In 2007, the Attack not only made headlines, it made believers out of skeptics who couldn’t believe that an affordable, carbon wheel could compete with high-end aluminum. The Attack performed. The critics raved. Now it’s 2008, and the Attack is better than ever. With unidirectional carbon fiber, a scrim layer in the carbon braking surface, Reynolds- specific hubs, J-bend spokes available at any bike shop, and a price you might associate only with high end alloy. Its 32mm profile slices the air with the greatest of ease, while it corners and climbs with the same stiff response you’d ask of any wheel, for any amount of money.