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Odyssey Vandero Pro Hazard Lite Front Wheel
Sale price$196.00 USD
Colony Horizon Rear Wheel
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$68.00 USD

DRS Semi Pro Rear Wheel
Sale price$68.00 USD
Odyssey Clutch V2 X Hazard Lite Wheel
Sale price$304.00 USD
Wethepeople Hybrid Freecoaster Wheel
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$270.00 USD

Save $26.00
Cinema 333/ZX Front Wheel / Black / 10mm / 36h Cinema 333/ZX Front Wheel / Blue / 10mm / 36h
Cinema 333/ZX Front Wheel
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$103.00 USD

Regular price

$129.00 USD

S&M Covid Wheelset
Sale price$405.00 USD
Odyssey 7KA x Vandero Pro Front Wheel
Sale priceFrom

$243.00 USD

Excess XLC-2 Alloy Wheel Set
Sale price$498.00 USD
Excess XLC-3 Carbon Wheel Set
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$1,010.00 USD

Excess XLC-1 Alloy Wheel Set
Sale price$415.00 USD
  • Toughness: BMX riding is a super rough sport, so the wheel needs to be able to handle the beatin' and bangin' on the dirt jumps, streets and skateparks. In most cases, the big brands like Odyssey, Eclat, Federal, etc are producing some of the strongest wheels in the game. 
  • Weight: The bike is going to feel a heck of a lot nicer with a set of lightweight wheels on there, making tailwhips and barspins rip around with ease. Alternatively, if you are looking for a BMX street riding workhorse that will take all the beatings you can lash out and will stick to it's line, maybe a heavier/stronger wheel is more for you.
  • The Rim: The rim material and build affects the wheel's strength and weight. BMX Rims are either welded or pinned- with welded being the stronger of the two. They come in a variety of widths and depths, but a good rule of thumb is to opt for a popular rim/brand as this is most likely what most riders trust.
  • Hubs: The hub connects the wheel to the bike and gives you a smooth and efficient ride. You want a strong and trustworthy BMX hubba for a good BMX wheel. Whether you choose a BMX Freecoaster or a BMX Cassette Hub, choosing a quality brand with strong internals will make a massive difference to your shredding. If you are unsure as to what direction you want to go with your hubs - Contact Us!
  • Spokes- Most BMX freestyle wheels nowadays use a 36 spoke design with either a 3 cross or 4 cross spoke pattern. Spokes can sometimes be double butted to save weight and increase strength. Check the specs tab on the wheels for a rundown of what spokes are used. 

So, in a nutshell, a good BMX wheel should be strong, lightweight, and tough, with a reliable hub. The big brands tend to do it best, but if you have any questions at all just drop us a line or shoot us an email.