60MM 78A Special Edition "Nicky Guerrero"

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MORE GRIP &amp;<br>SLIDE CONTROL

MORE GRIP &
SLIDE CONTROL

LESS FRICTION<br>MORE SPEED

LESS FRICTION
MORE SPEED

MORE TRACTION OVER<br>VARIOUS TERRAIN

MORE TRACTION OVER
VARIOUS TERRAIN

  • Excellent for cruising or carving; the California Rolls fit on smaller decks such Pennys and Cruisers.
  • Great for cruising and for smaller or mini-longboards
  • 60mm - 78a - Skateboard Wheels
Nicky Dean Guerrero (born January 16, 1968 in Herlev ), nicknamed Guruman, is a Danish skateboarder resident in Copenhagen . Nicky Guerrero is known and respected by skaters all over the world to perform his tricks in an elegant and relaxed style. He started skateboarding in 1977 after a holiday to Santa Monica, and in 1979 he began to develop his talent for ramp skating in the newly opened Herlev Skateboard Club. In 1986 he won the European Championship in England and the following year he became the first Dane professional for G & S . In 1990 Guerrero changed to Powell's European team , like former Danish freestyle skater Frank Messmann , became manager of. After a total of six years as a professional, Guerrero chose 25 years to set his career in 1993 instead of focusing on education. However, he continued to skateboard, and in 1998 he started skating for the Danish company Alis , which he has been driving ever since.

Nicky Guerrero has won numerous competitions all over the world. He has among other things won the European Championships three times, and in 2013 he won the prestigious Masters competition Bowl-a-Rama at Bondi Beach in Sydney in front of legendary names like Steve Caballero and Christian Hosoi .  After 30 years at the top level, Guerrero has no plans to cancel his career, and he hopes that he will still be able to skate when he turns 70.   
MORE GRIP &amp;<br>SLIDE CONTROL

MORE GRIP &
SLIDE CONTROL

The width is increased, but the friction is decreased! The sine wave design provides three lips per wheel for superior lateral grip. When you want to slide, they break away smoothly and recover easily.

Girl holding a skateboard sitting on a bridge
LESS FRICTION,<br>MORE SPEED

LESS FRICTION,
MORE SPEED

The wave pattern design allows for a thin contact patch touching the ground and therefore less friction, resulting in a quicker ride.

Two skateboarders riding downhill
MORE TRACTION OVER<br>VARIOUS TERRAIN

MORE TRACTION OVER
VARIOUS TERRAIN

The alternating pattern of grooves significantly reduces hydroplaning by channeling liquid, sand or gravel out and away from the surface of the wheel, allowing for a firm contact patch with the ground.

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