River Wheel Co. Products | Pro Scooter Shop

Now that we at Pro Scooter Shop have given all of you the low down on what River Wheel Co is all about, we figured it is time to breakdown each and every single one of their wheels because they have quite a few different options, and we know things can get confusing when you are trying to build the ultimate set-up. River Wheel Co currently offers eight different varieties of scooter wheels, and all of them look, feel, and perform at a premium level. In fact, River has essentially been the talk of the town ever since their products first hit the freestyle scooter market a few years ago, and it is mostly due to the fact that they are currently producing some of the best scooter wheels in the world. This should come as no surprise to any of you, but just in case it does, here is a little breakdown of the products that River Wheel Co has to offer.

First and foremost, the River Glides and the River Rapids were the first two products to be released by River Wheel Co just a few short years ago. Ever since their initial release, the entire freestyle scooter community has been hooked on both the company and their wheels. The River Glides come in a cool blue on blue colorway and are as smooth as the are fast. They are essentially the ultimate skate park cruising wheels, while the River Rapids come in a bright orange colorway and are a little bit more durable and heavy duty, which makes them ideal for street riding. Both of these wheels are currently available at Pro Scooter Shop! The River Glides are currently available for $79.99 per pair, while the River Rapids are $43.99 per wheel!

Aside from the phenomenal River Glides and River Rapids, River Wheel Co also has an entire signature collection of products for you to consider before making your next scooter wheel purchase. The Matt Mckeen, Hep Greg, Jack Colston, and Ryan Gould signature wheels come in a whole assortment of different colorways. The Matt Mckeen signature Rapid wheel comes in a classic black urethane on silver core and is available at Pro Scooter Shop for $42.99 per wheel. The Hep Greg signature Rapid wheel comes in a beautiful mint urethane on gold core and is currently on sale at Pro Scooter Shop for $37.99 per wheel. The Jack Colston signature Rapid wheel comes in a sweet green urethane on copper core and is available at Pro Scooter Shop for $87.95 per pair. The Ryan Gould signature Glide comes in a nice tan urethane on black core and is available at Pro Scooter Shop for $43.99 per wheel! As for the rest of the River Wheel Co products, they also offer the Pearl Dagger Glides, as well as the Scooter Resource Glides, which both come in their own unique colorways, as well. Hopefully, this article was at least somewhat useful in helping you with choosing the right pair of River Wheels for you. Be sure to check out our website at www.proscootershop.com for high resolution images of all of River Wheel Co's products!

 

 

River Wheel Co. | Pro Scooter Shop

For those of you out there who may not know much about them or have never heard of them at all, River Wheel Co is a name that will want to begin to familiarize yourself with. Over the course of the last several years, River has quickly made a name for themselves by releasing an entire collection of some of the freestyle scooter market's finest freestyle scooter wheels. On top of that, the company has quickly and almost effortlessly recruited and established one of the most talented teams of scooter riders in the world. With some of the sport's biggest and best, including names like Matt Mckeen, Hep Greg, and Ryan Gould, it is easy to understand how they managed to attract so much attention so quickly. Now that they have released a full line of signature wheels to represent each and every single one of their team riders, it's safe to say that they have the scooter wheel market cornered. Since wheels are one of the most commonly replaced items on a scooter, we thought that we should educate you just a little bit on the premium quality of River Wheel Co, so the next time you purchase a pair of scooter wheels, don't forget to take River into consideration, as well. River wheels are currently available at Pro Scooter Shop in many different varieties and prices, so be sure to check them out in store or online.

Intermediate-Level Tricks | Pro Scooter Shop

In our Pro Scooter Shop "Basic Tricks" article that we posted a while ago, we broke down the fundamentals of some of the more simple scooter tricks, which laid the groundwork for learning some more advanced tricks down the road. Well... now we are here to introduce some of those more advanced, intermediate level tricks that you guys have most likely been yearning to learn how to do. However, before we get too far ahead of ourselves, it is important to keep in mind that these tricks are much more difficult than the more basic scooter tricks that you have probably attempted to learn in the past. They require both patience and practice, but if you are determined enough than you should be able to learn them all with ease.

The first intermediate-level trick that we are going to discuss is the infamous double tail whip. The double tail whip is an interesting trick because there is quite a mental block that you need to overcome before you can learn how to do it. The concept of having a rather thick piece of metal spinning rapidly under your feet multiple times can be frightening, especially when you are first attempting double tail whips. However, once you overcome that, you will quickly begin to realize that all the double tail whip really requires is a little bit harder of a kicking of the feet and an extra flick of the wrist in order to get the second tail whip around and then you will have it down. Just remember to jump high, kick hard and keep rotating those wrists until the second tail whip rotates all the way around, and then spot the deck and land the trick.

The second intermediate level trick that we are going to discuss is the 180 bar spin. Once you have mastered the art of both bar spinning and 180ing then it is time to combine those two into one fluid motion. 180 bar spins can be tricky simply because of that fact that you are spinning your entire body and changing direction completely, while still having to figure out some way to throw a bar spin in there somewhere. Multi-tasking can be difficult, especially when in mid-air, but the secret to learning how to do these guys well is not to think about the 180. Initiate your spin when you take off, but once you are in the air, it is important to direct all of your focus towards the bar spin because the rotation of the 180 will take care of itself. Once you complete your bar spin, you will land back on the ground in fakie, and from there, all that is left to do is half cab.

Hopefully these Pro Scooter Shop trick tips were at least somewhat helpful. Make sure to stay tuned right here at Pro Scooter Shop for more intermediate level trick tips and break downs, as well as, some more advanced ones too.