The Go Project 100mm wheels use our now renowned urethane formula combined with an innovative 'Bow and Arrow' core. As the skater pushes the core bows a little, storing energy (like pulling back a bow). On completion of the stride the stored energy is released (like an arrow), giving the skater a boost. Bullseye.
We sell the 100mm wheels in sets of 4.
At Go Project we understand the criteria required to make a high performance blading wheel:
Quality – The main component responsible for the grip, durability and rebound is the outer ‘tyre’. Our urethane compound has been formulated with the highest understanding of wheel chemistry.
Precision – The hub of the wheel is manufactured with incredible precision so that your bearings, spacers and wheels work together with maximum efficiency. Use with Go Project bearings and spacers for the most energy efficient roll.
Bond – The smallest disconnection between the hub and the tyre can greatly affect the wheel’s performance. Our urethane is designed to hug our hub tight and never let go.
We don’t list a durometer (hardness) because there is too many variations between different wheel manufacturers and compounds to make this relevant as a universal measurement. The wheel is softer than an aggressive wheel and harder than a normal recreational wheel.
Bearing spacers need to precisely match the dimensions of the core for best performance. Too short and your wheels will run slow, too long and they'll click. For this reason all Go Project wheels are sold with bearing spacers included.
- Sold in sets of 4
- Go Project laser-spacers included
- Also available in 110mm
Go Project is a fresh brand from the UK with a new aproach to wheel design. The brand was started by inline skater Jake Eley. Their selection ranges from 65mm to 90mm. They are very consistant with their releases and always use their own distict grey color.
Their teamriders consist of Legends like Richie Eisler, Gav Drum and Joe Atkinson.
Go Project also makes bearings and cool clothing. Their website is:
More information about wheels in general here:
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