Reynolds Cycling At Eurobike

Although we’ll probably never get to Eurobike (even making it to Las Vegas for Interbike is sometimes a challenge, and that’s just five hours by car), we’re always happy to hear the latest from the show. In this case, it’s news about a local company, Reynolds Cycling, so we’re pretty excited to share this with our readers.  
– Brian
‘‹Manufacturer of high-performance race wheels and pioneer in carbon fiber and aero technology unveils 2015 offerings including road tubeless, as well as expanded road tubular and disc-brake lineups.

(Friedrichshafen, GER. – Aug. 27) – Reynolds Cycling, manufacturer of high-performance race wheels for mountain and road bikes and pioneer in carbon fiber and aero technology, unveiled 2015 offerings including road tubeless, as well as expanded road tubular and disc-brake lineups. These, in addition to the premium BLACKLABEL carbon mountain wheels unveiled earlier this year, will complete the changes to the 2015 catalog.

Reynolds Cycling Strike Tubeless Clincher Wheelset

“More than anything, the 2015 product line shows Reynolds‘ response to listening to our customers and bringing to market product with technical innovation to provide substantial performance benefits,” said Todd Tanner, Reynolds product manager. “AERO tubulars are in direct response to consumer requests for premium tubular options; BLACKLABEL is in direct response to consumers looking for a premium blend of strength, durability and weight as well as Reynolds’ commitment to expanding our mountain offerings; and our depth in our disc-brake product shows our dedication to driving innovation and technology in a new and expanding category.”

The 2015 Performance Series’”ATTACK, ASSAULT and STRIKE’”will be offered as tubeless ready clinchers; the 2015 AERO line will offer tubular versions of the 46 AERO, 58 AERO and 72 AERO; and the disc brake versions of the 46 AERO (clincher only) and ATTACK.

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