Shimano WH-M765 Tubeless Wheelset

DESCRIPTION

The M765 is an XT-level wheelset that leverages tubeless tire technology to yield a wheelset that''s ideal for cross-country riding and racing.

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 09, 2018]
Ubbiking


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

I've had these wheels for over 10 years. Not one issue in my 10 yeare of riding off road over a multitude of trail conditions. An amazing set of wheels. I have an off road and commuter set and both work flawlessly.

Weakness:

None.......

Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2007
[Mar 09, 2018]
Ubbiking


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

I've had these wheels for over 10 years. Not one issue in my 10 yeare of riding off road over a multitude of trail conditions. An amazing set of wheels. I have an off road and commuter set and both work flawlessly.

Weakness:

None.......

Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2007
[Jul 06, 2009]
grumpygramps
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Weight, looks, strength,- they took me down a ski slope (no snow fortunately, but in hindsight very silly anyway!) and other very fast downhill paths in Morocco which really shouldn't have worked with my set-up. Despite abuse like hitting some large rocks and doing pretty big and at times unexpected jumps which I didn't land at all well they survived a month out there completely unharmed. Very impressed.

Weakness:

None that I've encountered.

For the performance they've given me at the price I paid (£100 for the pair as they were last seasons models) I couldn't want for more. There must be more left lurking around at the back of a shop somewhere, find them and get yourself a right bargain like I did.

Similar Products Used:

Mavic X517s and xt hubs.

[Jun 08, 2008]
hesibudifabla
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Strong as hell, gets weird looks from the shop folk, lightweight, very unique looking.

Weakness:

None

Came on a bike I recently purchased. Bought whole bike in as-new condition for $550! Came with top of the line stuff including these wheels. Went tubeless and these wheels are amazing. I am 5'8" 145 lbs and ride what I call "crash-riding"; urban night-assault. I hit everything I can find with these rims and the are still like new. Like all truly great parts, you simply put these on your bike and forget about them.

[Jan 20, 2006]
dirtgirl
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Stiff, light and stayed true, until...

Weakness:

Not good for misjudging gap jumps! No problems for a year, then came up short on a gap and hit the rear wheel hard on a sharp edged rock. I didn't know it until I was lubing the chain that I noticed a wobble. Yikes! 130 lb chick caused a half a nicked sized dent in the rim.

This was the best wheelset I had until the dent. No truing was done until then and I've put a lot of harsh miles on these. They've gone through lots of rock gardens in the Mt Wilson area, the Santa Ana Mountains and the San Juan trail. Regardless, I'll continue to train with these, since,I was able to get it pretty true and the seal with the tire wasn't compromised. I can't feel the difference riding with the dent, anyway.

Similar Products Used:

Mavic 221/XT, Mavic 517/XT, Tioga Racer/Edco

[Jan 19, 2006]
Ronald Maier
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

wheigt
looks fine
center lock

Weakness:

noisy
rear wheel was a suddenly rupture longitudinally
on rim due to the laterally traction design of spokes.

of course i feel very disapointed of this
product and actually using my old very good
mavic rims.

[Apr 27, 2004]
Kevin
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Lighter than Mavic (except Xmax SL; XT just heavier nearly 200g, however it cost less $200), smooth, rainbow sticker & very close to XTR. The hubs is very smooth.

Weakness:

TI material not included like XTR. However cost is cheaper than XTR.

I like it because the stroke is fewer than popular.

Similar Products Used:

XTR, Xmax SL.

[Jul 17, 2006]
Eric
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Value for money, good looks, tuff as nails and spins for days.

Weakness:

non so far.

It's the budget wheelset to go! Cheaper then XTR and tougher too...I do regular jumps and drops (around 2 to 3 feet and yeah...on the NRS and bottoms out the fox) and the wheels stay true. It's quite an attention getter with the lateral pull spokes, folks would stop and wonder how it's laced together. Anyway, it's quite an amazing wheelset for the price you pay. Who should buy it? A betweener of cross country rider and folks like me who does jumps and drops....at a moderate height, of course.

Similar Products Used:

Mavic CrossMax

[May 21, 2005]
Ryan
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Strong, looks, weight, UST compatible

Weakness:

None, except perhaps you have to run Shimano brakes, but this doesn't phase me, I use the Shimano XT hydros.

Looks awesome, not many around, stays true, takes a beating, very light weight, can run UST tyres. I run non ust tires with Stan's sealant and it works a treat. Although I have gone to SRAM drivetrain, I still love the Shimano wheels!! These rock, and much cheaper than XTR!!! :)

Similar Products Used:

Mavic 717 disc with XT hubs, mavic 223 etc

[Dec 07, 2004]
wannabeRacer
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Strong and looks cool

Weakness:

none

Very strong for aggressive XC and looks cool on the trails. Get it if you can and you will not regret it.

Similar Products Used:

aothers and other mavic 223 etc...

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