WanaRyd Motorcycle Wheels Releasing New Model. The Atomic.

WanaRyd is launching The Atomic, a unique 7-spoke non-directional 3D wheel that’s part of their Stark-line Series, a new premium line of 3D forged one-piece billet wheels. They are 3D machined, than polished, black powder coated and then re-machined a final time.

WanaRyd Motorcycle was started over 9 years ago and has been committed to producing cutting-edge forged one-piece billet wheels of the highest quality. They spend hours upon hours of design time developing their wheels to create simplistic, yet “timeless” designs with plenty of style by using 3D tooling technology.

The Stark-line Series offers 6 different wheel designs as well as matching rotors in 3 different styles and sizes and matching pulleys (including Cush drives which most other wheel companies don’t offer) and are available in the following sizes:

FRONT WHEELS (30 x 4.0 (Custom cut), 26 x 4.0, 24 x 4.0 (Custom cut), 23 x 3.5, 21 x 3.5, 21 x 2.15, 19 x 3.0, 19 x 2.15, 18 x 3.5, 17 x 3.5 and 16 x 3.5)
REAR WHEELS (20 x 10, 20 x 7.0, 18 x 13, 18 x 10.5, 18 x 10, 18 x 8.5, 18 x 5.5, 18 x 4.25, 18 x 3.5, 17 x 12, 17 x 6.25 , 17 x 3.5, 16 x 5.5 and 16 x 3.5)
ROTORS (13.0 Floating, 11.8 Floating and 11.5 2-Piece)

Stark-line Series Wheels are available for the following bikes:

• HARLEY-DAVIDSON- ALL 1984-2012 models
• SUZUKI INTRUDER 1400, INTRUDER 1500, BOULEVARD C-90, BOULEVARD M109-R, GSXR 600, GSXR 750, GSXR 1000, HAYABUSA and TL-1000R
• YAMAHA ROADSTAR, V-STAR 1300, RAIDER, WARRIOR, ROADLINER, STRATOLINER, V-STAR 1100, ROYAL STAR, V-MAX, YAMAHA R1 and YAMAHA R6
• HONDA FURY, VTX1800, VTX1300, SABRE 1100, ARROW 1100, CBR 929, CBR 954, CBR 1000
•KAWASAKI ZX-10, ZX-12, ZX-14, VULCAN CLASSIC 1500, VULCAN CLASSIC 2000, VULCAN MEANSTREAK, VULCAN 900
• VICTORY VEGAS, KINPIN, KINGPIN TOUR, JACKPOT

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7 Responses to “WanaRyd Motorcycle Wheels Releasing New Model. The Atomic.”


  1. 1 E. Blastowicz Apr 5th, 2012 at 8:33 am

    Not easy, I know. But still waiting for a true new wheel design.

  2. 2 Brian Apr 5th, 2012 at 9:43 am

    Great wheels, just wish they had them in colors….

  3. 3 CafeSportyTC Apr 5th, 2012 at 10:20 am

    every time someone unveils a “new” wheel I always end up feeling like “wait where have i seen this before” nothing new anymore it seems

  4. 4 viz Apr 5th, 2012 at 11:06 am

    Make some bbs or oz type wheels already. They are not just for sportbikes you know

  5. 5 Cory Hebert Apr 5th, 2012 at 12:50 pm

    Seems like a nice product, but personally, I would have a hard time buying a product from a company with a name like that. Sounds like (and spelled like) the name of a rap song. No disrespect intended…just being honest.

  6. 6 WanaRyd Apr 6th, 2012 at 3:28 pm

    Colton… with WanaRyd here. I just wanted to give a shout out to you guys real quick.

    I can appreciate your opinions and wanting to see something new in the market. The main thing that is different about our wheels is that they are 3D cut first and then recut again after they are powder-coated. Everyone else for the most part were taking a Black blank and cutting 2D out of it…. UNTIL we started this wheel line back in November and now a few others are doing it too. I honestly feel if you saw this line of wheels in person, you would REALLY see the difference and like them.

    We are trying our best to think outside of the box and keep doing new things and will use your constructive criticism to move forward and improve. Check out our website and keep in contact if you have anymore suggestions. We are ALWAYS open to them!

    As regards our name, WanaRyd… pronounced “Wan-a-ride” … came about when I was 16 and looking for a license tag for my 67 Shelby mustang my father and I restored. In South Carolina… you’ve got 7 letters and after 7 years of working on that car… I “Wanted to Ride”… so needless to say I put WanaRyd on the Tag and when I started the business, that’s what I decided to go with.

  7. 7 Chris Sep 17th, 2012 at 9:00 pm

    It is nice to see that when someone tries to bad mouth a company about their product that the company themselves answer back in professional form Cory. It seems that you are a little bitter because they do make great wheels and I thought that the logo name was pretty original. How many places out there have a name that doesn’t stand for “last names of the person owning the business”. How original is that. If you have a better name or a better product then start your own company!!

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