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If you’re looking to increase performance on your machine or give it a facelift, new wheels are a great start. With the varying types, sizes, constructions, and colors we offer, you can’t go wrong with the impressive inventory at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
We have an extensive lineup of new UTV wheels, ATV wheels, and even complete dirt bike wheels. No matter whether you’re looking for a specific size, offset, brand, or color - we have plenty of options. If you want a classic, nondescript look, we have standard or steel wheels that will do the job. Want something flashy and bold – maybe some beadlock wheels? We have those available as well in several different finishes such as matte, silk-kote, and polished. Whatever your preference is, there’s no way you’re leaving our site empty-handed. The same goes for our selection of new motorcycle wheels. Get creative with rim, hub, and spoke colors to add a personal touch to your bike. And remember – for all machines – choosing new wheels can increase performance, make machines lighter, and change machine widths when you order the right size and style.
If you don’t know what size or style is going to cut it for you, give us a call, send us an email, or chat in online. We’re ready to help you start making a decision, give you the details between two favorites, or just assure you that the wheels you’ve already selected are going to look awesome on your machine.
Ryan in CO
I bought the white/black wheels for my YZ250. I've owned these wheels for 1 year and have probably ridden with them 15 or so times. I ride trails and have tubliss setup since day one. I'm a fairly aggressive single track rider but don't race and am careful with my gear. I'm running Kenda Parker DT's. The first thing that happened is that the powder coat chipped and scratched like crazy when installing the tires. I was careful but still disappointed to see how thin the powder coat was. I just thought it was me then I start riding with them...and it got worse. Whole parts of the spoke are now missing powder coat and the rims look pretty beat up. My take is that the powder coating on the spokes and rims are too delicate for off road use. I'd also describe the rims as softer than the stock ones they replaced. I have a few decent dings in the rims where I went years with Excel rims and never had an issue. My advice would be to save your money and buy something more durable as I don't have a lot of faith that these will last very long. If you are willing to take the risk, are less aggressive or a track rider they will probably hold out fine. I'd buy the anodized as you wouldn't have to deal with the powder coat issue.Read All Reviews