Early Scooter Wheels were composed of a plastic center and a urethane outside. However, these often snapped, causing the development of metal-core wheels that are generally used by today's riders. Newer metal-core wheels are composed of a machined aluminum core and a durable urethane outside. Almost every scooter company makes wheels, with ones from Blazer, Blunt, Eagle, MGP, and Grit being the most popular
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