The V-Sprint brand was started by Jim Varnish, dad of British track start Jess Varnish (John Whitney/BikeRadar)

V-Sprint originally started out a little over two years ago, with a focus on bespoke
track wheels and equipment.

man behind the firm, Jim Varnish, has a strong pedigree on the track as a
three-time national and European Masters sprint champion. But these days he’s perhaps better
known as British Olympic track cyclist Jess Varnish’s dad.

V-Sprint still have a firm focus on the track, they’ve since branched out to produce
road race and sportive wheels in carbon and alloy varieties.

rims are manufactured in Taiwan,
the wheels are built in the UK, with components from the likes of Sapim and Miche. V-Sprint also hold spare parts to
ensure customers receive top-notch service, and offer truing and
servicing on many models in the first 12 months after purchase.

wheels V-Sprint have sent us to check out are the tubular-only 50mm Carbon Aero Pro Track set.
They retail for £649 and are built with Sapim CX-Sprint
spokes (24 radial/front, 28 cross/rear) and V-Sprint hubs by Miche.

For more on the range, visit V-Sprint’s website.

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