Always fun to see another Arizona racer on the forum. Getting to proper racing weight opens up your wheel choices significantly, so unless you need to replace something broken, you might consider taking the weight off before investing in wheels. I'm 6'6". I went from 230 to my current 188 when I started 'training to race' and 'eating to train'. Stopped worrying about choosing the "Clyde" version of the wheels.
Gratz on doing that well in VOS - you clearly have power. For motivation, think about applying that power to less weight, and what that would mean on the VOS climb. It's hard to overstate the benefits of weighing less when racing a bike.
Oh, and a locals tip. Spend a lot of time on either Usury or 9-mile. Or both