Reynolds AM Wheelset

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Weight : 1719 MSRP : $1239.00

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The Reynolds AM is designed to take on the harshest, most unforgiving terrain. Though it may be a slightly stouter and heavier wheel, it still remains light on the climb while being dominant on the descent.

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