Halo Aerorage Track Aero Road Rear Wheel
Black 700c 32H Fixed Dispatched within 1-3 days ID: 18695-47027
£99.99 Add to basket
Black 700c 32H Fixed/Freewheel Dispatched in 1-2 days ID: 18695-47028
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White 700c 32H Fixed Dispatched within 1-3 days ID: 18695-47029
£99.99 Add to basket
White 700c 32H Fixed/Freewheel Dispatched within 1-3 days ID: 18695-47030
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White 700c 32H Fixed Shimano HG Splined Dispatched within 1-3 days ID: 18695-116235
£115.00 Add to basket

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What are the delivery costs?

We offer Free UK Delivery on all orders.

Including: Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Scottish Islands.

Standard delivery is normally 2 - 5 working days.

International delivery costs and delivery times vary for different countries. Please see here for more information.

Christmas delivery

For guaranteed Christmas delivery please order bikes before 11am, Tuesday 20th December and all other items before 11am, Wednesday 21st December. Guaranteed Christmas delivery applies to all items with the icon, please choose your option/size to see if the specific item you are after qualifies for Christmas delivery.

Aerorage Track Wheels

  • Using the outstanding Halo (120mm rear width) track hubs and precision built together using 32 reliable plain 14gauge spokes combined with the Halo Aerorage Mid size Aero road rim.
  • Light and strong with an attractive mid size 25mm Aero section.
  • CNC machined finish brake surface.

Available in Black anodised or Powder coat white.

1 Front and 2 rear options in the following colour options;

  • a) Black hub, rim and spokes.
  • b) White hub, White rim and black spokes.

Black or White hubs, front, rear double fixed or fixed/free options.

As usual, all Halo wheels will be individually boxed.

Black wheel weights;

  • Front : 971g
  • Rear: 982g


  • Front: 992g
  • Rear: 1042g

  • Front Axle Thread 9x1.
  • Rear Axle Thread 10x1.

Note: General Fixed sprocket check:

  • For correct fixed use, the fixed sprocket should NEVER move on the hub when pedal force is applied in both directions.
  • i.e. if the sprocket moves, then something is wrong.
  • Continued use with a fixed cog that moves will result in damage to the hub.