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"We've got rims to suit almost anything," says Eddie. "Whether you are going for a concours rebuild or building a special. The traditionalists will always go for a chromed steel item - we do them in either Italian plate or British triple chrome plate with British or Japanese lacing patterns available. Flanged alloy rims from 160

to 300mm wide and 16-23 inches diameter and flangeless rims from 160-550mm wide and 16-19inches diameter.

"We've also got polished stainless rims in 160-215mm width and 16-21 inches diameter. They're superb - the polishing is hard to tell from chrome and they should last forever."

"We've got rims to suit almost anything," says Eddie. "Whether you are going for a concours rebuild or building a special. The traditionalists will always go for a chromed steel item - we do them in either Italian plate or British triple chrome plate with British or Japanese lacing patterns available. Flanged alloy rims from 160

to 300mm wide and 16-23 inches diameter and flangeless rims from 160-550mm wide and 16-19inches diameter.

"We've also got polished stainless rims in 160-215mm width and 16-21 inches diameter. They're superb - the polishing is hard to tell from chrome and they should last forever."

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6Teking out the small amount of lateral movement is a mixture of pushing and pulling on the rim by tightening and loosening the correct spoke a fraction of a degree. Again, Rich and Eddie make it look easy in the same way that speedway riders make sliding a bike for 50 yards look as simple as riding a bike in a straight line. With everything true, it's time for a final tighten and ore more check. ►

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