What's YISHUNBIKE 406JB Disc Brake Wheels?
The wheels are built with 406 J-bend disc brake hubs with stable enduro bearings, RSD 38mm/50mm profile disc brake carbon clincher tubeless rims and GRL 30mm/40mm profile gravel carbon clincher tubeless rims and Pillar 1423 spokes. This is a classic wheelset series to make sure they are affordable for most of riders.
We recommend this series to bike assemblers, wheel brands and bike brands who look for basic wheels with high sales value.
Customized logos are acceptable.
What are the differences between road bikes and gravel bikes?
1. Road vs. gravel tires
Road bike tires: Slick, 700c, 23-32mm wide
Gravel bike tires: Slick-to-knobby, 700c or 650b, 38-50mm wide
2. Road vs. gravel gearing
Road bike gearing: 2x chainrings, narrower range cassette, higher top speeds
Gravel bike gearing: 1x or 2x chainrings, wider range cassette, easier low gears
3. Road vs. gravel geometry
Road bike geometry: Lower, more aerodynamic position, more agile handling
Gravel bike geometry: Upright, more comfortable position, more stable handling
4. Road vs. gravel comfort
Road bikes: Greater focus on stiffness and efficiency
Gravel bikes: Greater focus on compliance and comfort
5. Road vs. gravel bike weight
Road bike weight: Slightly less
Gravel bike weight: Slightly more
6. Road vs. gravel components and accessories
Road bikes: drop handlebar, road bike components
Gravel bikes: flared handlebars, some are use mountain bike components (like gravel suspension fork, dropper posts, etc.), extra mounts on the frame to attach bags, racks and fenders, bottle cages, etc.