The Uk's leading wheel hire service
Here at Kudos Wheels, we’re so excited to be writing our very first blog post, to introduce ourselves and celebrate the launch of our brand spanking new website. We hope that you’re going to like it just as much as we do, and that it will make hiring top quality wheels online easier than it’s ever been before.
So, who are we? At Kudos Wheels, we’re committed to offering our clients the best bicycle wheels on the market. We’re not just talking good; we’re talking £1,000+ plus models, ones that will make a big difference to your performance.
Making it so that you can hire these easily and effortlessly over the internet, we can help you prep for that big race or time trial so that you deliver a performance par excellence, and the best part is that you won’t have to spend thousands of pounds on wheels that you’ll use once or twice a year.
This one-of-a-kind business model is why we’re so popular with triathletes, time trialists, and those who like to try before they buy. Giving you the option to pay a nominal sum and still clock the times you need, our wheels can make all the difference when it matters most.
But what exactly are we providing you? We have an amazing array of bicycle wheel brands for you to choose from, including DT Swiss, Mavic, Shimano, and Zipp. This means that you can take your pick of what you really need, so that even though you’re paying less, you’re getting technical excellence and a tailored service as well as economy.
This even extends to the amazing Zipp NSW Series, which is one of our most popular products. Retailing at £2,600, the 808 NSW Carbon Clincher, for example, is a performance enhancing set that delivers massively improved speed and stability for cyclists at every level. Out of budget for most, it is nonetheless easily obtainable to those who come to us.
If you’re looking for fantastic products at a fraction of the price you’d normally pay, we’re exactly who you need to be talking to. Why not contact our team today to learn a bit more about how we could improve your cycling without making a super-sized dint in your bank balance?