Go Project Freestyle bearings are manufactured with great strength making them perfect for side-load and leverage heavy skating disciplines (sharp turning, freestyle, slalom, big wheels etc), They run with extremely low torque and are permeated with an ultra light oil. They use SIX Chrome Steel ball bearings instead of SEVEN for reduced friction. Each ball is marginally bigger than regular bearings making these perfect for a heavy vertical load-bearing sport like inline skating.
While Go Project Freestyle bearings are comparable to an ABEC 7 rated bearing, Go Project does not use the generic ABEC scale to rate bearings because of its irrelevance to the specific tolerances imposed by inline skating. The quality of manufacturing and materials far surpass the importance of a rating based upon ‘revolutions per second’. The Freestyle bearings simply have a Speciality Rating of 4.5/5 which represents their performance when used as a skate bearing.
Bearing spacers sold separately.
Pack of 8 (fits out 4x skate wheels)
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 bearings in general here:
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