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Mavic Deemax Pro Sam Hill

A legendary name in wheels and a legendary name in gravity mountain biking. Are the Mavic Deemax Pro Sam Hill wheels a match made in heaven?

£900.00
Score 9

Race Face Next R wheels

The enduro-rated, 31mm internal-width rim, Race Face Next R wheels use a smoothly finished UD (uni-directional) carbon composite lay-up.

£1,549.00
Score 8

Hope Fortus 26 wheels

The Hope Fortus 26 (26mm internal width) versions use proven Pro 4 hubs and an own-brand rim that errs on the tougher/heavier end of the spectrum.

£425.00
Score 7

Halo Vapour 35 wheels

Halo has been making dependable wheelsets for years and Halo Vapour 35 are rated for rubber up to 2.8in wide, making them suitable for modern tyres.

£380.00
Score 9

DT Swiss M1900 Spline wheelset

The DT Swiss M1900 is the brand’s budget trail riding package using tough aluminium rims available in 25, 30 or 35mm internal widths.

£335.00
Score 9

Zipp 3Zero

What’s most interesting about the Zipp 3Zero Moto carbon wheels is weight-saving is a secondary concern; it’s performance that headlines this class act.

£1,875.00
Score 9

UK brand Hunt offers three different MTB options, with this Hunt Wheels TrailWide package aimed at heavy-duty XC through to all-mountain riding.

£349.00
Score 10

best mountain bike wheels

South Industries Enduro rims weigh 495g each in 29-er size with sidewalls rocking a 3mm thick hookless bead lip and an internal width of 31mm.

£1,020.00
Score 9

halo vortex wheelset

The new Halo Vortex wheelset are designed as 'enduro capable'. With a 33mm internal width they are intended for modern 2.35 to 2.6in large volume tyres.

£410.00
Score 8

Bavarian component company Newmen is only a couple of years old, but has serious pedigree. Michael Grätz, who started Syntace and Liteville heads it up.

Score 9

ibis 942

We can’t knock the Ibis 942 in terms of quality but it's a high price. And six bolt disc option and narrower rim width might be the better for most…

£1,799.00
Score 8

hope tech enduro wheels

Apart from the Sapim stainless steel double butted spokes and brass nipples, the rest of the Hope Tech Enduro wheels is made in its factory in Barnoldswick.

£380.00
Score 9