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    • CommentTimeJul 9th 2012
    Choose the wheel style that best fits your bike. This is the easiest part because your frame will dictate the type of tires needed. Road bicycling frames--thin, lightweight bike frames featuring curved handlebars--require thin, lightweight road bike wheels. Mountain bikes, which are much more durable, use wheels that are wider, stronger, and heavier than road bike wheels, in addition to featuring added tread. BMX bikes are miniature in size and require small, thick tires capable of withstanding the pressure of performing and landing tricks.
    Decide what type of material you want the wheels made out of. This will have the greatest impact on the overall cost of the wheels. Steel is the base material option. It is durable and cheap, but it is also very heavy. Only the cheapest road bikes uses steel, but mountain and BMX bikes commonly feature steel. Aluminum alloy is a midlevel material that is much lighter weight than steel but also isn't as resilient. This is a common material for road bikes, though rarely used in BMX or mountain bike wheels. Carbon fiber is stronger than steel and lighter than aluminum alloy, but it is extremely expensive and often used only by competitive riders.

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