The INDESTRUCTABLE spokeless wheel?

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Hey Guys, I just ran across these puppies and was wondering if anyone knew anything about them. They're a bit on the spendy side, but if one is looking for the sturdiest rear wheel for a motor bike, maybe this would be the ticket.

Also, are there other products like this available? I'm going to run a Honda GXH50 GEBE mounted system once all my parts come in and have been thinking about getting a beefier rear wheel as well.

Anyone know where to find these wheels?
(http://motoredbikes.com/album.php?albumid=39&pictureid=187)

Thanks!

Paul
 

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Large Filipino

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You want a tough wheel for that bike? Look no further.

http://www.skywaywheels.com/

Yes. It comes in red.

You may have to rig it like Zombie's bike or get that jackshaft kit unless you know how to mount a large sprocket on the left.

In my experience the tuff wheels I had as a teenager never warped on me.
 
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JemmaUK

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Im not that bothered about wheels since I need a spoked wheel for the back on mine... what I have been looking for for ages is tyres.

Im looking for a smooth tread all white tyre in 26 x 2.125 - cant find them anywhere :(

Jemma xx
 

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~Sigh~

Here's some wheels I look at when I'm daydreaming:
http://www.choppersus.com/store/category/3/11/Wheels---Billet/

Hmm... They're all 20" wheels. That's sort of a bummer, I was hoping to find 26"ers but maybe that size of wheel would be too flimsy with those types of designs.

You want a tough wheel for that bike? Look no further.

http://www.skywaywheels.com/

Yes. It comes in red.

$150 ain't too bad for a set up rims, however they're sold out at the time for red rims and I believe they, too, only come in 20".
(http://www.coloredtuffs.com/shop/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=3):???:

WHY ME, LORD!? ALL I WANT IS TO BE SAFE AND COOL AT THE SAME TIME. IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK?????

Paul
 

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Sorry for the successive posts, but do you think that a 20" wheel would look good on my bike? Just brainstorming here.

Thanks,

Paul
 
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DougC

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Hey Guys, I just ran across these puppies and was wondering if anyone knew anything about them. They're a bit on the spendy side, but if one is looking for the sturdiest rear wheel for a motor bike, maybe this would be the ticket.
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Anyone know where to find these wheels?
(http://motoredbikes.com/album.php?albumid=39&pictureid=187)

Thanks!

Paul
I can't remember right off, but if I'm remembering the same ones, they cost like $1200 each. Per wheel.

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here's one place, no prices listed: http://www.warlordcycles.com/choppercycles.htm

here's another, they want $400-$700 per wheel for 26's: http://www.quickspeed.us/home.php?cat=60

Search google for "billet bicycle wheels".
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Probly would look a little small on your bike. But dang that Billet Flame would look cool on my trike.
 
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