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F1 technology applied to motorcycles -- an exclusive collection entirely dedicated to the world of bikes. Winning wheels in the global racing arena: more than 70% of MotoGP riders run on OZ Racing wheels.




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LEDGlow Wheel Lights for cars and trucks offer the choice of wheel well lights or wheel ring lights depending on which version works best for your vehicle. These LED wheel lights feature single or multi-color illumination combined with effects to build custom lighting patterns. Transform your driving experience and put your wheels on display anytime you head out after sundown. There is an expandability option as well so you can connect to compatible LEDGlow LED underbody lights and coordinate the same lighting patterns.


Car and truck wheel well lights at LEDGlow utilize ultra-bright SMD LEDs housed in thin, flexible tubes. Easily contour each tube to your preferred mounting location above the tire to the fender well, or behind the strut for a seamless installation. LED wheel ring lights install directly to the dust shield or hub assembly so that SMD LED illumination shines through your wheels. The installation process for wheel ring light kits is more detailed and we do recommend the use of a professional shop.


Depending on which LED wheel light kit you select, you can integrate with a compatible Million Color Bluetooth Underglow Kit or Million Color Wireless Underbody Light Kit. These LED wheel well lights and wheel ring lights for cars and trucks can also be operated through the underbody kit controller. Synchronize the same colors, lighting effects and more to build custom patterns that put your application on full display. This expandability feature gives you the ability to showcase your car or truck on the road at night.


High-performance technology that will deliver you to the finish every time. A strong and lightweight 6061-T6 heat-treated rim features Micro-peened finish strengthens the rim even further. The rim profile is aero-rounded and true disc specific which allows higher-strength to weight as no reinforcement is required for a braking surface, it also looks stunning. The rim dimensions are wide at 22mm (17mm internal) which creates a great tire profile with wider 23-45mm tires, giving excellent grip and lower rolling resistance.


At HUNT, we enjoy the puncture resistance and grip benefits of tubeless on our every-day rides so we wanted to allow you the same option, but of course, all our tubeless-ready wheels are also designed to work perfectly with clincher tires and inner tubes.


These light up roller skate wheels will light up the night while you skate under the stars or glide along the rink floor! If you are looking for light up roller blade wheels or glowing roller skate wheels, we offer top brands such as Luminous roller skate wheels and Volcanic roller skate wheels.


Lightweight and easy to tow, the GSL Light Duty Fifth Wheel is 100-inches wide, half-ton towable and packed full of features. The 4-point automatic leveling, PVC roofing membrane and triple sealed slideouts and corners keep you confident while on the road. The modern interiors feature hardwood cabinet doors, a 60-inch by 80-inch residential queen sized bed, flush floor slides and LED lighting throughout. The GSL Light Duty is your home away from home while on the road.


All walls undergo a vacuum bonded lamination process, reinforced with heavy-duty fiberglass on double welded aluminum frames filled with rigid foam insulation, making your RV stronger and lighter weight.


The Gram Lights sports brand extracts the ultimate performance by pushing the casting process to its limits. Through the employment of cutting-edge wheel theories in the manufacture of its wheels, this brand provides a level of performance that satisfies drivers with a passion for sports and offers unique ideas in terms of innovative designs and finishes.


All of the aluminum wheels listed on this website comply with the Technical Standards for Automotive Light Alloy Disk Wheels (JWL for passenger cars and JWL-T for trucks and buses). Furthermore, having passed the rigorous tests conducted by the Automotive Light Alloy Wheel Testing Council, these wheels also carry the VIA mark. However, unless the company is found to be liable for compensation under the law, Rays accepts no responsibility and offers no warranty in the event of accidents or deformed or cracked wheels caused by any of the following circumstances: driving the car in places where motor vehicles don't usually go; driving the car on a racing circuit; using the car to race in a rally or for similar purposes that will exceed the limits on its use; by modifying the car illegally; and by failing to perform everyday maintenance checks that would have identified the defect responsible for the issue.


Reducing the rotational mass of a wheel is a far more important upgrade than trying to lighten your frame. If you think about it, climbing wheelsets are around 350-500g lighter than the aero equivalent, so not only are you losing total mass, you get the added benefit of saving energy (and wattage) to overcome inertia.


Of course, all else being equal, a lighter wheelset will be faster, but 'all else' is never equal. Reducing weight will usually come at the expense of something else. That could be depth, strength, or even compatibility with tyres.


Take a moment to consider your requirement for aerodynamics. If you're only ever riding along on the flats, then a lightweight pair of wheels will ultimately be slower than a heavier, more aerodynamic pair.


Of course, if you only have one bike to work with, then that will already dictate which type of braking system you'll be using. A disc-brake wheelset won't work with a rim-brake frame and vice versa. When choosing the best lightweight wheels for your bike, you'll need to ensure you get the correct braking type.


Again, yes. With disc brakes came the requirement for stiffer axles, and the solution was 142x12mm thru-axles. Modern disc brake bikes will usually have these thru axles. Modern rim brake bikes will usually still use quick release skewers, and the best lightweight wheels tend to follow the same script, but just to be on the safe side, double-check your bike's axles and ensure your new wheels match.


Lightweight wheels for climbing possess a far shallower profile than their deep-dished brethren, usually around 25-40mm, which is great for climbing and cross-winds but not so much for straight-line efficiency. For many, however, the sacrifice in aerodynamics is worth the gain in gravity-trumping weight. It all comes down to the type of terrain you ride - if your local training roads are mountainous or hilly then it's wise to go with a climbing wheelset; if it's flat or rolling, go aero.


While it's no secret that carbon is stiffer, more responsive, and better at absorbing vibrations than aluminium, there isn't much of a weight discrepancy between the two materials. In fact, in some instances, aluminium is lighter, and it's certainly cheaper. If the wheels listed in this guide are a little on the steep end of your budget, then look to aluminium for some cost savings.


The best lightweight wheels are all about keeping weight to a minimum while still retaining stiffness so it's imperative that you choose a tyre that complements its function - there's little point in fitting chunky 30mm tyres as this defeats the purpose. It's also worth considering the compatibility, as with the introduction of tubeless wheels and hookless beads, not all tyre manufacturers are guaranteed to be compatible.


There are plenty of ways you can upgrade your bike to give it a new lease of life, but few make as big an impact as installing a pair of the best lightweight wheels. A new pair of the best road bike wheels will affect the manner in which your bike handles and reacts to different topography types, while going as lightweight as possible will help you eke out an extra advantage when the road ahead begins to point skyward.


This guide is one for the weight weenies; the grimpeurs or mountain goats who enjoy dancing on the pedals in a quest to overcome gravity as quickly as possible. Unlike their burlier, deep-sectioned siblings, the best lightweight wheels feature shallower rim depths, helping to dismiss climbs with ease, with the added benefit of remaining more stable in crosswinds. 041b061a72


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