Since Knight Composites is a debut manufacturer and the 35 Carbon FibreDT Swiss 240S Road Wheelset is the label's top end, do it all model, you won't be surprised to learn that the wheels are being touted as nothing short of revolutionary. Refreshingly, the Knight 35 actually lives up to the promised aerodynamic gains and impeccable build quality. With the inclusion of DT Swiss' venerable 240s hub set, the wheelset also manages to reach a claimed weight of 1,404g 78g and 136g lighter than two ubiquitous leading models so the Knight 35's revolutions are aerodynamic for flats and light for climbs. Like much of the cycling world, you may be unfamiliar with this new manufacturer. We won't go too far into the details of Knight's history except to note that the collective resume of the three founders reads like a checklist of all the names we've come to associate with carbon aerodynamics in cycling. Since the founders' work has largely defined the current industry standards, you might not be surprised to learn that Knight was formed as a vehicle to push those designs even further. Toward this end, Knight developed its Trailing Edge Aerodynamic Manipulation Technology Team Tech, which refocuses the aerodynamics of the wheel. Instead of creating an aerodynamic leading edge, or even just an aerodynamic tire to rim transition, TEAM Tech designs wheels as part of a bicycle wide system of aerodynamics that includes tires, rims, fork, and frame. This system began with Computational Fluid Dynamics software, proceeded through no fewer than two rounds of wind tunnel testing, and ate up hundreds of test models to produce the Knight 35 alone. The result of the laborious TEAM Tech process is a cross section that describes a tapered parabola rather than the sharp point of a NACA airfoil or the overly rounded U shape of wheels that are dominating the market today and that Knight's founders were instrumental in creating. This new shape meets TEAM Tech's mandate by gradua...