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Although they do not always publish their testing standards to avoid explicit warranty liability under unknown riding conditions, I was told by a Reynolds technician 3 years ago when I bought my Assault wheels that they were testing on some international standard with 300# rider weight. I weigh 230# and have had zero issues with them. They have provided the best ride I have had compared to both aluminum and carbon, deep and shallow, 20, 24, and 24 spoke, etc wheelsets You will see some manufacturers use standards like 175# or 190# "Clyesdales", or something. They really are only saying what they expect their wheels to withstand and provide "normal" durability, flexibility, and impact resistance under common riding conditions--think of all the variables an actual limit might have to consider.