eBay Wheel Deals - Prime, Zipp, Enve, Roval, Reynolds


One of the biggest upgrades that you can make to your bike is the wheelset.

You can go lighter, more aero, and stiffer wheels that provide a noticeable difference out on the road.

Carbon is the rim material choice of many roadies these days and we've found some brilliant used sets.

Prime RR-50 (50mm) Carbon Tubular road wheelset + Schwalbe Pro One HT tyres 25mm - £450

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Prime's RR-50 is a fast carbon wheelset that won't break the bank.

This set is tubular, which we find is still the best for racing.

Buy Now at £450

Zipp 303 Firecrest Carbon Clinchers - £700

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Carbon clinchers do provide easier puncture changes, so if you're not prepared for the glueing involved with tubulars, we'd suggest sticking with clinchers.

These Zipp 303 Firecrest wheels are perfect for mixed terrain, with their 45mm deep rims climbing well and then holding speed on the flat.

Buy Now at £700

Roval CL50 Carbon Clinchers - £699.99

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Roval's CL50 offers a little more rim depth for faster rolling on the flatlands.

We'd pair these with a nice set of tan-wall clinchers like the S-Works Cotton.


Buy Now at £699.99


Enve 3.4 Chris King Tubular - £1,195

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If you're still rocking a 10-speed drivetrain then you can get a super-fancy set of wheels for a cracking price.

These tubular Enve 3.4 rims are laced to Chris King hubs for a very fast build.


Buy Now at £1,195


Reynolds Assault Disc Tubular Carbon with Dugast Rhino CX Tyres - £625


If you're going to be racing cyclocross this winter then we'd really urge you to get some tubular wheels!

No other cycling discipline sees more of the benefits of tubulars than 'cross.

You can run these Dugast Rhino tubs down to some ridiculously low pressures. We've even taken a set down to 15psi before! It was really muddy...

Buy Now at £625

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