Planning a winter ebike project. Full suspension. 100 percent road. Max 30-35mph. There are some awfully sturdy downhill rims for bicycles today. But I have not kept up to date on bicycling. Rims purposed for downhill are the sturdiest.... yes? I actually might prefer 24 inch tires/rims but that size is much rarer (it seems) in the world of super strong bike components. Considering this Kenda 838 26 x 1.95 bicycle tire... ...on a strong hub, disc brake, very strong spokes, and sturdiest widest rim i can budget for. This ebike will be much closer in total weight to a bicycle than to a moped or scooter. I cannot budget for top shelf hubs rims and spokes, but I can compromise/trade somewhat on ultra exotic and expensive alloys for a bit of addit weight. But the difference between heavy weight bicycle components and the lightest weight motorcycle components is pretty dramatic. I don't require the robustness of motorcycle rims. Would appreciate any specific recommendations, particularly brands, from the dedicated bicycle crowd here.