eBay Bargains - Wheel Deals


We're big fans of a browse through eBay and we can't help but look out for a deal on our favourite upgrade, a new wheelset!

Wheelsets come in many depths, widths and weights and what you roll on can transform the feeling of your bike.

We've come across some brilliant wheelsets with aluminium and carbon sets for disc and rim brake users alike.

Hunt x Mason Four Season Disc inc. Tyres - £260


Easily one of the best wheelsets that we've ever had the pleasure of riding.

Hunt really nailed it with these wheels, providing a wide rim that sets up tubeless really easily.

The hubs are great and they hold speed brilliantly. You also get a choice of tyres that the seller will set up for you with sealant!

The choices are 28mm S-Works Turbo road tyres, 35mm Panaracer Gravel Kings, or 33mm Specialized Terra cyclocross tyres. That's a really good deal.

Buy Now for £260

Zipp 303 Carbon Tubular 11 Speed - £470

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What ever happened to chrome hubs and spokes? These look amazing!

These would make an absolutely brilliant set of race wheels for criteriums and road races.

Tubular wheels are still the lightest rim shape to make and we find them really easy to set up with the gluing process being quick and easy.

Buy Now for £470

Roval CLX32 Carbon Clincher - £1,080


Another set of tubeless-ready hoops, but this time with a full carbon rim.

These are a great set of wheels that will complement any climbing bike perfectly.

The semi-deep rims come with the super-stealthy decals for that understated look.

Buy Now for £1,080 

Shimano Dura-Ace C75 Tubular - £682

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If you're looking for a super-fast set of race wheels for your road or TT bike then we'd highly recommend these Shimano hoops.

The carbon tubular rim is brilliant and is actually quite stable for such a deep rim.

They're laced to the fabulous Dura-Ace hubs which are buttery smooth and blissfully quiet.

Buy Now for £682

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