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4 Built 100x24 mm Roller Ski Wheels

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  1. I should have replaced wheels years ago

    Posted by Andrew on Sep 19th 2021

    I train each fall (some summers) on roller skis and did not think much about the wear on my wheels. I finally changed up and had a good experience ordering on-line from Pursuit Roller Skis. I should have replaced them long ago. I was out today and it was great to be on the new wheels (more stable, better for handling small gravel & a good ride). Thank-you.

  2. good wheels and excellent service

    Posted by mike f on Apr 16th 2021

    Communication and service have been excellent.
    The wheels are good but at this point look like they will last no more than 300 miles.
    I am a bigger person, 6'4/190lbs but, even rotating the wheels between every other ski session, the wear is obvious and dramatic.

    Reply by Pursuit Rollerskis: Thanks for the review Mike. Looks like you ordered the 2/3 speed combo. Speed 2 has the longest wheel life, with 3 being a little less. When doing a 2/3 combo, the speed 2 should be in the back since back has higher friction. Did you put the speed 3 on back by chance?

  3. Great

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 31st 2018

    Exactly what I was looking for

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Product Description

Set of 4 100x24 mm replacement skate wheels built with bearings and bearing spacers, so all you have to do is slide them onto your axle bolts. Made for 6 mm axle setups (M6 bolts). These fit other brands as well including Pro-Ski S5e, Ski Skett Shark, Swenor Skate Elite. If you have Marwe 610's you'll want our 105 mm wheels with 610 conversion spacers. If you have Marwe 620's get these 100 mm wheels with our Marwe 620 conversion spacers ($10 for all of them). If you have Fischer Carbonlites or V2 XL98's you'll want us to use a 8 mm floating bearing spacer so include a note and we'll build them using them. 

Wheel Speed Options: 

Speed 1 - Faster but far from racing fast (2 ply construction). Shorter wheel life due to protective ply construction. 
Speed 2 - Slow: Speed and resistance level comparable to average snow. Most popular speed straight up. If you are a top 20% go with our 2/3 combo, where you put the speed 2 on back and 3 on front. Very long lasting 1,200+ miles. 
Speed 3 - Ultra-slow: For strong/elite skiers looking for the most resistance. Long lasting.

Note: If you go with a 1/2 or 2/3 combo, put the speed 2 on the back as they wear best.

Note: Depending on the speed the wheels may be 5 or 6 spokes. Spokes and cores are aluminum. If you have 5 spoke wheels, periodically inspect your wheels for cracked spokes. An indicator of a cracked spoke would be a clicking sound while rollerskiing. This can happen in really rough conditions from hitting cracks and is dependent on skiers weight and remaining wheel size. We suggest replacing wheels around 95 mm diameter.

Note: If you have a rear pull brake, when you change out your wheels, ask us to include two new lock washers to use between the outside of the forks and the brake arms. 

Product Reviews

Write Review

  1. I should have replaced wheels years ago

    Posted by Andrew on Sep 19th 2021

    I train each fall (some summers) on roller skis and did not think much about the wear on my wheels. I finally changed up and had a good experience ordering on-line from Pursuit Roller Skis. I should have replaced them long ago. I was out today and it was great to be on the new wheels (more stable, better for handling small gravel & a good ride). Thank-you.

  2. good wheels and excellent service

    Posted by mike f on Apr 16th 2021

    Communication and service have been excellent.
    The wheels are good but at this point look like they will last no more than 300 miles.
    I am a bigger person, 6'4/190lbs but, even rotating the wheels between every other ski session, the wear is obvious and dramatic.

    Reply by Pursuit Rollerskis: Thanks for the review Mike. Looks like you ordered the 2/3 speed combo. Speed 2 has the longest wheel life, with 3 being a little less. When doing a 2/3 combo, the speed 2 should be in the back since back has higher friction. Did you put the speed 3 on back by chance?

  3. Great

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 31st 2018

    Exactly what I was looking for