Unlimited possibilities with LED Simple Wheel Version 2!

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We have been manufacturing and testing LED wheels since 2014 and selling them for over 3 years with great success.

High reliability, a really cool system which each LED section is independent (you could have each section of the wheel in different spots of the stage, and it can still light up and make patterns).



We have now lauched the Version 2.1 of this wheel, now with 60 LED / meter, unlimited patterns and in 5 parts.

A little heavier than a normal wheel (due to the electronics and batteries) the 5 parts model is easier to transport. The 3 parts LED was the same weight as a normal 5 parts wheel but clients didn't like it's larger transport size.

Reliable, no connections, fully controllable by DMX Control in any possible way you can imagine (so the light desk of the show can control it, or you can do it yourself with your personal computer with the DMX router that comes with the wheel) and the quality of our recognized workshop...

Most patterns also come pre-programmed and can be set up in minutes using a more basic software.

This is what the LED Simple Wheel / LED Cyr Wheel 2.0 from CircusConcepts is.

Here is some videos of it from our clients ( Send us more when you have yours!!! )

Wheel Patterns by Konstantin( based on pre-programmed patterns )

Gael LED Wheel test demo

Konstantin Spinning his new LED Wheel


More to come as clients will send us their performances (the one who don't mind sharing it)


Contact us if you have any questions about our products we'll be happy to help!

Hugo Noel

Name: Hugo Noël President of CircusConcepts and internationally recognised Artist Birth date: January 13th 1984 Height: 5’10” / 178 cm Grew up in: St-Antoine-de-Tilly, Québec, Canada Raised part-time on a sailboat sailing around the Atlantic Ocean, Hugo is a very friendly person who likes to spend quality time with friends. Since he discovered circus in 2003, he has been consumed by his passion for creation and physical accomplishments. He first started by learning the basics at the Québec Circus School, and at the same time started competing in trampoline. Just in time for him to finish his studies in mechanical engineering, he was hired by Cirque Starlight, in Switzerland, where he made his debut as a professional circus performer. He since then worked for various companies in touring or fixed show in Europe and America. After leaving the “LOVE” show in Las Vegas, he went back to Canada to perform his many skills in corporate events. His acts have had since a great success, having been presented in over 25 countries around the world, more than 15 festivals and numerous awards, including 4 at the most recognised circus festival of Monte-Carlo, and his act was again presented in 2016 for the "Best of last 40 years" in Monte-Carlo. There are now an average of 15 artists working for Circus Concepts for galas and shows, and also have 3 persons working with us in the office engineering side of the company, 4 in the manufacture, creating the dream apparatus of the artists. Using the skills he has been taught by his father since very young, and other knowledge he acquired in a work and study education in Mechanical Engineering and while he “ran away with the circus”, Hugo also draws and shapes metal to help circus artist achieve success – making people believe in dreams. See shows.circusconcepts.com for more info on shows.

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