Halo Gravitas Review | Downhill ready performance that won’t break the bank!

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Halo’s new Gravitas wheelset is aimed at downhill riders, and in fact, has already been tested on the Downhill World Cup, so surely they can survive a few months of STW abuse. Halo has a long tradition of developing wheels that can handle plenty of punishment. Just head over to the Halo Family page on their website to take a look at the riders rolling on Halo rims and hubs and you’ll come away with the impression of a brand that creates hoops that can withstand slopestyle, freeride and downhill racing antics. Sam Pilgrim, Matt Jones, Ben Deakin just to name a few, all ride on Halo wheels and I’m pretty sure that their combined millions of YouTube subscribers have never seen a buckled rim or blown out freehub. It’s not only the YouTube elite that rides Halo, Downhill World Cup rider, Jack Reading also rides and races on Halo products, and he spent much of the past season on a prototype Halo Gravitas wheelset. Following Jack at the World Cup and seeing what he...

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