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Logos Omnium carbon wheels are affordable, lightweight & durably simple

Logos Omnium carbon wheels are affordable, lightweight & durably simple

Logos is a new component brake from the folks behind Thesis Bikes , offering well-built and well-designed carbon wheels for just $999 for road, gravel,…

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Logos is a new component brake from the folks behind Thesis Bikes , offering well-built and well-designed carbon wheels for just $999 for road, gravel, mountain, and adventure bikes.

The wheels come built with proven designs like dual-sprung star ratchets and brass spoke nipples, but add a few higher end touches like asymmetric profiles with reinforced, angled spoke holes. The goal is to keep the wheels rolling for a long time, and be easy to repair or rebuild when needed.

Available in three models, the initial collection includes 650B, 700c, and 29er wheels. Here are the details… Epoche 700c road wheels

Designed for road, cyclocross, gravel or adventure riding, the Epoch uses a thick, rounded hooked bead that’s compatible with pretty much any tire you want, tubed or tubeless. The design also claims to be impact resistant, letting you run lower pressures for better traction and comfort without working about pinch flats. Specs are: 31mm internal width

37mm external width

24.5mm deep

1,365g wheelset 390g rim Atara 650B gravel wheels Using a hookless bead, the Atari are meant for tubeless tires only. They’re a bit narrower, but claim to be compatible with “the full range of tires you may want to experiment with.” Specs are: 28mm internal width 33mm external width 24.5mm deep 1,325g wheelset 365g rim Eudae 29 MTB wheels For XC, trail, and backcountry exploring, the Eudae 29er mountain bike wheels are appropriately wide for 2.0 to 2.4 tires. They’re hookless for tubeless-ready tires. Specs are: 31mm internal width […]

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