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March 21, 2019, 12:20 p.m. -  Tjaard Breeuwer

Yes, I think the Paul Aston [review]( is extra interesting when you see what he did to Enve wheels... Then the German magazine test is great, since they actually do controlled lab test, including anvil drop tests, showing that those rims can stand more of them than most others, including carbon rims. I bought both a rim and a complete wheel from one of the German online stores, shipped to me in the US. No issues, but that doesn’t really mean anything, since other than busting that carbon rim on a rock once, and putting a flat spot in my ultralight alloy Bontrager rim smacking into a rock on my gravel bike, I am not that hard on wheels. Here are the results from the magazine’s impact test. The numbers on the chart for alloy rims are deformation in mm. Bruch=broken, Beule = dents [](

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