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The AGENT 29 WHEELSET - REVIEW

VITALMTB.com // JAN 7, 2018

"At first glance the wheelset looks very modest and don’t show any loud details unlike some carbon wheels. The decals are quite simple yet recognizable from afar. Pulling out your magnifying glass however, the Agents begin to unfold a whole new world of detail."

The AGENT - MID TERM REVIEW

NSMB.com // OCT 11, 2017

"We Are One launched a first wheelset earlier this year, and I wrote a First Look article, which you can see here. Since then I’ve been bashing about on the Agent wheelset bolted up to my Norco Range. Most of the riding has been up and down the Whistler to Vancouver corridor, including racing the infamous Whistler EWS this year and a ton of days in the Whistler Bike Park. So how did they hold up?"

The AGENT WHEELSET - FIRST LOOK

MTBR.com // AUG 18, 2017

"Since retiring from racing, Adams has immersed himself in the carbon wheel arena, first working for NOBL and then moving on to form his own venture, We Are One, which launched on June 1 this year. The Kamloops, British Columbia-based company is going after the trail/all-mountain market, offering 29er and 27.5 carbon wheel options."

The AGENT WHEELSET - FIRST LOOK

NSMB.com // JULY 28, 2017

"We Are One could have simply ordered up some offshore carbon rims, slapped on some cheap stickers and voilà: carbon wheel company. They didn't take that route. They've taken literally the most difficult path to market, by purchasing all the machinery required to build the rims right here in British Columbia. Why? Because they believe they can offer a better product by controlling all aspects of wheel design and manufacturing. This way We Are One believes they can offer a better product, with better quality control, and be able to react to market changes quicker than their competitors. A ballsy move I'm sure you'll agree."

We Are One Brings Manufacturing to Canada

Pinkbike.com // JUNE , 2017

"We Are One Composites is a new player, and they're doing things a bit differently by building their rims in their Kamloops, B.C., facility in Canada using only fiber that's been sourced in the United States. "

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