Give Your Bike Some Ego Tripp

You already know that if you had to change only one thing on your stock bike (or car) to give it the custom look, it would be the wheels. I like very much this new wheel design from Ego Tripp. Both simple and fancy (look at the facet cut spokes) and dressed in black anodizing to contrast with the polished facets, they will look very cool on any chopper or board tracker project. Of course, many sizes and widths are available. Call on my behalf 800-741-1814 or see them full screen at Ego Tripp Wheels.


5 Responses to “Give Your Bike Some Ego Tripp”

  1. 1 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs Apr 22nd, 2008 at 8:16 am

    Cyril, as you and i know, finding a reputable and dependable wheel mfg is sometimes a quest with less than desirable results. Having a friend like Greg Hovie at Ego Tripp is something i count as one of life’s blessings. He and his crew focus on us as customers and the quality of their products are second-to-none! His recent projects for well known (and lesser known like us here at Guilty) prove that Ego Tripp is one of the premiere wheel companies that should seriously be considered by any builder or rider looking to roll on products that are first rate. Thanks for getting the word out about this great company.

  2. 2 Rodent Apr 22nd, 2008 at 9:34 am

    I agree with guilty, this wheels are absolutly fabulous. They are the greatest improvement in the wheel since there invention by by stoneage man.

  3. 3 jack mcintyre Apr 22nd, 2008 at 9:46 am

    Greg’s wheels are outstanding. I have many pics available of his wheels at
    and in all of my RATS HOLE galleries from BIKEWEEK as he was a sponsor of the event. Pictures do not do the wheels justice. I can’t wait to go to Vegas with him in October and see what he brings along.

  4. 4 Tom Goodrich Apr 22nd, 2008 at 6:33 pm

    Awesome, simple (in appearance only) wheel.

  5. 5 Marc May 13th, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    I’m runnin 18 inchers on my Softail but want to go bigger…a 21 for the front. I also need a larger front matching rotor BUT I can’t find an Ego Tripp dealer to purchase what I need. I tried the Ego Tripp web site but it only shows the product gallery.
    Any idea where I can purchase Ego Tripp products? Or do I need to call them direct?

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