Revin Cycling is making their debut with not just one, but four different wheelsets. Just who is Revin Cycling? The brand bills themselves as a premium cycling component brand which makes it sound like wheels are just the beginning. They also happen to be backed by Jenson USA which they say positions them such that they have access to some of the best manufacturers in Asia. They’ve also partnered with ACT Labs for their testing purposes to ensure the products stand up to abuse and include a lifetime warranty just in case.

Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up

On the mountain bike side, Revin offers the E27 and E29 for 27.5 and 29″ wheels. Both sizes are available in standard and Pro versions, with the Pro upgrading to a DT Swiss 240 hubset with Sapim CX-Ray spokes to drop the weight.

Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up

The Pro set even includes the 54t ratchet ring upgrade kit in the box (the 18t installed on the wheels), along with the necessary tubeless parts. The lower spec standard wheels still include the excellent DT Swiss 350 hubset and Sapim Racing Spokes for a quality build.

Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line upRevin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up

All of Revin’s current MTB rims measure 36mm externally, and 30mm internally with a 30mm depth. Revin says that the rims use a “hybrid modulus laminate with unique resins” to create a wheel that is purpose built for the intended use. They’re also all tubeless compatible with hookless MTB rims and hooked road rims.

E27 Pro and E29 Pro MTB Wheels

  • Carbon hybrid modulus rim with asymmetric design
  • 30mm internal rim width
  • DT Swiss 240 straight pull hubs – Includes 54t ratchet upgrade (18t ratchet installed)
  • Sapim CX-Ray spokes
  • Available in 27.5” (E27 Pro) and 29” (E29 Pro) wheel sizes
  • 15×110 Boost Front, 12×148 Boost rear
  • 1525g/1625g per set (27.5/29″)
  • MSRP $1599

E27 and E29 MTB Wheels

  • Carbon hybrid modulus rim with asymmetric design
  • 30mm internal rim width
  • DT Swiss 350 straight pull hubs
  • Sapim Race spokes
  • Available in 27.5” (E27) and 29” (E29) wheel sizes
  • 15×110 Boost Front, 12×148 Boost rear
  • 1660g/1730g per set (27.5/29″)
  • MSRP $1199

Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up

Revin is also taking it to the streets with their R35 carbon road wheels. Built with a 24.5mm wide external, 17mm internal width carbon rim that’s 35mm deep, the R35s are also tubeless compatible. These rim brake only wheels include a proprietary brake track design that is said to excel at dissipating heat. The 20/24h combination includes DT Swiss 350 straight pull hubs with 100/130mm spaced QR axles.

R35 Road Wheel

  • Carbon hybrid modulus rim
  • Proprietary brake track
  • 35mm rim depth
  • DT Swiss 350 straight pull hubs
  • Sapim Race spokes
  • Rim brake specific
  • 700c wheel available with QR axle
  • 1540g per set
  • MSRP $1199

Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up

Revin rolls out carbon MTB & Road wheels first for new premium component line up

Not sure what color to choose to best match your ride? Not to worry – every wheelset includes a six color decal sheet so you can choose for yourself, or change it up. Depending on the size and the option, some wheels are in stock now and ready to ship.

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9 COMMENTS

    • but where would you stop Larry, what is the exact width that’s perfect? if they where 19.45 would they be better than what you got?

      • there is too big. i woudnt go much wider than 20mm on a road bike though unless its a gravel bije then probably up to 24mm.
        17mm is def a little short to fit large tires well.

        for me though the main thing is that you can get these wheels for 900usd direct fom china.. all these basically resellers do help bringing price down but at the end of the day these are no zipp or enve. theyre open molds. so what do you really get for 700usd more?

      • Is your bike rim brake or disc? If rim brake, how wide a tire can you actually get the brakes around? I couldn’t fit more then a 25mm tire in my ultegra brakes. Since these are rim only, I see no problem with a 17mm internal personally.

        • I’m running tires that measure over 30mm actual on 21mm internal rims with DA 9000 brakes, I see no reason why you couldn’t run more than a 25mm with Ultegra brakes unless they are 3 generations old or your bike has really weird brake geometry.

  1. “…They also happen to be backed by Jenson USA which they say positions them such that they have access to some of the best manufacturers in Asia.”

    The world doesn’t need another mediocre wheel company touting their designs as “premium”. Especially not one backed by a online discount shop. It’s irresponsible for companies to flood the market with this kind of stuff simply because they have the capital to do it.

  2. What is the deal with manufacters putting cheap stickers on really exensive wheels? They could at the very least silk screen them.

What do you think?