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Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels

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Overview

The Bones ATF Rough Riders skateboard wheels feature an H5 hub that is chemically bonded to the interior of the wheel for a secure hold. The hub's size is now smaller to enhance the smoothness of the ride, while a widened core increases roll speed over rough terrain.

Features
Quantity
  • Set of 4 Wheels
Wheel Profile
  • Wide
Surface
  • Smooth
Formula
  • All-Terrain Formula (ATF)
Durometer
  • 80a
Details
  • Made in the USA
Wheel Profile

Wide - More traction and stability at high speed so you'll be less likely to slip out of your line.

Surface

Smooth - Smooth wheels come with a shiny coating on the riding surface that feels grippy at first, but wears away quickly.

Formula

All-Terrain Formula (ATF) - Excellent for rougher terrain so regardless of road quality, this revolutionary formula will roll you there quickly and smoothly.

Durometer

80a - Versatile wheels meant for pushing, curb-slapping, mellow hill-bombing and sliding. These wheels roll smooth and steady.

Details

Made in the USA - Poured in Santa Barbara, California.

Specs
Size56mm59mm
Diameter (mm):56.0 59.0
Width (mm):39.0 44.0
Contact Patch (mm):31.0 33.0
Suggested Riser Size (in):1/8 1/8 - 1/4
Reviews
4.7
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 57 customers
Take it easy with a smooth ride
by Jazz
Posted on 7/10/2022
Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels
Ive had a pair of these for a few years before i noticed a small hole from a pebble on one of the wheels. Im ordering a new set to replace them but let me tell you— these are amazing wheels. I used em mostly for getting around on my college campus. It was a good ride that I originally used regular hard wheels for but with all the different pavement and textures i went over, i found it pretty tasking. When i switched to a pair of atf’s it felt like the smoothest ride ever. I was able to ride over pretty much anything without trouble and it was super fun to do so. They also arent so bulky that it makes it difficult to do any tricks on which is a plus.
3 people have found this review helpful
Smooth!
by Shawn P in Utah (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/26/2022
Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels - runners white (80a)
As description says! Nice wheel, softer, wide style
0 person has found this review helpful
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by Joshua Torres in Temple, TX (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 10/22/2021
Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels - runners black (80a)
These are awesome,roll through anything
1 person has found this review helpful
These rip
by Courtney Stanbrough
Posted on 8/31/2021
Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels
I live in okc and have been rocking 103’s for a while and it was a pain to get somewhere quickly and easily with all the rough roads. These crush it in the city and make it fun to ride around again. Get them
7 people have found this review helpful
Nice wheels
by Robert Buckner in Vancouver, WA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 5/1/2021
Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels - red (80a)
Kid next door loved ‘em
2 people have found this review helpful
Great wheels for cruising
by Rasta John in Diamond Bar, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/19/2021
Bones ATF Rough Riders Cruiser Skateboard Wheels - black (80a)
Soft bouncy urethane that is perfect for rough asphalt and cracked sidewalks. Small rocks and small cracks are no match for these bad boys. Very grippy wheels with a wider riding surface.
1 person has found this review helpful
Asked by Hernando on 4/12/2020
Are these wheels easy to slide to slow down your board? I have the 59mm 80A set up on a Santa Cruz Snake Bite cruiser board. Thanks!
Answered by Jon C (Tactics Employee) on 4/13/2020
Hey! I would say that the Bones ATF wheels would be pretty similar to the Santa Cruz wheels considering they are rated at the same durometer. However, the Bones wheels do have a wide profile, so that will make it easier, after breaking them in, to slide. We hope this information helps!
2 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Gsmith on 2/12/2018
I understand that these are good for cruising but can you pop Ollie's just like any other wheel
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 2/13/2018
You can definitely ollie with these, but it's generally easier to ollie on a smaller, lighter wheel. Since these are wide, and soft, they'll be a little heavy to ollie with, and because they're tall, your tail will be higher off of the ground.
6 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by OGstatus on 7/25/2017
56mm or 59mm for a street/lightweight cruise setup...8in board with independent hollow trucks and swiss bearings...thoughts?? I want to still be able to ollie high but cruise smooth
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 7/25/2017
56mm would be your best bet if you want a light cruiser set up. Anything bigger than 56 will be hard to ollie with.
8 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Grizzly on 6/19/2017
How would the 56mm do on a rougher skatepark?
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 6/20/2017
They'll be smooth and fast, but they will not slide very well. You generally want a harder wheel for skateparks, if you're kickturning on a big ramp, and your front wheels catch grip, you'll probably end up falling.
18 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Jack on 1/11/2017
I'm trying to decide between the 56 or 59mm. I had 63mm wheels and I got bad wheel bite, so I was thinking I might need 1/8 or maybe 1/4 risers if I ended up getting the 59mm wheels. I would just be cruising and doing ollies, if that helps.
Answered by Danny M (Tactics Employee) on 1/12/2017
I would say go with the 59's if you are feeling it and pair them with the 1/4 inch risers to avoid that wheel bite.
13 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Derek on 1/7/2017
Do this wheels come with bearings
Answered by Danny M (Tactics Employee) on 1/8/2017
Bearings are sold separately.
7 people have found this answer helpful