I build wheels in all price ranges and for all different types of bikes and cyclists. My hand-built wheels are based on each customer’s individual and specific wishes. If you are not sure what would be best for you, your bike or your budget, I will give you free advice and suggestions.
The garage has been converted into a workshop since 2014, which made it possible to develop the business to build wheels on a slightly larger scale than before. In addition to the wheels I build myself, I also service and repair wheels from other manufacturers. I stock many of the components I use such as rims from DT-Swiss, DUKE, NEWMEN & JPRACING, hubs from DT-Swiss, Hope, Chris King, Tune, NEWMEN, Industry Nine, and BITEX and spokes from SAPIM.
I use P&K Lie scopes to ensure the best possible results.
P&K Lie is the Rolls Roys of the benchmark, a Swedish-German engineering art that guarantees both precision and quality. By combining this with experience and a great deal of Italian bicycle passion, I build wheels that my customers are satisfied with and I myself feel very proud of.
The spoke tension is measured and recorded for each individual spoke with a digital tensiometer iGAGING from Wheel Fanatyk. The tension pattern forms the DNA of the wheel and is stored in a database, which makes it possible to both recreate and improve the properties the wheel had from the beginning. It is also a way for me to ensure the quality of every wheel that leaves my workshop.
I will put together a quote according to your wishes and requirements with a specified time for manufacture and delivery. Then I order components if there is something I don’t have at home.
The wheels are then put together in my workshop. As wheel building is a side job and not my main job, it can take up to a week to build a pair of wheels.
When the wheel is ready, I do a follow-up check and ensure that the wheel maintains the expected quality and has the properties we agreed on.
Many customers choose to collect their wheels themselves from my workshop, but I also send wheels via Schenker and PostNord.