Photo of Skoa M.Spec front and rear trucks

Skoa M.Spec Trucks Review

Skoa started in Germany around 2011 with the idea of bringing a 1940’s biplane design and functional aerodynamics to a skateboard truck.

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The owners’ decades of skateboarding experience plus mechanical engineering, CNC machining and design gave birth to a series of trucks like never seen before.

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Slide Perfect Supremacy Review

Slide Perfect is based out of the UK and have been designing wheels that slide across the best and worst pavements perfectly. They recently made these available at 9€/set – I couldn’t resist! Now I’ve spent a couple months on the 83a Supremacy and have come to appreciate these wheels from beginning to the end.

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Ivey Longboard’s Convergence Review

Ivey longboards is a one man team led by Sam Ivey. With a heavy background in both freeride and downhill, he has been working on creating a lineup of boards to fit everyone’s taste. I’ve spent the last couple weeks on his personal board to see what made his boards so different.

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Brandon DesJarlais Teasting the Aera RF-1 May 4, 2017

Aera RF-1 Review

The wait is finally over! Aera’s RF-1s have now been available to the masses for a few months. Aera took strides to hit the middle ground forged market – Do they hold up? How do they fare against the competition?

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Seismic Speed Vent BlackOps Review

Most people know Seismic Speed Vents as the number one long distance pushing and pumping wheel, but did you know that they are also efficient downhill and freeride wheels?

The 73mm Seismic Speed Vent was first seen around July of 2008. Over the years it’s been available in an assortment of sizes and urethane formulae. The 73mm size, BlackOps urethane and Energy Conversion core make a great allrounder.

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