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Van-K Wheels Introduces New Website

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Van-K Wheels, Inc. is proud to introduce a brand-new website at VanKWheels.com.

The new site will provide our dealers, customers and followers with a user-friendly experience when browsing. The site is mobile-friendly, meaning it will look as sharp on a tablet, iPhone or Android as it does on a desktop computer.

Built with functionality and straightforward, easy navigation in mind, the new VanKWheels.com offers product pages with complete listings of kart and quarter-midget wheels’ diameter, width, back-space and finish. Product galleries are offered for the 6” P-Zero Pro Series and 6” Pro Maxx wheels for speedway oval kart racing, and galleries for quarter-midget and 5” sprint road course kart wheels will be coming soon.

Users are invited to read a short history of Van-K Wheels on the About page, which offers a glimpse of how and where the company started and the road to what it’s become today.

Dealer pages for speedway oval and sprint road course offer links to each dealer’s website or social media page, and several forms are embedded throughout the site for ease of contacting us at Van-K.

The website was built by New Concept Media.

We invite you to enjoy the new VanKWheels.com! If you have any questions or comments about the site or our company, please contact us at 704-489-9822 or email info@vankwheels.com.


Van-K Wheels, Inc. is a leading producer of aluminum wheels for the quarter-midget and kart racing industries. Founded as VanK Engineering in 1978 by Mike VanK in Pomona, Calif., the company grew throughout the late ‘70s and 1980s to become a leader in aluminum karting wheels.

In 2006, Van-K relocated to Denver, N.C., to be closer to the hotbed of kart racing. In 2010, Brian Bass (with wife, Natalie) purchased the business and renamed it to Van-K Wheels. The line of oval-track and road course kart and quarter-midget wheels has grown in popularity and production since, and Van-K continues to work toward and look forward to a prosperous future.