Wheels

Skateboard wheels are where rubber meets the road—or more accurately, where urethane meets concrete. These rolling marvels define your ride’s speed, smoothness, and overall feel on different terrains. With so many durometers and sizes to consider, the right set of wheels can drastically shape your skating experience. Over time, I’ve rolled on a myriad of wheels, each with its unique characteristics. From slick city pavements to rugged park surfaces, I’ve curated a list of wheels that offer a harmonious blend of grip, speed, and durability.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Skateboarding is a popular action sport with many questions surrounding equipment, techniques, and safety. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about skateboarding.

Skateboarding is a sport and recreational activity that involves riding on a board with four wheels, called a skateboard. Skateboarding can be done on a variety of surfaces, such as streets, skateparks, or other specially designed areas. Skateboarding often involves performing tricks and stunts, such as ollies, kickflips, and grinds, which require a combination of balance, coordination, and skill. Skateboarding is enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels and can be a fun and challenging way to stay active and improve physical and mental health.

Like any sport, skateboarding has its risks, and it's important to wear protective gear like a helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads to minimize the risk of injury. However, with proper technique and safety precautions, skateboarding can be a fun and relatively safe activity.

Yes, skateboarding can be good for mental health! Skateboarding is a form of physical activity that can have many benefits for mental well-being. Skating can be a great way to relieve stress and release tension, and learning new skateboarding tricks can be a great way to build self-confidence and improve self-esteem.