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  1. Shimano Deore XT HB-M8000 Front Centre Lock Hub Q/R
    Shimano Deore XT HB-M8000 Front Centre Lock Hub Q/R
    £17.49
  2. Pro-Lite Bracciano A42W Wide Rim Aero Road Wheelset
    Pro-Lite Bracciano A42W Wide Rim Aero Road Wheelset
    £280.00
  3. Miche Racing Box Hubs - 32 Holes, Shimano/Sram
    Miche Racing Box Hubs - 32 Holes, Shimano/Sram
    £65.81
  4. Mavic Cosmic Elite UST Front Wheel
    Mavic Cosmic Elite UST Front Wheel
    £113.40
  5. Stans NoTubes Flow Mk3 Rim
    Stans NoTubes Flow Mk3 Rim
    £67.99
  6. Crank Brothers Iodine 2 Wheelset
    Crank Brothers Iodine 2 Wheelset
    £500.00
  7. Crank Brothers Cobalt 3 Wheelset
    Crank Brothers Cobalt 3 Wheelset
    £650.00
  8. Crank Brothers Iodine 3 Wheelset
    Crank Brothers Iodine 3 Wheelset
    £650.00
  9. Zipp Super-9 Disc Rear Wheel - Clincher
    Zipp Super-9 Disc Rear Wheel - Clincher
    £2,074.00
  10. Zipp Super-9 Disc Rear Wheel - Tubular
    Zipp Super-9 Disc Rear Wheel - Tubular
    From £1,799.00
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Wheels

A new set of wheels can really change the way your bike rides. Whether they’re lighter, more aerodynamic, or wider, they’re often a worthwhile upgrade if you’re looking to improve your current bike.

Of course, there are more practical reasons to get some new wheels, too. Maybe yours have finally succumbed to the daily grind and you need something to get you back on the road, or you need something stronger to deal with the weight of panniers. We’ve got a wide range of wheels from brands like Mavic.