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March 14, 2023, 1:14 p.m. -  Tim Coleman

The biggest reason for running We Are One rims for me is almost zero maintenance truing and tensioning wheels, and it's saved me money. After reviewing the Agents starting in 2017 I've run We Are One rims exclusively on my personal enduro bike and haven't broken a single We Are One rim yet, including having them on the DH bike last year (knock on wood). Before those wheels I was going through 2-3 aluminum rims a year, generally one front and one or two rears. With a decent aluminum rim now costing almost $200 plus $80 for a build, you're at $560 - $840 a year for rims. My return on investment is less than a year.

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