New Park CIB wheels just restocked!
In recent years there has been much progression in roller sports from aggressive in-line skating, popular back in the 90’s, to the revival of derby skating in the 2000s. And, so with a new year comes a new roller skating craze to hit the skateparks!
CIB started off standing for Chicks in Bowls, however in recent times we want to represent and stand for so much more. We started off as a facebook page set up to share the journey of a few kiwi skaters falling in love with park skating. Since then we have exploded into an international community of Chapters, and a company dedicated to designing hardware to enhance the skatepark experience. CIB and Reckless Wheels have teamed up to produce a new line of specialist wheels which will help you to shred, slide and grind to your heart's content. Poured in the heart of California with designs dreamed up by the CIB crew in New Zealand, these wheels have been tested from coast to coast across America, Australia and New Zealand.
The two companies have drawn on their shared experiences of park, ramp and street skating to design a unique wheel range that takes from the best of artistic, derby skating and skateboarding, combining their design with a special formula that minimises your chance of flat spots.
Wheels sold as packs of 4
Street Wheels: Smaller for faster acceleration and perfect for all types of terrain and general skating.
98A x 55mm
Park Wheels: If you're looking for the smoothest ride and the perfect balance between grip and slip these are the ones for you!
98A x 58mm
Ramp Wheels: If you're looking for a speed boost, to slide further, to get bigger air, or just generally skate harder, then the ramp wheels have you covered.
101A x 58mm
Vertex Wheels: Our tallest, hardest wheel is designed to maintain motion and achieve maximum speed to hit new vertical heights.
103A x 61mm
Take your skating to new heights with the CIB Reckless Wheels designed specifically for aggressive roller skating
CIB Crew are getting set to take the world by storm and you can find your local group by clicking here