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Royal Enfield Classic 350's spoked or alloy wheels, which is more durable?
Royal Enfield Classic 350's spoked or alloy wheels, which is more durable?

New Delhi: Both spokes and alloy wheels have their own advantages and considerations when it comes to durability on a Royal Enfield 350 Classic motorcycle.

Spoke wheels, also known as wire wheels, consist of a hub with spokes radiating from it to the rim. Spokes are typically made of stainless steel or other strong materials. 

The main advantage of spoke wheels is their flexibility and resilience. They can absorb shocks and impacts better than alloy wheels, making them suitable for off-road or rough terrain riding. 

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Spokes can also be individually replaced if damaged, which can be more cost-effective compared to replacing an entire alloy wheel.

On the other hand, alloy wheels are made from a combination of aluminum or other lightweight metals. They are generally more rigid and provide better handling and stability on paved roads. 

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Alloy wheels are often preferred for their aesthetic appeal and easier maintenance. However, they may be more susceptible to damage from severe impacts or rough terrains compared to spoke wheels.

Ultimately, the choice between spoke wheels and alloy wheels for a Royal Enfield 350 Classic depends on your riding style and the type of terrain you frequently encounter.

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If you primarily ride on paved roads or prefer a more modern look, alloy wheels might be a suitable choice. If you frequently ride off-road or encounter rough terrain, spoke wheels could provide better durability and resilience.

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