Why Handbuilt Wheels?

Hand-built Wheels are the ultimate upgrade for any bike.

Lighter and stronger than your stock wheels they increase acceleration, improve ease of handling, increase maximum speed and reduce the amount of effort needed to keep you there.

Strength and dependability speak for themselves.  If you ride hand built then you’ll ride longer, ride faster and ride happier.

The time, care and craft that goes into lacing, bedding in, tensioning, truing and balancing your wheels far exceeds that of stock factory wheels and many wheels built by shops: see ‘Tools’ for details of the stringent tolerances that I keep throughout my work.

With a set of hand built wheels you buy not only performance but longevity and dependability. With a lifetime ‘stay true’ and spoke breakage guarantee this is an investment that lasts.

The components that you and I specify together will far exceed the quality of stock wheels and be tailored to your needs based on rider weight, riding style and use. Shop bought wheels allow no such customisation.

As the component that will affect the feel of your machine the most, is it not crucial that, for the discerning rider, the wheel is just right?

Email: Ryan@RyanBuildsWheels.co.uk
Phone: 07534 583 568

Ready for a quote on a pair of custom wheels just for you?

Contact me to get started.

Emailing for a quote? Please provide as much info as you can on what you're looking for in your new set of wheels and we'll work together to build the perfect pair.

Don't know what any of the below means? Don't worry! I'll be more than happy to help. Our 'Components' and 'Pricing' sections are work in progress but please read them first for a quick guide.

Please include:

-Rider weight in KG, any luggage that will be carried in addition, riding style and intended use, the bike you'll be using.
-Letting me know the axle standards you require is also very helpful; likewise which type of gearing system you use and the freehub standard you may require.
-Whether your bike is running rim or disk brakes and if disk whether you have a preference for 6-bolt vs Centrelock.
-Any components you've already been considering along with any aesthetic or performance considerations you'd like me to take into account.

Hit me up!