Stiff, light race wheels that perform well across the board
Fast, well-built wheels suitable for a wide variety of different terrains and conditions
Great value wheels, and a real bargain if Amp Hoops sort out niggles with brake pads, skewers and spoke length
Solid, good looking wheels from the Japanese giant but not worth the full retail price; shop around for a deal.
An easy route into road tubeless. The rim profile makes set-up a doddle, and the fact they come ready to go is a nice touch.
Decent performing aero wheels with the advantage that you can dabble in tubeless tyres if you want to give that a try.
Decent aero performance & good braking rain or shine, but a bit heavy and pricey compared to some of the competition.
Lively lightweight race wheels with good build quality and really impressive bearings
Fast, quick-accelerating and superbly stable in crosswinds, the Aero 58s set the new benchmark in carbon clincher performance.
A well built wheel set with beautifully smooth hubs but not quite as quick as Zipp think.
Classic looks with modern performance, a good new wheelset for a classic racer or Sunday tourer
Well-made 60mm-deep wheels that handle well in most conditions and come at an okay price too
Do-it-all wheelset transforms your ride, but the braking surface lets them down
A lot of wheel for not a lot of money. Fast and durable, a great all-rounder
Tough, disc-brake compatible cyclocross wheels easily able to withstand knocks and bumps, super-smooth bearings… they look good too
Light, superfast aero wheels that handle well whatever the conditions
These wheels looked great on paper, but the bearings are terrible and we wouldn't recommend them
Decent training wheels that ride better than the stats might suggest
High-quality aero clinchers that are versatile enough for everyday use or racing; decent price too
Light, aerodynamic wheels that take over from the RZR 46s as the fastest we've ever used