We've found the best wheel deals on the internet, from training wheels to carbon racing hoops
A decent pair of bike wheels will seriously improve your riding; you’ll feel lighter, stiffer and all round faster.
The style of wheel you go for will be determined by the performance feature you’re after. Deep section rims will give you an aero edge, whilst lightweight carbon options will help you to climb. If you just want a solid option you can rely on for all-weather training, look for an alloy rim with a high spoke count for added strength.
The products featured have been chosen because we know they’re good quality and are an excellent offer at the price we’ve included (at the time of writing). Our tech team have unrivalled expertise and years of experience testing new products, so you can trust our recommendations – and we also know what represents a good deal.
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We’ve managed to find four excellent Zipp deals from a selection of online retailers, then below them we’ve listed some more awesome deals from a selection of other brands. If you want even more great wheel deals then check out the best Mavic wheel deals.
Best wheel deals in cycling
Fulcrum Racing Zero Nite C17 wheelset
Read more: Fulcrum Racing Zero Nite C17 review
These top of the range aluminium wheels are race ready with a stiff build quality. They’re 27mm deep which helps drop the weight of the rim and they roll on ceramic bearings. A 17mm internal width isn’t as wide as some wheels out there but it’s enough to seat 25mm tyres no problem.
Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon Exalith 700c road clincher wheelset
Read more: Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon review
The exceptional Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon Exalith are now discounted by a whopping 20%. We’ve reviewed the Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL and the main difference between the two is the Exalith braking track which is really good. The wheels are 45mm deep which makes them stiff and aero and they come with a set of Mavic tyres.
Zipp 302 carbon clincher disc brake wheelset
Read more: Zipp 302 review
These are the disc brake version of the above wheels, but for the now discounted price you get a 45mm aero rim depth and a really stiff carbon build. Both of those things help create a fast rolling wheel that maintains its speed really well.
Anyone who’s looking for a pair of upgrade wheels would do well to opt for these. Although a word of warning, there are very few left in stock so if you want a pair you’ll have to act quick.
Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 C60 wheelset
Shimano’s latest Dura-Ace R9100 wheels are 50mm deep, offering a nice stiffness boost to your ride. Alloy rim braking ensures minimal damage to the braking surface and increased rigidity.
They’re for sale, separately so we’ve included links below to both wheels.
Mavic Ksyrium Pro UST wheelset was £828, now £662
The Mavic Ksyrium wheels are a great upgrade set. They’re aluminium, which makes them bombproof and lightweight plus they’re tubeless ready.
Easton EC90 SL Wheelset – was £2399.98, now £959.98
A lightweight, nippy race ready set from Easton. With 38mm rim depth, the set comes in at 1600g with 16 front and 20 rear spokes. The full carbon rims are clinchers, but tubeless ready – and built entirely by hand.
Mavic Cosmic Elite clincher wheelset was £370, now £247
The ultimate upgrade wheels just got a lot cheaper, and these Mavic Cosmic Elite wheels are 30mm deep for a nice middle ground between aerodynamics and stiffness.