nope, deezizz for laying down colored stripes when doing board slides...a cement thing...offroad will be higher risers, actual offroad hubs and tires. Offroad wheels come separate. And you know contemplation of another board for offroad is in progress, lol..............trying to figure out why tho. Never had 2 skateboards at once, much less 3.......no issues tho, lol. 🙃Shred-o-thane ..... perfect. I assume the rubber hits the road as infrequently when you are boarding as when you are biking?
Funny part is, that 16psi is for riding on pavement . For playing off-road, I've had good luck with high single digits, say 8psi. Surly's Bud and Lou tires require a minimum inflation of just 5psi. I haven't gone that low yet. As tire pressure is reduced, the ride gets smoother even as staying in the spin zone gets harder: at low pressure, any irregularity in one's spin causes the bike to bounce up and down. Significantly. The bounce is more pronounced on hard surfaces than on soft. I never knew my spin had irregularities until I got this bike. The bouncey feedback has helped me to spin more smoothly on both this ride and my other ones.16psi????
That wouldn’t even fill my blonde cheerleader x girlfriend’s head!!!!
(Of many MANY moons ago)