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Wtb a good beginners wheel in Australia

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Limited budget

wanting one which works well not worried about a few scratches etc...

low price but still in good working condition! Aus $

cheers from Bec

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two ways to go about getting ur first wheel.Get a second hand cheapy ( maybe 300$) and learn to ride slowly and drop it and scratch it up.Then after a few months you will have to fork out for a good wheel with improved performance depending on what ur gonna use it for.Secondly buy a new midrange wheel (2000$+) and u should get a heap of use out of this before u upgrade.Try gumtree or ebay for the cheapy and seller in Sydney is Skater HQ.

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On 11/25/2019 at 2:29 AM, Rebecca Vendrell said:

Limited budget

wanting one which works well not worried about a few scratches etc...

low price but still in good working condition! Aus $

cheers from Bec

Hi @Rebecca Vendrell.  If you come back online at the forums, reply here and I can help you out with getting a second hand euc from one of our riders that has upgraded recently.

There is not a large market for second hand models in Australia yet, but at any given time we are aware of few euc available from our riders and one of them could fit your needs for a beginner wheel!

 

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