Replacement Wheel w/ Brake Rotor for inSPORTline Discola Scooter 200 x 30 mm - Red
Replacement PU rubber wheel with a brake rotor, ball bearings, high-quality material, outstanding riding characteristics, compatible with a Discola scooter.
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Replacement Wheel w/ Brake Rotor for inSPORTline Discola Scooter 200 x 30 mm
The Replacement Wheel w/ Brake Rotor for inSPORTline Discola Scooter 200 x 30 mm is suitable for those who need to replace their original scooter wheel, which has been either damaged or worn down. With its 200 x 30 cm dimensions, the wheel is big enough and, thanks to the 608ZZ ball bearings, provides excellent riding characteristics. High-quality PU rubber sticks to the road and absorbs vibrations, ensuring a safe and comfortable ride.
The wheel comes with a 120-mm brake rotor for easy and effective braking. This replacement wheel with a brake rotor provides a perfect balance of safety, reliability and comfort. With this wheel, your inSPORTline Discola scooter will be in tip-top shape for each and every ride.
- Replacement wheel with a brake rotor
- Ideal riding characteristics
- Safe and effective braking
- High-quality, durable material
- Long lifespan
- Material: PU rubber
- Dimensions: 200 x 30 mm
- Rotor diameter: 120 mm
- Bearings: 608ZZ
- Compatible with inSPORTline Discola scooter
- Price for 1 wheel
Replacement Wheel w/ Brake Rotor for inSPORTline Discola Scooter 200 x 30 mm - Product parameters
Hard bantam wheels are suitable for riding on uneven terrain.
Inflatable rubber wheels are more suitable for adults. The front wheel is sometimes bigger than the rear one. These wheels are better for urban riding and longer more demanding trips.
PVC wheels can be found on stunt and children's scooters. They are cheaper and suitable for parks or even terrain.
Wheel size significantly differs depending on the type of kick scooter.
Wheels for children's kick scooters begin at 80 mm.
Freestyle (stunt) kick scooters have wheels between 100 - 120 mm.
Kick scooters for adults really vary in the size of their wheels. Ideal choice depends on your own preferences and experiences. Smaller wheels are easier to control. Larger wheels are more suitable for unever terrain.
The ABEC-1 through ABEC-9 scale denotes the presision of the manufacture process. The higher the number, the more precisely the bearings are made (smaller margin). Other scales are used mainly on children's skates.