I purchased a pair of C60s back in June 2017 with the Yoeleo hubs (ceramic bearings). Since mounting them in July, I've put almost 2300 miles on this wheelset. I tend to put approximately 170 miles on this bike each week. I ride almost every day.
Are they dependable? YES! I have experienced NO problems of any kind. None. They came out of the box true and they are still true.
Are they fast? YES! I find myself passing other cyclists on descents without peddling.
Does the brake track hold up? YES! I can't find any issues with the brake surface after 2300 miles.
I will most definitely put a set of Yoeleo wheels on my next bike.
These wheels are brilliant. Ordered them online and were delivered and used on my bike 10 days after the order was placed (including the weekend) This was to northern Australia. The wheels run true, bearings and hubs are quiet (std Novatec hubs) cannot fault them..I ordered the carbon alloy version of these wheels as i did not want the hassle of changing brake pads overtime i want to use them. For those out there sitting on the fence on whether to buy....go with confidence these are great wheels
So, i've been running this wheelset on my Cannondale Synapse for about 1 year now. I had the wheels built up with the Swiss DT240 Hubs (which were not available as standard at the time, but which there was no problem requesting), and laced with 28 Sapim spokes. I think I could have gone with 24 hole rims (again not standard but I spoke to Yoeleo and they offered it as an option), but I went with the 28 to get a stiffer wheel that would stand up to more abuse on the heavily potholed roads we have here in the UK.
The wheels were delivered pretty quick. There was a slight issue with the packaging, where the spokes from one wheel had rubbed a little against the hubs from the other and scratched a little of the anodising off. This wasn't that bad though - I touched it up with some matt paint and Yoeleo offered some money back to rectify the mistake.
Out the box the wheels were slightly out of true, requiring a small adjustment. Since then however they have been faultless. They have a few thousand miles on them, and they are still running straight and are solid as a rock. Overall i've been really pleased with them and would definitely buy from Yoeleo again. They aren't the cheapest of the Chinese manufacturers, but after having researched them they seemed to produce a solid product, with good information about their manufacturing process which gave me confidence.
I did weigh them incidentally, and the weight was pretty much in line with the numbers stated on the website.
After initially purchasing C50 wheelset some years ago & getting fabtastic value for my money I opted for sat 50T wheelaet. The SAT is amazing & clean build which will leave cycling friends asking for purchase information.
I opted for DT Swiss hub which ticks like a well made Swiss watch ;)
I opted for a higher price tubs in Vittoria Corsa G+ Isotech Tubular Tyre which handle extreme conditions really well.
Overall you can't find a better value wheelset for cost expenditure with a customer service that's second to none.
Well done team yoeleo.
My 1st pair of "Chinese Carbon" wheels and so far its been great. Been using it for close to 5 months, roughly 1000 KM on them. Wheels are stiff, remains true and still holding strong (Despite going over a large pothole). Putting on 25mm tyres are easy to slip on with bare hands which makes life easier. Only downside is the braking surface is slightly uneven. Reason for a 4 Stars on Price is because there are still other cheaper wheels out there.