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dt swiss rc38 spline c db disc brake wheels 2

The DT Swiss RC 38 Spline wheels are a very well-made pair of hoops that offer good durability and performance, with plenty of axle options to choose from.

£1,299.99
Score 9

zipp 30 course disc brake wheels

Zipp has done a great job with its Zipp 30 Course wheels, future-proofing them with different axle standards and making them exceptionally fun to ride too.

£800.00
Score 10

Revolver kronostok 350 wheels

The Revolver Kronostook 350 wheels offer a huge range of build options and a very comfortable ride over rough roads to make these good all-round wheels.

£849.99
Score 8

Fulcrum-Racing-5-wheels

Fulcrum has updated the Racing 5's spec, but we've been riding the previous version for over three years. Our only major complaint has been addressed in the newer Racing 5

£244.99
Score 9

IMG_0483

Tubeless wheels and tyres are growing in popularity. For those who don’t know, tubeless tyres are similar to a clincher, but form an air-tight seal against the rim and contain…

£659.98
Score 9

M1k3_03318

After revamping the Cosmic Carbone Ultimate wheels and giving them a new U-shaped profile in time for the spring classics, Mavic has also updated its popular £500 Ksyrium Elite wheelset. Having…

£500.00
Score 10

DT Swiss RRC 65

Having been developed with the IAM Cycling professional team and refined in the wind tunnel, the updated DT Swiss RRC 65 DiCut wheels feature wider rims, to accommodate bigger tyres…

£2,049.99
Score 9

Mavic R-SYS SLR lightweight wheels

We found the Mavic R-Sys SLR wheels to be slightly heavier than the claimed weight of 1,295g a pair, although not by much, when weighed on the Cycling Weekly scales.…

£1,450.00
Score 9

American Classic Road  Tubeless lightweight wheels

At a featherweight 1,290g without skewers, the American Classic Road Tubeless wheels are a seriously light pair of hoops and are able to stand toe-to-toe with other lightweight wheels such…

£859.00
Score 8

Fulcrum Racing Zero lightweightwheels

Review of the Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-Way Fit, which uses the same tubeless system as the Campagnolo Shamal Ultra 2-Way Fit also tested here

£799.00
Score 8

Rolfs 1

At 1,450g a pair on the Cycling Weekly scales without skewers, the Rolf Prima Ares4 ES wheels can’t exactly be described as featherweights. However, given the 42mm rim depth can offer…

£1,499.00
Score 7

Edcos

The Edco Neggia wheels are claimed at 1179g though we weighed them at 1,240g. The full-carbon rim weighs 360g and is 25mm deep and 21mm wide with a rounded profile…

£2,249.99
Score 8

MP_79322x

At 1510grams, Stan’s NoTubes Iron Cross Team disc wheelset is an easy weight saver over a pair of entry-level wheels that come supplied with most disc equipped cyclocross bikes. The…

£495.00
Score 8

7otb wheels

A milled rim reduces weight and gives the wheel set a high-end finish. The set weigh in at 1,558 grams on our scales, pretty close to the official weight of…

£450.00
Score 9

The wheels are hand built by their own mechanics, who have proven to be amongst the best around over recent years. We were after a set of upgrade wheels that…

£435.00
Score 6

Enve-3.4-SES

When it comes to technical info, Enve definitely goes for a ‘more is more’ approach. And when you’re asking £2,500 for a set of wheels that’s a good job too.…

£2,500.00
Score 9

Reynolds-stratus-Pro

Stratus Pros are the top aluminium-rimmed road wheels on offer from Reynolds. At a claimed 1,445g, they are light and extremely stiff, meaning they spin up to speed quickly and…

£649.99
Score 7

3T-Accelero-40-Team-whees

On paper, 3T’s Accelero wheelset looks perfect for those wishing to use their ‘best’ wheels throughout the summer months and not just for events. Bucking the trend for full carbon…

£1,299.00
Score 6