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Road Bike Wheels

Upgrading the wheels on your road bike will always be a worthwhile investment. Aside from the frame itself, there is no other individual part of your bike that makes such a difference to its overall performance than the wheels it rolls on. Additionally, the wheelset is often an area bike makers will look to reduce costs to reach a certain price point when dressing-up new bikes, meaning the return-on-investment on a good wheelset is huge. Thankfully, whether you're a seasoned racer, weekend warrior, or an all-weather commuter, we have an extensive range of road bike wheels at ProBikeKit.

Right Spokes, Right Folks

There are, of course, bad wheels — though you won’t find them here! But really the right wheel comes down to what do you want to use it for. If you’re looking for something durable, comfortable, and easily serviceable, then perhaps the latest deep-section carbon race wheel isn’t the right tool for the job. However, if you’re looking to optimize aerodynamics and keep weight to a minimum, then a set of carbon race wheels from Zipp would make an excellent choice. If you like to put your bike through its paces commuting in all seasons, or are after a reliable training wheel, then it might be a set of alloy road bike wheels are the way to go.

The Modern Rim

In recent times, the introduction of tubeless tires and disc brakes to road bike wheels has added another element of consideration for consumers. The combination of these two innovations has opened the door to using wider rims on road bikes. A wider rim will accommodate a wider tire, which offers numerous advantages. For one, they can be ran at lower pressures, making them both more comfortable and also faster over real-world surfaces. Additionally, the interface that transitions from tire to the rim is smoother, meaning they cut through the air more efficiently. Wider rims also have the potential to be more versatile. With certain modern road rims, It’s perfectly feasible to slap on a wide tire and take them out for a bit of gravel adventuring.

So whatever your need, we have you covered. Whether you are looking for a deep-section carbon wheelset for sprint-winning performance or a bombproof alloy rim to tackle those winter base miles, shop a broad range of road bike wheels at ProBikeKit.