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Written on: 26/05/2012
I bought a board with tensor trucks, 4 birdhouse bearings and 4 speed demon(weird right?) with ricta naturals for 10$ at first i was sceptical of the tiny 50mm wheels but after riding around on them for a while i soon realized that these were MUCH better than my 55mm spitfires, the trade was made and now im riding around on rictas, those things are very nice, they get up to speed like no other since they are so tiny, the only downside is that if there is a crack in the sidewalk like the seams… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2010
best wheels for street just wish they wernt so dam exspensive i would recomend these wheels to everybody… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2010
I have the 51 mm naturals, I like my wheels really hard, with anything lower than 100 a, I can't feel what I'm doing. I know a lot of people are like, "These wheels are so rough, they suck." It's a really hard wheel, but it rides very smoothly, and I'm riding down a gravelly road, they say that it's the highest performance wheel out there, they're right, the wheel feels so nice. I like that ricta's don't really have graphics, so it's a more natural wheel. The urethane is so fast, it's like… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2009
I bought a pair of Ricta Naturals off ebay for 54$ got them and within 2 months i some how managed to get 1 huge flat spot 2-3 minor flat spots, 1 hugeee chunk out of the side of my wheel :S and a little chunk on another wheel. these were 55mm's although they were the only wheels ive rode that felt smooth and were really slippery riding on so ill just buy another pair.
overall there were alright... although they should include a flat spot guarantee in all there packs well darkstar do anyway… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2009
Ricta Naturals are very very good wheels for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2009
Ricta Naturals are very good for sliding and street skating. Although, they are a very hard so when ur landing a big drop try keep ur feet away from the bolts ;) Very very good wheels for there price. 10/10… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2007 by Stoopidity (1 review written)
Long lasting, for sure. I've been riding some of these for a while now, doing tail/nose slides and blunt slides a lot, just to see if they are really as flat spot resistant as people have said. They are. Totally insane stuff. They are like little urethane containers of awesome, for sure. They ride pretty smooth, but not so smooth that you can't feel your board… Read Full Review