Strada TLR tires + Goat Head Sealant) with Molly Cameron
First Riding Impressions
I’ve put ~1500 miles on the wheels so far. Riding in Ireland, Spain, California, Mexico, and Portland, OR.
They are surprisingly stiff for the weight. I consider the feel to be similar to the Enve wheels I’ve used in the past and stiffer than my previous carbon wheelset (HED).
I had a massive flat after hitting an unseen object during a night ride and it knocked the front wheel slightly out of true, but that was to be expected with the impact.
I also had to true them again a month later, but it was after packing them on six airplanes. I probably need to start using a more padded bag!
I’ve noticed them in extreme crosswinds. They’re a bit harder to handle than my HED 90’s, but feel similar to my previous ~60mm Enve wheels.
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