Seismic’s classic small freeride shape got a major update! We split the difference between the two original sizes and settled on 62mm. Then we expanded the urethane formula options and added stonegrinding for easy sliding from the get-go. These Cry Baby’s perform better than ever!
The 70mm Urchin evolves!
An extremely versatile wheel, the 70mm by 44mm Urchins have enough grip to hold lines at speed, but easy breakout for big slides. Now with a bigger bevel on the inside edge, stoneground running surfaces, and expanded formula options, they’re BETTER THAN EVER for hucking standups into corners, and for slashing your way down a hill, across town, or through an alley.
Available in THREE proprietary formulas, with finely-tuned durometer choices.
Defcon™: Guinness WR speed – get up to speed faster! • easy, predictable in-slide feel • extremely slow, consistent wear
Premium Clear™: the best beautiful clear urethane in the world
Elixir™: smooth, predictable slides (even on concrete) • easy release and hookup • supreme control • bright ’thane lines
Amp up any cruiser with wheels that RIP!
Small wheels – BIG SPEED
Poured in Seismic’s proprietary DEFCON – the urethane behind the World Speed Records for both Skateboard (91MPH) and Street Luge (101MPH). Get ready for a whole new realm of FAST!
Introducing the all new 54mm & 57mm OSCAR
Seismic’s new All-Terrain street wheel, in the world’s fastest ’thane. Roll faster, smoother, and more comfortably over inconsistent or rough pavement. A breakthrough Filmer wheel, too: Roll further with each push, making shots smooth as silk!
Crush cones with the 66mm Hot Spot
The 66mm x 49mm Hot Spot is a smaller, super-agile version of our 69mm and 76mm Hot Spot shapes. Molded around our advanced Mini-EC hub, it’s a light, quick, do-it-all wheel. Now poured in DEFCON, it’s fantastic for general-purpose cruising… and the fastest wheel ever for Tight / Hybrid slalom!
The classic micro-race shape 59mm RIPPLER
Designed for smaller rides like mini cruisers and locker boards, this super agile and grippy shape is now combined with DEFCON so you can roll, carve, and slash like never before!
In this first episode of the Seismic Eurotour Video Series, Seismic Team riders Rafa Garrido, Javier Tato, and Aleix Gallimo drove from Castell de Castells in Valencia (Spain) to Almabtrieb, Germany, for the first race of the 2013 Eurotour. Despite a few misadventures on the road, they managed to get to the race on time – but not without first learning a lesson in auto mechanics!
Follow the next episodes in the Seismic Eurotour Video Series on the Seismic Youtube Channel.
Warming up for the Eurotour.
Calentamiento para el Eurotour.
Municipality from the province Alicante situated at a distance of 97 km NE of it´s capital, in the mountain range of Alfaro. Elevated at 630 m of altitude. Castell de Castells is a little town, with less of 600 inhabitants and open to turism. It offers Rural houses, Camping and Parkings.
The roads are perfectly paved, and surround the mountain areas.
The distance from the coast is less than 50km, even though it raises nearly 700 meters above the sea level.
The track consists of nearly 2 km of asphalt in excelent condition of grip, and with an inclination between a 12 & 15%,
agressive forks well cambered, going into a final stretch where you will be able to reach speeds of in between 70 & 80 km/h.
Seismic riders Troy Fairbanks, Dre “Grizzly” Nubine, and Brandon Desjarlais make the pavement cry on the Cry Baby wheels, the newest members of the Seismic freeride wheel family. Available in 60x38mm (28mm contact patch) and 64x42mm (32mm contact patch), with centerset bearing placement. Both sizes available in red 84A and blue 88A.
The little Baby and the big Baby are both poured in Seismic Elixir™, the first urethane formulated exclusively for modern freeriding. Like other wheels in the Seismic freeride lineup, the Cry Babies offer smooth, predictable slides with great hookup, grip when you need it, and awesome ‘thane lines. Baby bottle and diaper change included, but only on the graphic.
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Ever complained about the snow harshing your gnar? Snow doesn’t phase Dre “Grizzly” Nubine one bit as he tears down a Colorado mountain pass at speeds in excess of 50mph — with a little help from Seismic’s top-secret new speed/freeride urethane formula. Bright white to match the weather conditions!
Mischo Erban has been pioneering longboarding since man of you were in grade school! This guy is a true racer and has shown it with countless podiums on the world circuit and even a few titles worthy of boasting. This is a flashback to his 2011 season where he won the IGSA World Championship Title in Brazil.
“Still hanging in by tooth and nail the, 2011 season was another to remember! I was becoming more tuned into my skateboard setup and confidence and perseverance paid off with the World Champion Title being seized on my most favorite track in Teutonia, Brazil!
Big Thanks to Fred Baumann, Ronin Trucks, GMR Skateboards, Dan Gesmer at Seismic, Xtreme Board Shop Glendora, Knucklenuts and Crocan for the video edit!”
Check out Seismic team riders breaking in Elixir 69mm Hot Spots, 76mm Hot Spots and 73mm Speed Vents. Our new Elixir wheels are made in a race shape performance mold and combined with our Elixir freeride formula (same urethane formula used in our slide wheels 70mm Bootlegs and 75mm Landslides).
Seismic Team Riders: Shaquille James – 73mm Speed Vents, Dre Nubine – 76mm Hot Spots, Devon Reece – 69mm Hot Spots, Brian Lugbill – 69mm Hot Spots, Troy Fairbanks – 69mm Hot Spots.
Right before their worldwide release, we asked Seismic rider Dre Nubine to put the Silverfish Hot Spots through the paces. Full story at http://www.silverfishlongboarding.com/Silverfish_Exclusive_SHS_Wheels
Seismic Flow Rider Lamin Cassama laminates the narrow woodland streets of Sweden with his Red 69mm 80a Hot Spots and Blue 70mm 84a Bootlegs. With the combination of Elixir™ freeride urethane, Tekton bearings, and style for miles, the “Laminator” offers a new level of steeze to the sport. Enjoy the free-ride!
Seismic flow rider Brian Lugbill coats the streets of Boulder, CO, with yellow 79a urethane ripped from his 75mm Landslides. From bustin’ 100ft (30m) slides to tearing 58mph (93kph) downhill, Lugbill shows just how versatile the Landslides can be. This freeriding speed demon is also rockin’ Seismic Tekton bearings and a Seismic rocker-kick topmount carbon prototype. Brand new Seismic deck line, coming soon! For more Seismic Skate videos, please check out: http://www.youtube.com/user/seismicchannel?feature=results_main
Seismic rider Dre Nubine shows deadly style on 70mm Bootlegs, 73mm Speed Vents, and Tekton bearings. Dre puts his own spin on things with a low, rubbery, effortless approach. P.S. We call him “Sweet Knees” because they’re so scabby!
Seismic Skate Systems is proud to present its 2012 Team!
Matt Rosborg (USA) rowing, sliding, and spinning on blue Bootlegs
Josh Mallin (USA) bustin’ flips on red Bootlegs
Javier Tato (Spain) speeding and sliding on 73mm Speed Vents
Shaquille James (USA) bombing hills on 76mm Hot Spots (Elixir freeride formula)
Dre Nubine (USA) 360-sliding on blue Bootlegs
Lamin Cassama (Sweden) wheelie on red Bootlegs and stair jump on 76mm Hot Spots
Brian Lugbill (USA) long heelside standie on yellow Landslides