SAT C38|38 DB SL Clincher/Tubeless
Strict Quality Control
We have strict quality control processes to make sure we deliver excellent quality wheels to customers.
1. Vertical stiffness test: 300 kgf
2. Torsion test: 50 kgf
3. Spoke tension test: 300 kgf
4. Braking test: High temperature resistance
5. Road condition simulation test: Distance: 1000km, avg speed: 45 kph
6. Double stress relief process: Ensures stable and perfect roundness and trueness, eliminating the need for trueing the wheels for a long period of time.
7. UCI impact test: 40J (UCI standard) / 80J (Yoeleo standard)
UCI Approved Wheels
Yoeleo carbon wheels are UCI approved
Also we have SGS certification
Yoeleo SAT Technology
1. What is YOELEO SAT technology?
YOELEO SAT technology means to build wheels using rims without spoke holes on tire bed, thus, wheels are built without damaging original carbon weave.
2. What are the advantages of SAT technology?
a. Increase 30% strength to wheels;
b. SAT wheels perform better on bumps and pot holes;
c. Inflation capacity increases 10%;
d. No rim tape required: weight savings of 15g/set
Compatible with both clincher and tubeless tires
No rim sealing tapes needed for tubeless tires with Yoeleo SAT technology wheelset
Faster and easier to install tubeless tires
Disc Brake Rim Design
Super Light T800 Carbon Fiber
Nicer Looking without Brake Track
U-Shaped Rim Design
Started developing carbon bicycle wheels in early 2007, Yoeleo keep optimizing wheels design upon research data and customers' feedback. Finally, we developed U shaped carbon wheels to maximize riders benefits.
Benifits of YOELEO U shaped wheels are :
Better stability in crosswinds, and Less wind resistance
The Fastest Carbon Wheels
Yoeleo carbon wheels are the fastest, best aerodynamic design compare with other brand
Data from test in wind tunnel (tested at 30KM/H)
The Fastest Carbon Wheels
Data from test in wind tunnel (tested at 50KM/H)
ANTI BITE GUARD TECHNOLOGY
ABG stands for Anti Bite Guard and in fact it is a piece of steel spline fitted on the cassette body, being strong enough to significantly reduce or completely remove the problem with bitten/damaged freehubs by cassette.
4 PAWLS HUB TECHNOLOGY
New and improved design. Four pawls alternate to allow constant engagement of the ratchet teeth to increase efficiency and resilience when pedaling
Straight Pull Technology
We using the Novatec straingt pull hubs.The term Straightpull refers to spokes with no bend at the head. This design allows for an ideal strength to weight ratio when compared to conventional spokes. Due to their more precise alignment and direct trajectory, straight-pull spoke technology creates a stiffer, more responsive wheel.
Massimo Ciocia from Italy qualified for Ironman World Championship Kona twice
Using Yoeleo SAT C50|88 Pro Clincher/Tubeless
Worldwide Happy Customers
Yoeleo customers are over 100 countries and aera,they are happy with Yoeleo wheels
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HOW YOELEO WHEELS BORN?
Made by experienced employees utilizing advanced machinery.
The process from raw material choice to the final QC inspection are carefully exercised by professionals to ensure our product arrives next to your door with perfect quality.
STORY WITH YOELEO - SIMON OSBORN
Simon has been a Yoeleo customer since 2014 and has a long history with us.
We'd say he is one of our most steadfast and loyal customers.
YOELEO TEST TEAM-4MINDPROJECT
About Cycling Team: As one of the leading cycling teams in Canada, we attribute the reputation to the lasting customer relationships we’ve developed throughout the years. We believe that all of our partner foundations deserve the highest level of visibility, and we are committed to providing just that.
Team members come from 4 main countries: Canada, France, Germany and USA.
Yoeleo Sponsored Team - Cykeln
Since 2016 Yoeleo has proudly sponsored the Italian team Cykeln. They ride the Yoeleo SAT T60/88 carbon wheelsets. In 2016, team member Martino Poccianti set the course record on the Red Hook Milano circuit, with a blistering time of 1:29.576 (52 kph), a full 2 seconds faster than the previous record.