Pro Scooter Wheels
Lucky Scooter Wheels are internationally praised by some of the best riders in the sport today – all of which feature Lucky Rebound Technology™ (LRT™), a combination of custom urethane, a new pouring process, and a proprietary curing method which gives our wheels a grippy, fast, and silky-smooth roll. With pro scooter wheels, you’ll be well on your way to the best ride of your life in no time.
All Lucky 120mm, 110mm and 100mm pro scooter wheels come with high-quality LuckySpeed bearings pre-installed (Abec 9 rated).
*Scooter wheels are sold individually (priced per wheel) and not as a set unless specified.
What are the best wheels for a pro scooter?
Pro Scooter wheels come in all sorts of different shapes, sizes and compounds. We have found that a 110mm tall and 24mm wide wheel with a urethane durometer of 86a is the best all round wheel for most riders. Some taller riders may benefit from a 120mm wheel while really young riders that are under 4’2'' might benefit from a 100mm wheel. The urethane hardness is definitely something to pay attention to, 86a is an industry standard and is what you will find on almost all completes on the market. Any harder than this and you sacrifice traction and any softer causes faster wear. Like with all Lucky products, our pro scooter wheels come with a 180 warranty against manufacturer defects, this is the best in the industry!
Which pro scooter wheels are best for beginners?
The best all-around pro scooter wheel for a beginner is going to be a 110mm wheel. This will give the rider enough ground clearance to keep from scraping the deck base when cruising at the skatepark but also provide a lightweight build over larger wheels. If the rider is under 4’2” we suggest the 100mm wheel. This will keep the proportion size of the scooter the same as a taller rider on 110mm wheels. Wheel size is also preference based, so what is right for one rider may not be right for another. As a general rule of thumb stick with 110mm scooter wheels, you can’t go wrong here!
What size pro scooter wheels are best?
Pro Scooter wheels come in sizes from 100mm all the way up to 125mm. The most common scooter wheel you will find is a 110mm version. This is what the majority of complete scooters come with. In recent years 120mm wheels have started to gain a lot of popularity due to the faster rolling speed. While they are slightly heavier than the 110mm versions the gain in speed outweighs the minimal weight addition. If you choose to use 120mm, then you will need to make sure your brake and fork can fit a 120mm wheel. We suggest that you start with a 110mm wheel and then move up if you are finding that keeping speed is difficult. 100mm wheels are really reserved for very young riders, usually under 4’2” tall. A rider this young will benefit from the lighter weight wheels. As the rider grows the scooter could be upgraded to 110mm wheels.
How long do pro scooter wheels last?
Wheels are a part on a pro scooter that receive the most amount of stress, whether it’s from rough chunky ground or 3 hours trying to learn a new trick. When treated with care and not used for long distance skidding contests we see most wheels last around 6 months with average riding conditions. If you're riding on rough surfaces such as on the street these conditions can wear the wheels much faster than a smooth skatepark. All Lucky Pro Scooter Wheels are backed by a 180 manufacturer defect warranty protecting you from dehubbing issues caused by an imperfection during the production of the pro scooter wheels.
Can you put 110mm wheels on a 100mm pro scooter?
Depending on the brake that the scooter comes with you can put 110mm wheels on a 100mm scooter. For example the Crew Complete Scooter comes with 110mm wheels but could also be used with 100mm wheels. Pairing a smaller wheel with a brake that is designed for 110mm scooter wheels can cause uneven wear on the wheel under braking, as well as putting more flex into the brake that may cause it to fail prematurely. Most pro scooters will take either 100mm or 110mm wheels as long as you have paired it with a proper brake. If a scooter comes with 100mm wheels be sure to check the dropout spacing as the 110mm wheel does have a larger diameter and may not be compatible.