road cycling beginner here.
I have recently bought an old road bike for commuting and some training. It has 32 spoke wheels on Shimano Sora hubs, 15mm internal diameter rims (Slovak manufacturer, V brakes compatible, the quality seems to be good) and is currently on 25mm Continentals Ultra Sport. It feels surprisingly solid, however it is my first road bike and I have no idea, how much abuse it can take. My daily commute has some average quality roads, cycling paths and some curbs - low without sharp edge. My weight is around 80 kg +- 5 kg. When riding I am always trying to get off the saddle when the road has some bumps/large cracks etc. and would basically do the same with the curbs.
Do you think the wheels (especially the rims) can withstand riding over small curbs (up to 5 cm, no sharp edge) without any damage (bending, etc)? Do I need to be extremely cautious while riding (avoiding roads in slightly worse conditions, not riding even through small curbs or railroad crossings, etc)?
Will be thankful for your answers guys!