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Walker Brothers are a UK based company that specialise in the production of carbon fibre racing wheels, manufacturing and supplying the highest quality products aimed at the Road, Cyclo-Cross, TT, Track and Triathlon market. Constant research and development and testing of new ideas and manufacturing processes keep our wheels at the cutting edge of technology. Our client list includes a host of world class athletes and teams who are only to eager to spread the word about what we do, as this site will show you.

Our wheels are produced using techniques developed by Brian Walker and produced entirely in house by the Walker Brothers team. We have just recently expanded our carbon deep section spoked wheel ranges, Fleet and WideBoyTT so we are now available to offer a choice of three hubs to give a wide variety to suit our customers price range, singles as well as complete wheel sets in both Shimano and Campagnolo hub types. Finally to finish your wheels off, you can choose from Silver White or Stealth Black decals with either our logo or Walker Brothers text decals. For riders who have already moved over to disc brake frames, we have the perfect match with our Ruffnuts range, aimed at the Road, Cyclo-Cross and Gravel market.

Of course there will always be the discerning rider who will never quite see what he really wants. For us, as we produce our wheels in small quantities, this isn’t a problem if you get in touch with your requirements, we rarely disappoint. While we may have your wheels in stock, most are built to specifically and as such you should allow 2 – 3 weeks from the time of your order. If you require a specific date, please  Contact Us

Vittoria Bussi New UCI Hour Record Holder 49.007

Vittoria Bussi set a new world hour record Thursday in Aguascalientes, Mexico, riding 48.007 kilometres on Walker Brothers Ethereal Discs, beating the previous distance of 47.980 set by American Evelyn Stevens in February 2016 on the track in Colorado Springs.

For the first quarter of the distance, Bussi, lapped the 250 metre track in 18.7 seconds leaving her just ahead of her schedule by the halfway point, As she completed the third quarter, this dipped slightly but as she approached 40 minutes, the point where she climbed off the previous day however from then on, Bussi stormed away for the final 20 mins so much so that she over 2 seconds up at 45 minutes and 4 seconds up at 50 minutes, which she held to the end to become the only woman to do so since the UCI changed its hour record rules in 2014.

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