Tuesday, April 8, 2014


When we started making Guano Wheels Back in 2009 the idea was simple: To take old school blank wheels that were sun damaged and revive them by dying them, printing and re-branding them as Guano Wheels. By using old school wheels from the late 80's our wheels were the perfect alternative to rock-hard 101 formulas that are all the rage these days and we were able to offer classic wheel shapes that had been long forgotten.

As Guano Wheels picked up momentum we got requests from several riders for smaller sizes and harder durometers. With the best of intentions we tried to make everyone happy, which ultimately cut into the quantity of old school wheels that we offered. In the process of trying to please everyone we lost track of the original vision of what we set out to do and sacrificed the quality that can only be found in old urethane.

We are proud to announce that this year we will be getting back to our roots and concentrating on reviving a wider variety of classic old school wheels from the 80's. Fasten your seatbelts kids! We are about to take you back to golden years of quality urethane.

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