61mm OJ II Team Rider Speedwheels Original White 97a OJ Skateboard Wheels
Classic Urethane by OJ Wheels. 97a means they're fast and great for parks but will still roll over rough streets and cracks a bit smoother than a real hard street wheel would. Killer slide.
out of 5
Would recommend this product.Add Your Review
out of 5
Would recommend this product.
5 Total Reviews
Such a versatile wheel!!
Date: December 3, 2020
I’ve been riding these wheels on a shaped board for almost a year, and they absolutely blew it out of the park. I used to ride 58 mm 99a spitfires, (that I loved) these ones I love 10x more!! 1. They don’t slip out, EVER. 2 they crush through any terrain. And 3. They aren’t too soft and they could still slide if you want them too (easy). If you want a wheel that will last, goes fast, can go anywhere and look sick doing it, or you just wanna we like Winkowski, these wheels are definitely for you and will blow your socks off!! They, are, so good. Thanks OJ!!!🍊
Like in the Old Times
Date: April 8, 2019
These were my wheels 30 years ago... Great to have these Reissue ! Old school is Cool !!! Love to ride them on asphalt, concrete, wood... They fly on Skateparks !!! These wheels aren´t soft wheels !!! 97a slideability x Grip !!! They slide great,! I´m very happy to have them on my old school Board !
Best wheels I've ever. I'll never switch up.
Date: May 3, 2018
Between the TNT Park Burners, Hosoi Rockets, OJ II Combos and these OJ Team Riders. The OJ Team Riders are my favorite. The Team Rider is just a little slimmer than the Rockets or Combos. For some reason it seems to help lock into tricks. They NEVER get flat spots like the TNTs. That 97a-duro is perfect. Slides if you want it too but, flies through the park like a hard wheel. As long as OJ makes these wheels. I'll ride them.
Az Original Skater from the 80's
Location: Phoenix ,Arizona
Date: February 27, 2018
The first time I rode these were back in '87. On my Vision Three Face Mark Gonzales deck with Colbalt blue Ventures Trucks. I loved these wheel as much as my Vision Blackcore Protons back in the day. I had the Bullet 88's but they weren't as smooth as these. I've been longing for them to come back and here they are, REISSUED SON! Now the next generation can get the feel of great pool, ramp and street wheels. They lasted me forever, and when I got my third set, they bring disco. And by that time I was moving to ArtSchool and stopped skating in the 90's. Small freestyle wheels was the thing back then and now every wheel is pretty much 50-55mm. Finding a large wheeler again is a Blessing from the Skate Gods! Gett'em begore theyre gone.
Location: Salt Lake City
Date: December 26, 2016
These wheels are the shit if you are into big wheels that haul ass. I have been running 58's for the last little while and I picked these up when I bought one of the Dressen reissue boards. I added some risers because of the size, and stuffed em with Bronson bearings. The whole set up is super fun and it's super fast. I skate mainly cement bowls and they grip really good, they aren't super hard so they don't slide as much as some 101a's but I like that. They are really wide and have that rad old school shape. If you are looking for big wheels that will monster truck over anything- these are definitely worth trying out.