Reynolds Attack Disc wheels review

We put Reynolds' high-end disc brake wheels through their paces

reynolds attack disc brake wheels
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Reynolds Attack Disc wheels are a little pricey, but offer very good performance, with a light and wide rim that makes them a joy when climbing and accelerating. The lack of thru-axle adaptors in the box is annoying, but at least they come tubeless-ready.

Reasons to buy
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    Up to date wide rims

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    Light rims

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Reasons to avoid
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    Thru-axle adaptors not supplied

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    A bit pricey

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The Reynolds Attack Disc wheels have been designed by Reynolds to be genuine all-rounders - good on the flat and better on rolling and hilly terrain, with enough sturdiness to even tackle the odd bit of gravel or cyclocross too.

As you would expect from any road disc brake wheels, the Reynolds Attack Disc wheels are tubeless-ready, and unlike the identically-priced DT Swiss RC 38 Spline wheels, everything is already set up so that you can run the wheels with tubeless tyres straight out of the box without the need to apply tape and other bits and bobs. Of course, if you don't want to go tubeless, then normal clinchers will still work fine too.

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